Kaguya impact information available to observers
Posted by Amir Alexander
04-06-2009 17:45 CDT
By Amir Alexander
According to the latest information from the Japanese Space Agency JAXA, the lunar orbiter Kaguya will slam into the Moon at 6:26pm (GMT) on Wednesday, June 10, 2009, at coordinates 63 South, 80 East. This will place it deep in the Moon's southern hemisphere, near the Gill crater.
As the impact approaches JAXA is making available precise information on the projected time and location of the event. Those interested in observing the impact should contact JAXA at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide their name, location, and planned observation method.
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