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A Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket lifted off in Florida in Feb. 2015, on its way to send the Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite into space. But seven years later, part of the rocket left behind in space is hurtling straight toward the moon. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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A piece of space junk the size of a school bus is barreling straight toward the moon

Astronomers predict that on March 4th, a piece of a rocket launched in 2015 will crash into the moon. It's believed to be first time something man-made has accidentally crashed into the moon.

Jeff Zucker resigned Wednesday as chairman of WarnerMedia and president of CNN, telling staff he had failed to disclose a romantic relationship with a colleague when it began. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for WarnerMedia hide caption

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CNN president Jeff Zucker resigns over relationship with network executive

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A Falcon 9 SpaceX rocket lifted off in Florida in Feb. 2015, on its way to send the Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite into space. But seven years later, part of the rocket left behind in space is hurtling straight toward the moon. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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A piece of space junk the size of a school bus is barreling straight toward the moon

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Alex Roldan (right), captain of the Salvadoran men's national soccer team, during practice at the Cuscatlán Stadium in San Salvador, El Salvador, on Tuesday, where they will play against Canada on Wednesday. The game is part of the Americas regions' CONCACAF qualifying matches for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Juan Carlos for NPR hide caption

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Salvadoran Americans bring World Cup soccer hopes to El Salvador as it faces Canada

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