As early as this March, Elon Musk’s rocket may crash into the moon. The device was launched back in 2015.
He writes about it RBC-Ukraine with reference to The Guardian.
The second stage of the SpaceX rocket took the NOAA climate observatory into space, after which it began to travel erratically in orbit. The reason for this was not enough fuel to return to Earth.
According to experts, the weight of the rocket is about 4 tons, and the device will hit the moon on March 4 at a speed of 2.58 km/s.
At the moment, it is not known exactly where the rocket will hit, but it will be the first collision between the surface of the Moon and an artificial body in history.