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Something Enormous Just Slammed Into Jupiter

Interesting Engineering
Interesting Engineering
 2021-09-22
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Some planets take a lot of hits for us. Jupiter, the largest gas giant in the solar system, was just slammed by an asteroid, according to an initial tweet from ESA Operations. As the strongest gravitational force next to the sun, this isn't that uncommon. But it serves to remind us...

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Danielle Ledesma
09-23

Thank you Jupiter and NASA for all y'all do.Yes it cost money but not many have the brains ,patience ,want etc. to do the things these people do and I trust their gonna watch Earth's back because their loved ones are here to lol.❤️

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Arian Congo
09-23

we are able to see 👀 ONLY PLANET$ that are in the SAME LATITUDE 🌞 ORBITAL PLANE OF ROTATION 9 PLANETS..... BUT THERE IS OTHER PLANETS IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM THAT WE CAN NOT SEE 👀 BECAUSE SUN 🌞 IS SO SO.... BIG AND THOSE OTHER PLANETS WE CAN'T 👀 SEE .... GO IN OPPOSITE LONGITUDE LINE OF SUN 🌞 SUN's ORBITAL ROTATION PLANE.... IF WE INVENTED A 🔭 TELESCOPE FOR DAY-LIGHT 🌞 WE WILL BE ABLE TO SEE 👀 THOSE MYSTERY ALIEN 👽 PLANET$ OF OUR SOLAR SYSTEM.... THAT HAVE LIFE ON THEM.... WE THINK WE KNOW OUR SOLAR SYSTEM BUT WE DON'T.... THERE ARE OTHER PLANETS IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM THAT WE CAN NOT SEE 👀 👽 LAWS OF PHYSICS DON'T ALLOW US TO SEE 👀 👽 THEM..... THEY HAVE VISITED US FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS......

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Robert Loveless
09-24

there could be another planet- the same distance from the sun as earth, exactly 180° separated, on the same orbital plane as earth.... and we'd never know it. WAIT, never mind- I'm on the wrong site. What I said is true, but irrelevant.

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