Astronomer, photographer, crash on Jupiter. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

An amateur astronomer from Texas, taking some pictures of Jupiter, captured the moment when a mysterious object crashed into the larger (more visible) side of the gaseous planet, creating a brief bright flash in the haze of its stormy skies. Incredible films shared on the Cognitio page, in which the photographers Ethan and George Chappel publish their observations, show a fleeting white spot appearing south of the equator on 7 August 2019, before disappearing from sight in an instant. While scientists have yet to confirm what exactly happened on the surface of the largest planet in our solar system, the photographer notes that it looks terribly like a flash of impact.

The discovery comes when NASA released a breathtaking new image of Jupiter seen by the Hubble space telescope, revealing the white spot or Red Spot that appeared in the atmosphere of the giant planet. The impacts of large asteroids and meteors may not be rare, but capturing a moment like this is an incredibly rare undertaking.

After checking the video and seeing the flash on Jupiter, did my mind start to run, and if a spaceship crashed? I would suggest to all the scientists of the world and to the astronomers to send immediately a probe to verify, the hypothetical crater formed in the surface of Jupiter, could unveil a crude reality…

Astronomer, photographer, crash on Jupiter. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

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Astronomer, photographer, crash on Jupiter. Original article by Alessandro Brizzi.

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