QUESTION: What does the Moon smell like?

Answer: According to all of NASA’s Apollo astronauts, moondust emits an odor reminiscent of burnt gunpowder. However, this olfactory experience can only be experienced by the very few human visitors of the lunar landscape because moondust samples brought back to Earth have no smell. Scientist think the dust loses its properties when arriving on Earth and only have this scent in the lunar environment.