Collision of colours [ID: 1100]

Coordinates : 7.362° latitude , 316.152° longitude
Submitted by : NielsValentin on 2017-01-22 06:13 UT

Jupiter is somewhat low contrasted in colours most of the surface. Would be interesting to see the change in colours to better get a feeling of the movement or even difference in altitude of gasses.

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  1. comment by Laetitia-FR on 2017-06-07 07:33 UT

    I'm interesting in this spot. Many colors are here, many contrasts. What about the climat ? I think we could learn things about Jupiter with it. Thanks.

  2. comment by Grotius-13 on 2017-05-11 20:51 UT

    The spot in this area seems to be in a dark turquoise color compared to its surrounding. It could possible mean that there is evidence of different particle compositions in the atmosphere that might be causing the clouds to turn its color.1

  3. comment by Gilclark-85 on 2017-05-09 10:45 UT

    I am curious to know where the blue tone in Jupiter's gaseous body come from and I am interested in taking a closer look to see if there are any other colors involved.