Lunar Leftovers: How the Moon Became a Trash Can

From ScienceRay.com:

The moon has only been accessible for decades, rather than hundreds of years. However, in the short time available to humanity it is estimated that we have left over one hundred and seventy thousand kilos of debris on the surface of our once pristine satellite. Here are some of the more notable pieces of trash on the moon.

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  1. Hey, that’s just like the world’s highest peaks strewn with bodies, backpacks and oxygen tanks!

    Apparently humankind cannot discover something without trashing it a little.

    Also, dibs on one of the moon go-karts!

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