Oval BA [ID: 94]

Coordinates : -31.734° latitude , 260.712° 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 Volfango-64 on 2018-05-15 01:00 UT

    I wonder if these spots on Jupiter are decaying/growing versions of storms that could eventually become(or at one point was) something like the Great Red Spot.

  2. comment by Jen on 2018-05-14 06:48 UT

    I'm very curious about the spots. This looks like an interesting area.

  3. comment by Alisa on 2018-02-17 07:56 UT

    The spots of Jupiter are so interesting and have such a variety of colors. I hope we can understand these spots and continue to learn about them.