north pole [ID: 1139]

Coordinates : 57.6° latitude , 301.068° longitude
Submitted by : Kiyohira-60 on 2017-01-27 13:21 UT

The massive auroras are at Jupiter's pole and a powerful magnetic field starts threre

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  1. comment by Amati-56 on 2017-11-08 15:24 UT

    Auroras activities are such a beautiful and fascinating phenomenon on Earth, so surely exploring these event on Jupiter with a stronger magnetic activity is more than requested. Maybe it will tell us something new about our planet as well. Further, I think that it is worthwhile to explore regions that are less examined and reachable in contrast to equatorial plane.

  2. comment by Peshekhonov-44 on 2017-11-06 05:27 UT

    I also vote to photograph the poles, it seems they have a lot to tell considering they have so much activity.

  3. comment by Haemhouts-99 on 2017-11-06 04:41 UT

    If the poles are the part of the planet that contains the most activity and has been photographed the least, I vote to capture the poles.