'A Moon Landing' took place on the eve of the full moon on the 9th May 2009. It took the form of a firework display, inspired by Whistler's 'Nocturne in Black and Gold The Falling Rocket' (1875) and Debussy's Nocturnes. The firework display incorporated an actual lunar meteorite into the fabric of the display. The moon fragment descended in a shower of sparks onto the grounds of the Bonnington Estate.
A plaque sited in the HaHa commemorates the event, which bears an uncanny resemblance to a National Trust sign. The traditional NT sign is silver with black writing, bearing a cluster of oak leaves. The artist's night time version is a reversal, black with silver writing bearing the image of a full moon.