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Surprising Explosion on Jupiter Captured By Amateur Astronomer | Video

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Published on Sep 11, 2012

George Hall captured a flash, likely an asteroid vaporizing in Jupiter's atmosphere, on September 10th, 2012. Scientists see the big planet as a cosmic vacuum cleaner. See Mr. Hall's astrophotography here: http://georgeastro.weebly.com/jupiter...

Comments • 134

silverapple777
jupiter farted
HaloModder555
Est ragnarok wes et habben sen daen.
fractofusus misrai
That does not fit together. Jupiter looks blurred and this Light Effect sharper. Rather, it looks like reflections. Kaleidoscope moderately. That does not happen on Jupiter.
Cam Jones
If only I could have seen something like this..I have not been lucky enough to..
-TheCrasher-
It's ionized gas in the atmosphere... (Lightning)
Ernest Jay
Alien testing their nukes !
Trinescity
:DDDD
darthcrowlp
That was an alien Bruce Willis setting of a nuke :D 
Trinescity
Lemme guess,As the asteroid fell into Jupiter's atmosphere,the asteroid was so pressurized that it heated up,but i still don't know why it blew up,lolz
John Joseph Callahan
Wow! That area is larger than the earth. 
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