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I agree that the southern band disappearing is interesting, but it's far from revolutionary and I do not understand how it has anything to do with Wormwood or Nibru. Did you guys even read the end of the article where it stated that in 1973 the band was absent?
"The SEB fades at irregular intervals, most recently in 1973-75, 1989-90, 1993, 2007, 2010," says John Rogers, director of the British Astronomical Association's Jupiter Section. "The 2007 fading was terminated rather early, but in the other years the SEB was almost absent, as at present."
The return of the SEB can be dramatic.
"We can look forward to a spectacular outburst of storms and vortices when the 'SEB Revival' begins," says Rogers. "It always begins at a single point, and a disturbance spreads out rapidly around the planet from there, often becoming spectacular even for amateurs eyeballing the planet through medium-sized telescopes. However we can't predict when or where it will start. On historical precedent it could be any time in the next 2 years. We hope it will be in the next few months so that everyone can get a good view.
"I'll be watching every chance I get," says Wesley. "The revival will likely be sudden and dramatic, with planet-circling groups of storms appearing over the space of just a week or so."
Originally posted by JohnySeagull
This is getting interesting.
There has been an impact on Jupiter. It has been captured on video by the same guy that highlighted the missing stripe. (Anthony Wesley)
I may be wrong but it does look like the impact occurred where the stripe dissappeared.
Details are on this site