Jupiter Impact Video

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Here is a 4 sec. clip of an impact on Jupiter I recorded on 10 Sept. 2012.

mehdibouaziz2000, Kimika Ying, and 1 other people added this video to their favorites.

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  1. zoriamil 32 months ago | reply

    wao impactante, Felicidades por capturar tal imagen

  2. Thu Kha1 32 months ago | reply

    What is mean that?

  3. Calming Influence 32 months ago | reply

    That is absolutely amazing! Were you monitoring while it happened, or did you spot it later while reviewing the video?

  4. franjan44 31 months ago | reply

    Wow thats amazine

  5. B Love2 31 months ago | reply

    just another sign of the end of times soon upon us

  6. Fabrizio Biasotti 31 months ago | reply

    Incredible !!!!!!!!!!!!1

  7. 2012Lover 31 months ago | reply

    That' s a great shot, if only there was a zoom lens that could project exactly what it was that impacted that planet.

  8. tigrić 31 months ago | reply


  9. tony.hawkins 31 months ago | reply

    It doesn't look like a Jupiter impact to me. Too quick. Compared with Shoemaker-Levy. No mark on surface suggests event nearer, even a bug near the camera catching light. Or another piece of human creativity.
    If a Jupiter event then a closer look by Earth's best instruments would be warranted. Is there any proposal to do this?


  10. Jason_Combs 31 months ago | reply

    This was all over the news, so it is real. The image quality wouldn't catch a spot as you can barely make out major cloud rings.

  11. bonzelite 31 months ago | reply

    That was probably lighting and not an impact event. It doesn't resemble the behavior of Shoemaker/Levy.

  12. bonzelite 31 months ago | reply

    And it was about the size of the Earth. Check this site to compare the sizes of Earth and Jupiter:

  13. Calvinator's Photos 30 months ago | reply

    Seems more like a monster-sized storm. No 'scar' visible as was the case with the Comet S-L fragments.

  14. inanna4 30 months ago | reply

    fichtre !!! ca me fait penser "aux mangeurs d'étoiles" de Romain Gary et on a de la chance!!!! d'habiter ce caillou!!! hibou, chou, genou !!!

  15. Peter Ribbeck 30 months ago | reply

    The sponge. it takes it so earth doesn't
    ( you google flickr and this is top of the list)

  16. Zorn12 30 months ago | reply

    Awesome! You rock!

  17. moonshrew2012 [deleted] 28 months ago | reply

    omg, that is an amazing catch and fantastic photography, very jealous and very impressed.
    well done.
    what equipment did you use?

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