An out-of-control rocket is going to crash into the moon.
The Space X Falcon 9 booster was launched in 2015 and has been hurtling through the abyss since.
It was originally tasked with helping launch an observatory satellite and became derelict after its job was done.
Speaking to Dermot and Dave on Today FM, space commentator, Leo Enright, says it is likely to smash into the wrong side of the moon in early March:
"Unfortunately we won't see it because it's going to crash into the far side of the moon.
"Hopefully one of the spacecraft circling the moon - American or Chinese - will get a decent picture of the hole it leaves in the moon and that could tell us something scientific."