I find this a bit worrying. When Comet Shoemaker-Levy hit Jupiter it was estimated to be a once in a century or more event, but since then marks left behind by at least two and possibly three other strikes have been seen
Sad that Galileo's antenna didn't open. Headed towards Jupiter it was in a position to film the comet pieces as they hit
Now that would of been very cool to of seen.
I wonder if estimates for the amount of material drifting around the solar system aren't considerably off
Think we've been seeing this from Russian dash cams. But those who gave us the numbers also claim Jupiter's gravity
protects Earth to a great extent.