Band Transition [ID: 171]

Coordinates : 13.392° latitude , 278.028° longitude
Submitted by : Berkeley-84 on 2016-06-18 22:21 UT

See the difference in the bands

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  1. comment by Pierre-35 on 2019-06-14 22:59 UT

    Getting images of this spot would be interesting because the bands look so strong from our view, I am curious to see if closer to the planet it is more of a transition or it is as harsh as it looks in these pictures.

  2. comment by Altamira-46 on 2017-02-01 19:45 UT

    I hope if it is possible to track a kind of a gap between the borders. Gap of velocity, the boundary between the storms...?

  3. comment by Fanny-17 on 2017-01-22 18:52 UT

    Artistically, this location has the potential to display multiple colors in dynamic interaction along their edges. It may make for a very dramatic image of the storms.