NASA has cool article about a meteor strike on the surface of the moon equivalent to 70kg of TNT. However, reading through the article I noticed something curious:
Cooke estimates that the impact gouged a crater in the moon’s surface “about 3 meters wide and 0.4 meters deep.” As moon craters go, that’s small. “Even the Hubble Space Telescope couldn’t see it,” notes Cooke. The moon is 384,400 km away. At that distance, the smallest things Hubble can distinguish are about 60 meters wide.
Interesting that one of the largest and best placed telescopes in the universe, one that can see into the farthest reaches of space and explore the beginnings of time, doesn’t have enough resolution to see anything smaller than this giant pink bunny on our own moon.