Bright Pink Patch below the North Equatorial Belt [ID: 92]

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Submitted by : Astronautica-24 on 2016-02-20 11:46 UT

It is a bright spot that is between the North Equatorial Belt and the Equatorial Zone and has dark blue patches to the right and left. This region might be an active spot in the atmosphere of Jupiter.

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  1. comment by Ethanroth-80 on 2019-05-14 05:42 UT

    I, too, would be curious to look further into this region. It seems morphologically similar to other locations known to be active.

  2. comment by Dolomiten-48 on 2019-05-11 04:02 UT

    I would be very interested to look into the dark brown band in the northern half of Jupiter. I am curious what makes it so much darker than the rest of the planet.

  3. comment by Manu321 on 2016-11-30 07:13 UT

    Composition of the clouds ,speed of storms , formation of clouds,reason for their presence are some areas of interest which will provide insights