That’s just my opinion, but check this out:
Or, as scientists say:
Sometime after the rock formed . . . an asteroid impact blasted it from Earth. It found its way to the moon, which was three times closer to Earth than it is today. The fragment was later engulfed in a lunar breccia, a motley type of rock. Finally, Apollo 14 astronauts returned it to Earth in 1971.
What are the odds of that happening?
Featured image: NASA (Okay, it’s Apollo 11, not Apollo 14–still historic, though!)