Detail View: NASA Planetary Photo Journal Collection: Jupiter - Region from the Great Red Spot to the South Pole

Title: 
Jupiter - Region from the Great Red Spot to the South Pole
Original Caption Released with Image: 
This picture shows a region of the southern hemisphere extending from the Great Red Spot to the south pole. The white oval is seen beneath the Great Red Spot, and several small scale spots are visible farther to the south. Some of these organized cloud spots have similar morphologies, such as anticyclonic rotations and cyclonic regions to their west. The presence of the white oval causes the streamlines of the flow to bunch up between it and the Great Red Spot.
Addition Date: 
1996-11-13
Produced By: 
JPL
Mission: 
Voyager
Spacecraft: 
Voyager 2
Target Name: 
Jupiter
Is a satellite of: 
Sol (our sun)
Instrument: 
Imaging Science Subsystem - Narrow Angle
Product Size: 
790 samples x 900 lines
Primary Data Set: 
Voyager EDRs
Producer ID: 
P21737
facet_what: 
Imaging Science Subsystem (ISS)
facet_where: 
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
Image #: 
PIA00372
UID: 
SPD-PHOTJ-PIA00372
original url: 
http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA00372