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Sept 11, 2012: Jupiter Impacted by a Fireball. Sept 11. THEY WANT MORE OBSERVATIONS.

 
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Damn. Where is GLP scope?
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Oh my gosh! Did they say where? I have relatives there!
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That was a big flash in relation to the size of Jupiter. I wonder how big the object was that caused that fireball.
 Quoting: Éireann


bet it would destroy a good portion on Earth if it hit us..wonder where object came from and hopefully nothing like that coming here!
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That is one of the great things about Jupiter being where it is and being the size it is.

It's gravitational pull helps to bring in incoming space objects which might otherwise hit us :) How cool is that? Everything has its place and every place has its thing. Simply mind blowing!
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So wait, space has 'fireballs' hurdling around?? confused
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watching the "run up" to the elections and the "hopes and dreams" that are built as a result is like watching a dead mouse that is still able to make his exercise wheel go around because his nerves are still twitching that familiar motion...
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So wait, space has 'fireballs' hurdling around?? :confused:
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I just envisioned fireballs in a hurdle race! 1rof1
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So wait, space has 'fireballs' hurdling around?? confused
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Good point, that is what I was thinking. A fireball that we apparently did not see until it hit Jupiter. What happened to all the people, I keep hearing about, that watch the sky and would see ANYTHING coming towards our system? Lol. Well, I guess we don't see everything heading this way do we. (rhetorical question) Lol
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the watchers: Jupiter hit by a fireball?
[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]
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Viewing Alert: Jupiter May Have Been Impacted by a Fireball

by Nancy Atkinson on September 11, 2012

astronomer Heidi Hammel reports there has been a visual sighting of an apparent fireball on Jupiter earlier today (about 10 hours ago, as of this posting) so the impact site should be visible again over the next few hours. According to amateur astronomers discussing this on G+, the impact area on Jupiter won’t be visible again until about 05:00 UTC, (01:00 EDT).

The amateur who observed the flash was Dan Petersen, who made the observation at approximately 11:35 UTC on September 10. Petersen reported it to Richard Schmude of the Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers (ALPO).

Hammel says the report sounds realistic, but obviously it needs confirmation if possible: a) by looking for any ‘impact scar’ tonight or over the next few days; b) by searching any webcam video that any observers might have been recording at the time. From the time and position given, the flash was on the North Equatorial Belt at approximately L1=335, L2=219, L3=257. “Let’s hope someone has a record of it!” Hammel says.

Read more: [link to www.universetoday.com]




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Thank you so much OP!
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A fart from Uranus?
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Good job "OP".

No doom but very interesting.
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i personally don't care
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Damn. Where is GLP scope?
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Spaceweather.com had a 1.1 km meteor from Jupiter's orbit scheduled to pass by earth on the 14th. Maybe it got sucked into Jupiter's gravity.

[link to www.spaceweather.com]

Edit, I see spaceweather has the explosion covered, they don't seem to verify my little theory, oh well
 Quoting: Isis One


This was my thought too.

Spaceweather talks about a double asteroid flyby by the Earth-Moon system.

DOUBLE ASTEROID FLYBY: A pair of big, near-Earth asteroids will fly by the Earth-Moon system on Sept. 14th. 2012 QG42 is a 300 meter space rock that comes from the vicinity of Mars; it will pass 2.8 million km (7.4 LD) from Earth. 2012 QC8 is even bigger, about 1.1 km in diameter, hailing from the orbit of Jupiter; it will pass about 8.7 million km (22.7 LD) from Earth

Nice catch OP
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Jupiter and Saturn are the "asteroid catchers" in our solar system, they protect earth, so it's a cool story but nothing special and absolutely not a bad thing!
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bsflag
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I h8 these shrills who cant even look to see if article genuine.

Nice fine OP 5 stars and pin suggest.
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...and so it begins
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RUN scream

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Cheney and Rumsfeld conducting a remote atmospheric nuclear test.
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let's hope so

then they'll be next up in line for same
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Link don't work any more, here is other links ..

Jupiter eat similar "rocks" very often, it is for him snack ..

[link to georgeastro.weebly.com]

[link to cosmiclog.nbcnews.com]

[link to astrobob.areavoices.com]

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Solar system is getting pummeled with space rocks and debris right now, and nobody seems to be talking about it.

And with NEO's classified, well...that's just swell
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23543378


I stepped outside last night and happened to see a pure white streak with a wide tail/trail extending behind it like a meteorite streak past right over my head going from east to west.

the front of the object was a different color than the pure white tail that followed, it was blackish with some color followed by the white.

the streak it left behind it was much wider than a shooting star would make, it was cooking.

it's all but on outside after dark these daze. check it out. between the meandering orbs and the intermittent ships it's all but busy out there.
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Jupiter and Saturn are the "asteroid catchers" in our solar system, they protect earth, so it's a cool story but nothing special and absolutely not a bad thing!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1108496




everything that happens from here on in is "special"

pay attention, it's absolutely not a bad thing to bother.

; )
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Damn. Where is GLP scope?
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Hit by a fireball?
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A fart from Uranus?
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So what? It happens all the time.

Jupiters gravity pulls in a vast amount of the asteroids that otherwise might make it further into the solar system and become a danger to the Earth.
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Quick everyone look towards Jupiter... Distraction???
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i personally don't care
 Quoting: aquamah


Oh no's really?

Because myself and everyone else was all wondering "what doe's aquamah think about all this!"
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What are Jupiter Police Department saying of this ? ...
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Damn. Where is GLP scope?
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GLP scope more than capable of taking images of the flash on Jupiter.

Coverup underway.
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