White Spots [ID: 70]

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Submitted by : Sputnik-56 on 2016-01-05 02:49 UT

There are many white spots in brown stripes across Jupiter, but these pale white points are close together (maybe a potential collision). Plus, these spots are near of North Pole, interesting to investigate how the storms behave at the poles.

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  1. comment by Sputnik-56 on 2016-09-04 03:18 UT

    Sadly, if you see the Time-line of photos, this "Potencial Collision" was a true collision and, actually, the spots (storms) vanished. =(

  2. comment by Cassatt-57 on 2016-03-17 19:00 UT

    well the atmosphere of Jupiter is very dynamic, it is a high complex fluid system, computational simulation must be created after gathering more data from Juno