News of Jupiter possibly eating planets have fans talking about Galactus. Yes, the journal of Astronomy & Astrophysics published a new report about the massive planet. Apparently, Jupiter is that big because it's been pulling in other bodies. A fact that social media discovered and treated with the requisite respect that we all expect out of that realm. NASA's Juno space probe played a big role in this discovery. It's flyby of the gas giant allowed scientists to speculate on how it gathers mass. Some of those clouds left an opening to get a picture of what's going on beneath the surface. Let's hope we all don't get a visit from the Silver Surfer anytime soon. Check out some of the best posts down below.
MCU Direct actually talked to Eternals writer Kat Firpo about Galactus' storied entry to the MCU. "Galactus is an amazing, amazing character, and villain. We are, you know, obviously setting the stage for intergalactic, cosmic, megalith confrontations, especially when you kill a space god—and then the space god comes and kidnaps you and plans to judge Earth, I think the door is very much open for world-eating villains… Galactus is one of those iconic figures of the Marvel Universe that [they're] excited to see."
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2022 continues to be the absolute wildest
So now there's Galactus. Didn't have this on my 2022 bingo card.June 23, 2022
Let's hope not!
So Jupiter is Galactus then. No one has seen a Silver Surfer lately have they? https://t.co/0Hxiyb14GW— Adam Pohl (@Adam_Pohl93) June 23, 2022
Hiding in plain sight
Galactus over here pretending to be Jupiter. https://t.co/V2vrFcwVAN— Justin Garrett (@JustinOfSparta) June 23, 2022
The vibes are right
Jupiter, AKA Unicron AKA Galactus https://t.co/KKZ6cWc3Pf— Gundam Ver. Chu (@SoulinkChu) June 23, 2022
But for real
Jupiter is IRL Galactus. https://t.co/6j1rJQ8Y1Y— Jesse Lubinsky (@jlubinsky) June 23, 2022
Start it up
Petition to rename Jupiter to Galactus https://t.co/XxRfTDNaKU— Pilko (@pilko90) June 23, 2022