This is a partial list of artificial objects left on extraterrestrial surfaces.
|67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko||Philae||100 kg (220 lb)||ESA/DLR||12 November 2014||"Abydos"|
|Rosetta||1,230 kg (2,710 lb)||ESA||30 September 2016||"Sais"|
|433 Eros||NEAR Shoemaker||487 kg (1,074 lb)||NASA/APL||12 February 2001||South of Himeros crater|||
|25143 Itokawa||Hayabusa target marker||citation needed][||JAXA||20 November 2005||Muses Sea|||
|Mercury||MESSENGER||1,108 kg (2,443 lb)||NASA/APL||30 April 2015||Suisei Planitia|
|162173 Ryugu||MASCOT||9.6 kg (21 lb)||CNES/DLR||3 October 2018||Alice's Wonderland|||
|MINERVA-II Rover-1A||1.1 kg (2.4 lb)||JAXA||21 September 2018||Tritonis|||
|MINERVA-II Rover-1B||1.1 kg (2.4 lb)|
|MINERVA-II Rover-2||1.0 kg (2.2 lb)||October 2019||Unknown|||
|Hayabusa2 Small Carry-on Impactor||2.5 kg (5.5 lb)||5 April 2019||"C01"|||
|Hayabusa2 Deployable Camera 3||≈2.0 kg (4.4 lb)||April 2019||Unknown|||
|Hayabusa2 Target Marker B||0.3 kg (0.66 lb)||25 October 2018||"L08"|||
|Hayabusa2 Target Marker A||0.3 kg (0.66 lb)||30 May 2019||"S01"|||
|Hayabusa2 Target Marker E||0.3 kg (0.66 lb)||September 2019||Unknown|||
|Hayabusa2 Target Marker C||0.3 kg (0.66 lb)||September 2019||Unknown|||
|9P/Tempel||Deep Impact impactor||372 kg (820 lb)||NASA/JPL||4 July 2005|
|Titan||Huygens lander||319 kg (703 lb)||ESA||14 January 2005||Northeast of Adiri|||
|Huygens heat shield||Unknown|
|Surface||Total estimated mass of objects (kg)|
Mars 3 lander at the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics in Russia
MER-A Spirit rover lander
NEAR Shoemaker now rests silently just to the south of the saddle-shaped feature Himeros...
...Sunday, November 20 (JST) JAXA received the signal that Hayabusa had carried out its task successfully [...] the target marker landed about six and a half minutes after it left Hayabusa, settling down just as planned in the nice flat region that the team dubbed Muses Sea...
The Hayabusa2 spacecraft's Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout (MASCOT) will land at a site in the asteroid Ryugu's southern hemisphere dubbed MA-9...
A small European spacecraft, known as the Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout (MASCOT), successfully landed on asteroid Ryugu on Wednesday, Oct. 3 [...] MASCOT weighs some 21 lbs. (9.6 kilograms)...
"N6" marks the likely drop zone for MINERVA-II, which will deploy four microrovers.
The rovers, each with a diameter of 18cm, height of 7cm and weight of about 1.1kg, were released from the Hayabusa2 spacecraft on Friday.
The Huygens probe parachuted down to the surface of Saturn's haze-shrouded moon Titan exactly five years ago on Jan. 14, 2005 [...] as it plunged through Titan's hazy atmosphere and landed near a region now known as Adiri.
Mass: 319 kg