On the night of Monday to Tuesday, specifically on September 13, 2021 at 10:39:30 pm UTC (September 14, 12:39:30 pm, Paris time), A new impact on the planet . This observation, made from São Caetano do Sul (São Paulo State, Brazil), has been confirmed by at least two other observers: , in Langendorf (Germany), and from the Lorraine Astronomical Society ( ), in Villey-le-Sec (France). The ALS team on a mission at the Astroqueyras Observatory in Saint-Ferrand (France) .Brazilian amateur Jose Luis Pereira
Impact on Jupiter.
This cosmic collision was observed bythat she produced, as it were at least Included on this planet for the past two decades. In the case of this new effect, the It remained visible for about two seconds.
Sky lovers who photographed Jupiter around the time of the impact are invited to examine their data. Observers are also encouraged to continue filming the area of impact in the coming days to see ifVisible, like the one that was produced .