A feeling of good luck [ID: 899]

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Submitted by : Hiltner-07 on 2016-07-14 10:27 UT

I think there is something interesting behind that set of gas clouds

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  1. comment by Keet Seel-80 on 2020-06-06 05:07 UT

    What could be behind those clouds that is so lucky?

  2. comment by Drewpinsky-64 on 2020-05-29 00:59 UT

    Is there a reason why it was named this way? Is there a general belief that there is something really interesting here?

  3. comment by Ludolfschultz-48 on 2016-08-04 17:42 UT

    What's the best area for collecting data on Jupiters core ?

    • comment by Godefroy-39 on 2016-07-30 14:18 UT

      What seems inconspicuous ... perhaps even innocuous (relative to the rest of Jupiter tumultuous atmosphere) ... and where noone else chooses to look, makes a great place to ponder, and in the future scrutinize a bit closer. At the age of eight, I remember helping my father's grad students search for insects and snakes out west by lifting up flat rocks along the mountain riverbeds. Some of the most unassuming rocks often hid the most amazing trove of varied and fascinating lifeforms ... not that I'm saying there's life racing around in those furious clouds of Jupiter but I do agree, I too "think there is something interesting behind that set of gas clouds.

      • comment by Neronet-68 on 2020-08-09 17:05 UT

        I appreciate the idea of looking where other people are not. It seems like a good strategy to find something interesting or at least different.