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This can also explain the severe depletion of neon see Tablean element that easily dissolves in helium droplets and would be transported in them towards the core as well.
The water cannot come from the troposphere because the cold tropopause acts like a cold trap, effectively preventing water from rising to the stratosphere see Vertical structure above.
As of Julythe accepted value for the deuterium abundance is 2. There are two types of bands: Ammonia concentration is higher in zones, which leads to the appearance of denser clouds of ammonia ice at higher altitudes, which in turn leads to their lighter color. The eastward prograde jets are found at the transition from zones to belts going away from the equatorwhereas westward retrograde jets mark the transition from belts to zones.
Therefore, wind shear in belts is cyclonicwhile in zones it is anticyclonic. The prograde jets are generally more powerful than the retrograde jets.
The simplest interpretation is that zones are sites of atmospheric upwellingwhereas belts are manifestations of downwelling. In belts, however, the air descends, warming adiabatically as in a convergence zone on Earth, and white ammonia clouds evaporate, revealing lower, darker clouds.
The location and width of bands, speed and location of jets on Jupiter are remarkably stable, having changed only slightly between and These variations were first observed in the early seventeenth century. Lighter zones are indicated to the right, darker belts to the left. The belts and zones that divide Jupiter's atmosphere each have their own names and unique characteristics.
These bluish-gray regions are usually featureless. Disturbances tend to be minor and short-lived. Other minor belts and zones in the region are occasionally observed.
The NTropZ is generally stable in coloration, changing in tint only in tandem with activity on the NTB's southern jet stream.
As the name suggests, these are northern equivalents of the Great Red Spot. Unlike the GRS, they tend to occur in pairs and are always short-lived, lasting a year on average; one was present during the Pioneer 10 encounter.
It is characterized by anticyclonic white ovals and cyclonic "barges" also known as "brown ovals"with the former usually forming farther north than the latter; as in the NTropZ, most of these features are relatively short-lived.
The timescale of these changes is about 25 years. The large grayish-blue irregular "hot spots" at the northern edge of the white Equatorial Zone change over the course of time as they march eastward across the planet. Strings of small storms rotate around northern-hemisphere ovals. Small, very bright features, possible lightning storms, appear quickly and randomly in turbulent regions.
The smallest features visible at the equator are about kilometers across. This frame animation spans 24 Jovian days, or about 10 Earth days.
The passage of time is accelerated by a factor ofThe occasional black spots in the image are shadows cast by moons. The Equatorial Region EZ is one of the most stable regions of the planet, in latitude and in activity. The northern edge of the EZ hosts spectacular plumes that trail southwest from the NEB, which are bounded by dark, warm in infrared features known as festoons hot spots.
The EZ varies considerably in coloration, from pale to an ochreor even coppery hue; it is occasionally divided by an Equatorial Band EB. It is by far the most active region the planet, as it is home to its strongest retrograde jet stream.
A period of weeks or months following the belt's disappearance, a white spot forms and erupts dark brownish material which is stretched into a new belt by Jupiter's winds.
The belt most recently disappeared in May Like the NTropZ, the STropZ is one of the most prominent zones on the planet; not only does it contain the GRS, but it is occasionally rent by a South Tropical Disturbance STropDa division of the zone that can be very long-lived; the most famous one lasted from to Our Changing Atmosphere The atmosphere of the early Earth would have been unable to support life, due to its lack of oxygen.
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