Current position of KAGUYA.
To observe KAGUYA flash at controlled impact on June 11, more than 100 places tried to observe in Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, and etc. Unfortunately, there was no report in Japan because the weather was bad. However, KAGUYA impact flash observations were reported in the near infrared region by AAT (The Anglo-Australian Telescope, Australia) and Mount Abu Observatory, Gurushikar (24.65 N 72.78 E, 1680 m, India) as below. By comparison study between KAGUYA impacted location and time with their reported time and location, their observation images are highly possible shot to capture KAGUYA impact flash. We are very appreciated for all of people to try to observe KAGUYA impact flash.
"The observations were carried out by Dr. T. Chandrasekhar, Mr. Rajesh Shah, Mr. S. N. Mathur and Mr. Raj Purohit of the Astronomy and Astrophysics Division of Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), Ahmedabad which is a unit of Department of Space, Government of India."