Dark Spots

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Climate Of Uranus - Banded Structure, Winds and Clouds - Uranus Dark Spot
... The dark spots common on Neptune had never been observed on Uranus before 2006, when the first such feature was imaged ... Hubble Space Telescope and Keck Telescope revealed a small dark spot in the northern (winter) hemisphere of Uranus ... The feature called Uranus Dark Spot (UDS) moved in the prograde direction relative to the planet with an average speed of 43.1 ± 0.1 m/s, which is almost ...
Cattleya Aclandiae
... or near-white with purple blotches and spots ... The lip has a dark purple blotch and the anther cap is yellow ... The 'Rubra' varieties exhibit intensely deep rose lips with very large dark spots on petals and sepals, these spots often coalescing to appear almost solid deep ...
Leopard Complex - Patterns
... Spots general term that refers to a horse which has white or dark spots over all or a portion of its body ... Blanket with spots a white blanket which has dark spots within the white ... The spots are usually the same color as the horse's base color ...
Neptune - Climate - Storms
... In 1989, the Great Dark Spot, an anti-cyclonic storm system spanning 13000×6600 km, was discovered by NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft ... The storm resembled the Great Red Spot of Jupiter ... on 2 November 1994, the Hubble Space Telescope did not see the Great Dark Spot on the planet ...
Cupha Erymanthis - Description
... Fore wing some loop-like, slender, dark cellular markings a broad, somewhat curved, transverse yellow discal band from costa to vein 1, not reaching ... slender somewhat lunular line, a transverse discal series of five black spots in interspaces 2 to 6, a postdiscal medially disjointed series or broad black lunules ... outer subbasal transverse line broadens at the costa, and is outwardly margined by pale spots in the interspaces, these are anteriorly white, well defined, posteriorly obscure, often ...

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