Chang'E 2 launches in less than 24 hours, weather permitting
Here are a few photos of Chang'E 2 meeting its launch vehicle in Xichang, which I got from this lovely slide show. It's a beautiful view of the spacecraft. I don't see any obvious lump or bump that could be a probe or impactor mounted on it—but there is one face of the cube-shaped spacecraft (apart from its base, which is attached to the launch rocket)—that is not shown in the photos. Maybe it's attached over there.
Chang'E 2 prepares for launch
The Chang'E 2 lunar orbiter meets its launch vehicle, preparing for an October 1 launch.
The People's Daily website appears to be doing a huge amount of live news and coverage in Chinese; there is a small amount of information available on their English-language website. CNTV has a more updated English-language website. The launch is supposed to happen on October 1 at 19:00 local time / 11:00 UTC / 04:00 my time—that is, in fewer than 18 hours—but some of the Google translated messages on the People's Daily website seem to indicate foul weather in the area. I'm not sure though.