The US space agency has released a photograph showing the site of a spacecraft that crash landed on the Moon.
According to NASA, “the site is on an area called Mare Insularum, about 160 miles southwest of the Copernicus Crater.”
“The site was identified in imagery from the high-resolution LROC Narrow Angle Camera aboard NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter,” a NASA spokesman said.
“But this is not a UFO,” he added, addressing Alien investigators. “The debris were portions of the Saturn V rockets that brought astronauts to the moon,” he said.
“The S-IVB rocket stages were deliberately impacted on the lunar surface after they were used,” according to NASA.