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Ace amateur astronomer and astrophotographer Anthony Wesley appears to have made yet another remarkable discovery on Jupiter. He watched and photographed a large fireball in Jupiter's atmosphere around 3:30 p.m. Central time today (Thursday)from his observatory in Australia. "I saw it visually, it was very obvious," said Wesley."The fireball lasted a couple of seconds and was very, very bright."
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The location where the event occurred corresponds to the central meridian 300.1 system I, 34.1 system II, and 210.6 at system III, latitude 16 south. The region should be visible from about 4:00 to 6:30 UT on June 4th, favouring observers in Europe and Africa.
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Anthony Wesley has reported another impact on Jupiter

At approximately 20:30 UTC, 3rd June, 2010, Anthony Wesley recorded a bright flash that lasted a couple of seconds on Jupiter.

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