The For All Moonkind Moon Registry catalogs all of the robotic and human missions that left items on the surface.  (Image credit: For All Moonkind via collectSPACE.com)

The moon may be devoid of humans (at least for now), but there is plenty of humanity to be found strewn across the lunar surface. A new website catalogs the human heritage items that were left behind on the moon, for posterity and for the public to reference.

The Moon Registry, presented by For All Moonkind, celebrates the sites and hardware that can now be found on Earth’s natural satellite. The free resource provides overviews of every robotic and human mission that made contact with the moon, including details on the objects related to those excursions that also remain there today — from commemorative medallions and flags to rovers and scientific experiments.