In early 2022, a Chinese space debris fragment hit the Moon, creating a mysterious double crater. Recent research in the Planetary Science Journal by University of Arizona scientists confirms the debris came from a Chinese Long March 3C rocket booster, indicated by distinctive twin craters. The narrative began in 2015 when astronomers detected approaching space debris heading for the Moon, initially thought to be a SpaceX Falcon 9 booster. Investigations later revealed it was the launcher for China’s Chang’e lunar rover mission. Despite China’s denial, the US Space Command countered, stating the probe’s spent upper stage hadn’t re-entered Earth’s atmosphere,… Read more: Scientists claim that the Chinese spacecraft that collided with the moon was transporting something enigmatic.