Not all craters on the Moon are from asteroid and comet impacts: this one is from a rocket. On April 14th, 1970, the upper stage booster of the Apollo 13 rocket slammed into the Moon, creating this roughly 30-meter-wide crater.
Some of the rays - the streaks of material blasted out of the crater from the impact - can be traced for over a kilometer! These are pretty violent events, and in fact were used by later missions to create moonquakes so that scientists could learn about the lunar structure. Seismographs placed on the surface by astronauts showed us that there are still some small moonquakes going on even today.
Original post: One of the newest craters on the Moon