Gas irregulartiy [ID: 839]

Coordinates : 17.586° latitude , 124.92° longitude
Submitted by : Charpentier-74 on 2016-07-12 13:26 UT

Well you can tell from the provided image that a cloud ring is 'smudged' here. Would be amazing to see in further detail.

map : 2016-07-01 UT
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map : 2017-01-04 UT
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  1. comment by Hess-61 on 2017-11-05 20:47 UT

    This cloud ring looks very complex, would like to see in greater detail to see the layers more clearly.

  2. comment by Katheynix-73 on 2017-05-09 01:15 UT

    Its seems that this picture has a lot of information being that three to four layers are noticeable its really beautiful.

  3. comment by Fruits-49 on 2017-05-05 07:53 UT

    From the pictures, one can see that there is a lot of changes over there and in addition my gut tells me it will be a beautiful picture.

  4. comment by Digerhuvud-33 on 2017-05-04 05:37 UT

    This cloud ring looks complex at this point. Would like to know what happens at the boundaries of the rings.

  5. comment by Philosophia-47 on 2017-05-03 19:56 UT

    The North Equatorial Belt is still massively disturbed, and JunoCam can view an unusual pale sector at PJ6. This sector seems to be an example of a general process, where large-scale disturbance has evolved to small-scale turbulence, so it would be a worthwhile target for of JunoCam’s high resolution. The image will also give a wider-field view of any NEBs ‘hot spot’.