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Something Huge Hit Jupiter Today

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Saltman's ass

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Jupiter just saved us from the mayan prophecy.

Classic jupes.

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Nibiru is no more.

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Slooh is running a live cam in the Canary Islands to check for if the impact left a scar of the sorts. http://events.slooh.com/

Really cool an Amateur Astronomer got the footage, and on an LX200 12"! Must have been a massive collision.

Anyone else an AA? I have a Meade LX800 that I used to run lapses on Saturn and The Orion Nebula through my laptop on crystal clear winter nights. Light pollution from downtown has made that less exciting, but I will go up to the mountains once every couple months and do that now.

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The Comet Empire.....

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Also, interested to find out what mods/filters/eyepieces he used to capture it.

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My condolences to all the Jupitereans who have suffered from the disaster.

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Slooh is running a live cam in the Canary Islands to check for if the impact left a scar of the sorts. http://events.slooh.com/

Really cool an Amateur Astronomer got the footage, and on an LX200 12"! Must have been a massive collision.

Anyone else an AA? I have a Meade LX800 that I used to run lapses on Saturn and The Orion Nebula through my laptop on crystal clear winter nights. Light pollution from downtown has made that less exciting, but I will go up to the mountains once every couple months and do that now.

Got a cousin in Charlotte who, not sure if he still is, was the main dude for Meck County Astronomers. Dude travels the world just for eclipses and showers etc.

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My condolences to all the Jupitereans who have suffered from the disaster.

Why? The NFL will just rig it so they win the Super Bowl in a couple of years....

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we can only hope it ignites to become a second sun and scours the Earth of humanity before we do something worse ourselves...

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