JPL Blog: All Eyes on Jupiter

Jupiter This image shows a large impact on Jupiter's south polar region captured on July 20, 2009, by NASA's Infrared Telescope Facility in Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Image credit: NASA/JPL/Infrared Telescope Facility
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July 22, 2009

JPL scientist Leigh Fletcher describes a rare chance to observe the resulting debris from a space rock that slammed into Jupiter earlier this week.

To read the full post and add a comment, go to http://blogs.jpl.nasa.gov/?p=49 .



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