Thursday, June 3, 2010
The original thread where Wesley posted this image is located at the Ice in Space web forum. He plans to post a video of the impact in the next few hours as well. I want to give a tip o' the hat to Emily Lakdawalla for alerting us to this observation on her blog. Coincidentally, she points out that the Hubble telescope team has released several images of the site of last year's impact, as the scar became sheared by the planets's winds.
Another place to check for up-to-date news on this is at the Unmannedspaceflight.com forum, where several regulars are already discussing the impact.
UPDATE 5:18 PM MST: A video by Christopher Go in the Philippines is now online. Didn't seem to last very long.
Link: Jupiter impact, June 3 2010 [www.iceinspace.com.au]