This is a fun collection of photos. I like the crater ones the best but the Earthrise ones are a close second.
Originally shared by Ars Technica
Tough week? We’ve been finding solace in Japanese photos of the Moon still.
How will we can see this?
A.V. Ahana from the article: “Beginning in October, 2007, Japan’s Kaguya spacecraft spent the better part of two years in a polar orbit around the Moon, including passes from as close as 100km. As part of its payload, the spacecraft carried two 2.2 megapixel CCD HDTV color cameras, one a telephoto and one a wide-angle. These cameras returned the first high-definition video of the Moon back to Earth.”
Chris Dolan Oh my god!! It’s really amazing information.
What a great pics!!
It is beautiful to view the Earth along with the craters and marias of the Moon. Wonderful picture and thanks for the information…
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