ricks portal [ID: 1252]

Coordinates : 6.444° latitude , 301.392° longitude
Submitted by : Sichuan-59 on 2017-08-24 02:09 UT

wuba luba dub dub, this is a dark hole that might be the portal of one Rick Sanchez.

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  1. comment by Cortland-82 on 2018-02-18 22:25 UT

    It looks so interesting. Maybe something is occurring, like a storm. I would love to see a detailed photograph.

  2. comment by sissysuesio on 2018-02-17 20:23 UT

    This area looks so interesting, like there are a lot of different gases! Might be a storm? I'd like to see it photographed!

  3. comment by unlikelyunicorn on 2018-02-14 08:36 UT

    What a humorous take on our "portal" here! My eyes were immediately drawn to this dark red spot. My theory is that it is another storm, but lets look closer and see! The composition of gasses in this area must be very unique.

  4. comment by Kokubo-07 on 2017-11-06 07:31 UT

    I think that I can safely agree with everyone in this section as this spot it of interest and importance. I would certainly like to understand how exactly this type of "portal" looking spot comes to fruition

  5. comment by The-72 on 2017-11-06 04:34 UT

    Sichuan-59, I love your reasoning behind this spot and I hope your theory is proven some day! Additionally, I would be interested to see more on what gasses cause this effect in Jupiter's atmosphere.

  6. comment by pierceni on 2017-11-06 03:19 UT

    Yes, I completely agree that it is the utmost importance to find out if this is truly a portal for Rick Sanchez. Also a dark spot has indications of a high concentration of specific type of element, pressure or something different that is worth investigating.