Charlie Buttrey

July 31, 2019

Some fifty years after man first walked on the moon, it is interesting to note that a total of 66 space missions from various nations have landed on or crashed into the moon since the Soviet Luna 2 crashed in 1959.

NASA estimates that those missions have left behind a total of 800 objects on the lunar surface, weighing over 800 tons, including 71 spacecraft and rovers; boots, cameras, and two golf calls.

Oh, and… um… 96 bags of feces, urine and vomit.

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