John McKeon, from Swords, Dublin, writes:
This is the time-lapse of processed images leading to the impact on Jupiter March 17. The original purpose of the imaging session was to get this time-lapse, with a happy coincidence of the impact in the second last capture of the night.
Each of the images in the time lapse are clear because they have been processed from 55 seconds of video. the impact itself however only lasts less than two seconds, so I have shown this part without processing.
The time lapse was made using an 11″ SCT with an ASI120mm camera and Ir-pass 742nm filter.
Related: Jupiter Just Got Hit by a Comet or Asteroid … Again (Space.com)
Thanks Barry Higgins
I’d be more interested to see something ram into Uranus
very cool and congrats. I hope to see this on The Sky at night when it’s on again.