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GIF stain 64 N on Saturn


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A small animation to show the dark spot next to the polar hexagon of Saturn.
This spot had been identified since last year by Trevor Barry according to my colleague Almir Germano.
It was identified as 64N and was clearly visible in the IR. Currently it is practically invisible in IR and became more evident in the visible spectrum.
It would be interesting to speculate why this change, the only thing that occurs to me is a change in temperature or chemical components that constitute it.

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