Looks like an asteroid hit Jupiter

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Ylem
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Looks like an asteroid hit Jupiter

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Page down a little bit.
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Thanks. I can’t stress enough about the gravity of the situation! :duck: Jupiter's a chronic overeater and seems to have no end of appetite.

Seriously, events like these make life on Earth possible. Without Jupiter (and friends) we'd be toast.
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thx
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