The more you know, the more you know anything can happen. Especially in planetary and solar system formation. Buckminster Fuller called gravity “love”. This would mean these worlds were in an embrace to last millions of years or longer. This scene is in the high orbit of a moon of a decidedly green colored gas giant. Studying currents and interactions of Jovial atmospheres visually is like looking at marbled paper art, but with wicked physics, gasses and energies unimagined on Earth. I could imagine a Jovian with gasses, temperatures, and conditions where greens instead of Hydrogen reds Ammonia and Methane show most prominently. A green Jovian is likely colder and has more water and ice. Maybe even mass colonies of extremophile lifeforms living in the atmosphere, with biomasses giving a green and blue color. Life there being like a floating flying fungus that maybe lives on the radiation fields of the planet or unimpeded light from its star. My imagination is infinitely less than the possibilities.
Acrylic on Illustration Board Circa 1984