Oval BA [ID: 94]

Coordinates : -30.6° latitude , 79.236° longitude
Submitted by : Cole-62 on 2016-02-25 03:10 UT

I think there should be an effort to try to understand what really makes a spot turn red. Is it really a queston of higher wind speed from the deep bringing some matterial from down there?

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  1. comment by Innes-07 on 2020-05-26 20:47 UT

    It would be very interesting to explore and take pictures of more of these types of spots.

  2. comment by Porvoo-13 on 2019-11-11 04:43 UT

    I think it would be interesting to explore anomalies like this in the cloud top and what determines their color, size, location, and shape.

  3. comment by Rubbia-47 on 2019-05-12 22:03 UT

    Also interested in what the would create a circular spot in this area, especially if it has changed color.