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NASA baffled by mysterious rocket that left two craters on moon

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Newly released photos show the damage from an unidentified rocket body that crashed into the moon’s surface and left an “unexpected” double crater. The rocket body was first believed to belong to SpaceX and now China, which officials in the country deny, leaving its origins unknown. NBC’s Priscilla Thompson reports for Saturday TODAY.

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