Carl Sagan's Jawbreaker [ID: 942]

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Submitted by : Pratchett-34 on 2016-07-22 14:20 UT

It is all white. I don't see blue or any other color in this area.

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  1. comment by Chee-44 on 2020-08-09 17:01 UT

    Wow, the clarity in the differentiation between the white bands and the red spot is spectacular!

  2. comment by DeLaeter-47 on 2020-05-29 00:02 UT

    Compared to the rest of the planet, this white band appears less turbulent. I wonder if this could be a zone that a spacecraft could enter when we can navigate through its radiation field.

  3. comment by Walford-29 on 2017-11-06 02:25 UT

    I like the contrast that this spot has with the rest of the planet. Most of it is detailed and fairly eccentric but this part is plain, white with not much detail. Also the name is amazing!