The Moon has a new crater, and now we've taken a picture of it.
That's right, while we might like to pretend that the fact that our only natural satellite is peppered with holes is the work of a violent, long-ago celestial past, asteroids are in fact zipping around us all of the time.
And on March 17, 2013, one hit the Moon at 56,000 MPH and made a hole 59-feet across and an impact site half the size of a football pitch. (See above)
Now Nasa's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has taken a photo of the hole, located in the Moon's appropriately-named Sea of Showers, or Mare Imbrium.
And while we haven't given it a name quite as catchy as those on Mercury, it's a strangely beautiful sight. Head over to Space.com for more details on hot it was found and photographed.