Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Jupiter's SEB has gone pale

Jupiter's South Equatorial Belt, normally a brown-red, has gone as pale as the cream white zones surrounding it. Check out the report with images at the Planetary Society Blog: http://networkedblogs.com/3Jnoh. This is one of those things that happens every 5-10 years or so.


Dean W. Armstrong said...

Edward Hanes, thanks for a somewhat nice comment, but your spam link is not appropriate.

Dean W. Armstrong said...

He wrote,
"it is interesting to know the relationship of the color change to what is actually going on to this planet which belonged to the same solar system as we are...and also, i have always wanted to see earth from a distance,perhaps it changes color from time to time as well"