Patet Caelum [ID: 83]

Coordinates : -0.702° latitude , 244.692° longitude
Submitted by : Czerny-34 on 2016-02-07 00:08 UT

This POI is situated in an area surrounded by swirling white clouds. This large patch of light blue appears to

be an opening window that can possibly give Juno an opportunity to view deeper into Jupiter's interior. Perhaps

very close to its surface. What do you think? (Please don't laugh at my suggestion. thanks)

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  1. comment by HeideMarie on 2017-01-22 00:38 UT

    I am sure: This point will be very precious as a valuable "source".

  2. comment by Heracles-41 on 2016-02-21 22:48 UT

    I don't believe the large patch of light blue is an opening to the interior of Jupiter. My understanding is that the white features, referred to as hot spots, are low pressure zones which allow looking into the interior of the planet, which is, of course, relatively hot. What the blue patch is, is therefore of interest, because it does not fall into the category of hot spot. I believe it is therefore worth targeting.