Clear Skies [ID: 1039]

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Submitted by : Mahalingam-07 on 2017-01-14 21:58 UT

An area become cleared from any type of clouds, between northern-ecuatorial darker belt and ecuatorial lighter-hued zone, those could unveil the surface of those giant planet.

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  1. comment by Bustamante-13 on 2019-11-09 20:20 UT

    It would be nice to photograph this area and see if there really are clear skies on Jupiter. If there are that would be groundbreaking and could provide a lot of information about the unseen of Jupiter.

  2. comment by Pezinok-31 on 2018-05-14 04:31 UT

    Seems like a great spot to see different layers like Burian mentions!

  3. comment by Laird-69 on 2018-02-18 23:09 UT

    Too bad we can't zoom in to get a better peak at what's below the clouds. What a great picture!