The Jovian Blizzard [ID: 1259]

Coordinates : 17.118° latitude , 345.888° longitude
Submitted by : Iapetus on 2017-10-25 10:24 UT

This storm seems to be rather large compared to the other white ones, possibly a quater of the size of The Great Red Spot. (Of course, it isn't actually a blizzard). I think it would look intresting as it is right next to the blue region of the pole, it would be a nice contrast.

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  1. comment by Rubbia-47 on 2019-05-12 22:00 UT

    I would be interested to see what this specific area includes as well. It does seem interesting the concentrated white in this area.

  2. comment by Mourao-46 on 2018-11-05 06:08 UT

    It would be interesting to see images of this region. Jupiter is filled with a lot of unique features. The Jovian Blizzard seems captivating and I hope to see more!

  3. comment by Kaguya-13 on 2018-11-05 02:23 UT

    It would be interesting to learn more about how storms form and dissipate on Jupiter. This looks like a great place to check out so we can learn more about large scale "blizzards".