Apollo 14 S-IVB
The third stage of the Apollo 14 Saturn V launch vehicle was intentionally impacted on the lunar surface on 4 February 1971 to serve as an energy source to probe the interior structure of the Moon using seismometers placed on the surface by Apollo astronauts. The impact left a 30 meter crater.
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