The Hubble Space Telescope may beam back photos as early as Thursday of the new “scar” generated by the impact of an unknown object on Jupiter’s surface, which was first observed on Sunday by amateur Australian astronomer Anthony Wesley.

Dr. Leigh Fletcher of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory said in a Wednesday report in the New York Times that he and his colleagues were “frantically” writing proposals to use telescopes, including the Hubble.

Mario Livio, an astronomer with the Space telescope Science Institute told the Times that the group was planning to look at the spot on Thursday and release a picture as soon as possible.