Coverage of a recent rocket launch saw an hilarious photobomb from a most unexpected little creature

According to NASA, the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer was a spacecraft that was designed for advancing humanity's knowledge of precisely that.

By so doing, per NASA, we could perhaps glean details about more distant moons and other bodies in the vastness of space. Per NBC Washington, the launch took place in September 2013.

LADEE, safe inside a rocket, left Earth from Virginia, in a unique event that could reportedly be seen from the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.

The frog may have been in the area, according to NBC News, because the center is outfitted with a high-volume water deluge system that activates during launches to protect the pad from damage.

The frog, it seems, tried to bounce out of the vicinity when the action started. Sharing the image, NASA reported that the ultimate fate of the frog is unknown.