Hey Space Placers!
To follow up on my blog on the 18th regarding the recorded lunar impact, on May 22 SLOOH will try and find the new crater.
In a live broadcast, the SLOOH team will broadcast live an attempt to search Mare Imbrium for the newly created crater. Viewers can tune in at 9 p.m. EDT to watch the search for the estimated 200-foot wide crater.
Get details here: http://images.slooh.com/files/press_release/lunarimpact_2013.pdf
It will be a challenge to see the crater from Earth. I do not know if Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) has been programmed to fly over the area and photograph the lunar surface to find the crater although I hope this has been done. It would be very useful to get high definition/resolution images of the new crater.
I'll keep you posted.
Sky Guy in VA