String of pearl [ID: 20]

Coordinates : -37.494° latitude , 228.888° longitude
Submitted by : Granada-30 on 2015-12-20 02:07 UT

This is the string of white dots across on the bottom of the picture

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  1. comment by Mgremillion on 2020-11-15 20:48 UT

    I think this could be an something important to look at, because if it another storm forming? Does it have large amounts of ammonium or water ice within it? Can in influence the magnetic fields of Jupiter?

  2. comment by Budejicky-07 on 2020-11-09 02:58 UT

    These spots could be interesting to checkout, maybe theirs metrological activity we haven't observed before?

  3. comment by Mattei-27 on 2019-11-11 04:10 UT

    That is interesting could it be some type of wind storm.

  4. comment by Jamie on 2018-11-04 19:34 UT

    Consistent white dots that appear to be uniform, must be from something.

  5. comment by Dalleave-21 on 2018-05-12 23:08 UT

    These white spots seem very uniform and consistent, I am curious to potentially assess there origin.

  6. comment by Mortenitis on 2017-05-18 03:28 UT

    These little spots appear to be somewhat consistent along the bottom side of Jupiter. I'd love to find out what they are and what's causing them.

  7. comment by Natspasoc-07 on 2016-11-29 22:50 UT

    I'm wondering what these are, so I hope this gets selected.

  8. comment by Juno-10 on 2016-07-06 21:21 UT

    I'd like to know what formed the string. Chemicals, properties, why they're seemingly consistent with each other?

  9. comment by Sparks-11 on 2016-07-06 01:45 UT

    I would like to know what is keeping this string in a fairly consistent and even spacing considering the turbulent nature of Jupiter's atmosphere

  10. comment by Delloro-77 on 2016-03-06 20:32 UT

    Are they Mini swirling storms? Or giant peaks causing static cloud formations perhaps?