An out-of-control rocket is about to crash into the moon.
It was first thought to belong to SpaceX but NASA now believes it's from a Chinese test mission launched in 2014. That means it's been floating in orbit for almost eight years even though China claims it already burned up.
Either way, the moon will take a direct hit at about 7:25 am Eastern today but scientists say the impact will be minor. There will be no live coverage because no video cameras roll continuously on the moon, but the new crater will soon be visible on upcoming photos of the moon.