A huge fireball has been spotted on Jupiter in yet
The new Jupiter crash occurred on June 3 at 20:31 UT (4:31
Wesley's photos show the Jupiter fireball blazing in the atmosphere of the gas giant planet. So far, no visible scar in the clouds has
Wesley described the event as a "large fireball" on his website, where he posted the photos taken from Broken Hill, Australia.
This new impact on Jupiter comes less than a year after a
It was Wesley, too, who first spotted the July 2009
Astronomers initially suspected a comet in last year's
And Jupiter has been smacked before.
In 1994, the comet