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    Longi  5 days ago

    What happened to the Superman server?

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    Longi  1 week ago

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    AceTone  4 weeks ago

    Belated Happy New Year to all FSK and Friends!

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    Boogie Knight  2 months ago

    Junior! How are ya? That's the most I've ever seen you type!

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    junior06  2 months ago

    Hello, Happy end of year and lots of good things

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    Pockets  2 months ago

    It's been so long! yall probably old af. Hope you guys still play video games somewhere.

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    Happy New Year to you too Sam!

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    mushroom  7 months ago

    Where is Refucx. Did he tell everyone to shutup and leave? SAD...

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    SAM-Medic  8 months ago

    Hiya Keeb! Not much happening here, unfortunately.


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-= Catastrophic Impact on the Surface of Jupiter =-

 DankRider   25 Jul 2009
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..:Catastrophic Impact on the Surface of Jupiter:..

Anthony Wesley, an armature astronomer of Canberra Australia was first to discover signs of a catastrophic impact on the surface of Jupiter. Anthony had his high powered telescope focused at the heavens when he discovered an oblong abnormal blemish on the surface of Jupiter. Shortly after the discovery Anthony contacted Gary L. Martin a Planetary Scientist in Pasadena California confirming the impact. The unknown object left a blemish the size of planet earth and continues to grow. Say your prayers for our friends on Jupiter, for their world is undergoing some tough times.

Nasa


- For More Info and a pod-cast of the story click the link:
http://www.sciencefriday.com/program/archives/200907243

Comment: Shocking to think a object of this magnitude could hit any planet undetected. "Not It"- for getting hit by a massive chunk of space derbies.




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