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Jupiter cloud band disappears, Goldman Sachs backpedals

May 24, 2010

Recent photographs of Jupiter have revealed that the gas giant’s South Equatorial Belt (SEB), a distinctive ring of clouds in Jupiter’s southern hemisphere, has disappeared. Astronomers and planetary scientists are not sure what could have caused the cloud belt to dissipate.

With the disappearance of the clouds, financial giant Goldman Sachs may need to do some backpedaling. The Wall Street banking and investment firm recently rolled out a corporate image campaign based on Jupiter’s unchanging appearance.

The campaign’s tag line reads: “Like Jupiter’s unchanging clouds, Goldman Sachs is big on dependability.”

An anonymous source from Goldman Sachs’ public relations firm — Methane, Fata, Morgana — concedes the campaign may need “tweaking.” He stressed, however, that the company is rock solid. “It’s not like Goldman Sachs is just going to dissolve in insolvency and disappear. I mean c’mon, that sort of thing just doesn’t happen”

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