Vaporem Fumi [ID: 84]

Coordinates : -1.638° latitude , 259.704° longitude
Submitted by : Czerny-34 on 2016-02-08 05:28 UT

This POI is fascinating. Artistically, it looks like smoky mist of floating vapors, or a lattice design. As part of a long

band across Jupiter, this long rectangular section (Vaporem Fumi) behaves totally different than what it's part of, including above and below. I believe Juno should take a closer look at this section of Jupiter.

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  1. comment by bharatkuiper on 2017-03-29 16:36 UT

    I think this area could be full of ammonia clouds.

  2. comment by cletus_johannes on 2016-11-28 21:35 UT

    So kind of you to open this discussion! I am learning a lot just by going through POIs, I cannot wait to see which ones get prioritized.

  3. comment by Heracles-41 on 2016-02-21 22:55 UT

    The fact that Vaporem Fumi behaves differently than the regions above and below it is certainly intriguing and should be looked at more carefully. I think this is a strong candidate for taking a closer look with JunoCam.