Elon Musk’s SpaceX rocket to hit the moon soon

Falcon 9 Rocket of SpaceX is going to crash into the moon in around five weeks, on March 4, 2022, predicted by Bill Gray.

Falcon 9 Rocket of SpaceX is going to crash into the moon in around five weeks. According to predictions, the date is said to be March 4, 2022. Rocket Falcon 9 was launched in February 2015, to deploy a NASA Satellite ‘DSCOVR(Deep Space Climate Observatory)’ into orbit.

Astronomer Bill Gray predicted that – the space junk’s collision will be there into the moon on March 4. Gray works under Project ‘Pluto’, in software that allows for the calculation of the trajectories of asteroids and other objects in space and is used in NASA-financed space observation programs.

Astronomer Jonathan McDowell said- “the effects of this crash of Falcon 9 into the moon will be minor and it is possible similar impacts have taken place unnoticed”, as sources have reported.

The upper stages of SpaceX rockets are planned to return as usual back to earth where they can use it again or keep just it. But with Falcon 9 rocket, the company SpaceX is not ready for its first-stage touchdown, as Falcon 9 is not left with enough fuel to return to Earth back.

According to Gray and his team calculations – there is confirmation that the crash will take place on the moon’s farside which won’t be visible to us from Earth.

SpaceX is not the first to have its rocket crash into the moon. NASA’s Saturn V rocket’s upper stages have also crashed into the moon during the Apollo programme as well as the Atlas V rocket back in 2009.

The good news is that the crash of Falcon 9 into the moon may open different aspects of investigations or findings. It is expected to help NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and India’s Chandrayaan 2 to examine the crash- as per sources says.