We will get to see the skidmarks.
Earthlings may be shut out of the spectacle, but the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter circling the moon will pass over the crash site and attempt to photograph the skid marks left by the washing machine sized-spacecraft as they slam into the surface at 3,800 mph.
I bet some prognosticator will be able to accurately read and interpret the marks providing valuable information about the EndoftheWorld.
I think as compared to a terrestrial skidmark, it will be dryer but leave a more unyielding stain.
Did anyone see the Hobbit this weekend?