Mission Commander David R. Scott uses a 70mm camera on the Hadley Delta during the Apollo 15 lunar l...

Lunar trash can

Manmade Moon trash: China's wayward rocket joins poop, a javelin, and more

Ha, how did that get there?

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On March 4, a rocket booster is predicted to crash — accidentally — onto the lunar surface.

This won’t be the first time debris from a space mission makes contact with the Moon.

Dozens of spacecraft and rocket pieces are currently collecting dust on the lunar surface after impact.

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