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Luna 17 Lander

Luna 17 Lander

The Moon, In Depth  By Bill Dunford 2015/01/20 Crater Chain Near Lunar Crater Love (Anaglyph)

The Moon, In Depth By Bill Dunford 2015/01/20 Crater Chain Near Lunar Crater Love (Anaglyph)

This is an image of a lunar eclipse as viewed by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, with a model of the moon from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter replacing the lunar shadow.

Visualization of the Moon and Sun

This is an image of a lunar eclipse as viewed by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, with a model of the moon from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter replacing the lunar shadow.

NASA - Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Explores the Moon in 3-D

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Explores the Moon in 3-D

NASA - Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Explores the Moon in 3-D

3D Moon! by NASA Goddard Photo and Video on Flickr.A través de Flickr: This is an anaglyph of an Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) ...

3D Moon! by NASA Goddard Photo and Video on Flickr.A través de Flickr: This is an anaglyph of an Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) ...

NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University Thales Crater (Anaglyph) A Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter view of the eastern part of Thales Crater. The rugged landscape is viewable in 3D using red-blue glasses. The full crater is about 32 kilometers from rim to rim.

NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University Thales Crater (Anaglyph) A Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter view of the eastern part of Thales Crater. The rugged landscape is viewable in 3D using red-blue glasses. The full crater is about 32 kilometers from rim to rim.

Some 3D pictures of the moon via NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (if you have red/blue-green glasses).

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Explores the Moon in 3-D

Some 3D pictures of the moon via NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (if you have red/blue-green glasses).

This version of an “Earthrise” image was just published today by NASA. It was taken looking over the edge of the Moon’s Compton Crater by the amazing LROC camera on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft

This version of an “Earthrise” image was just published today by NASA. It was taken looking over the edge of the Moon’s Compton Crater by the amazing LROC camera on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft

Kopff Crater

Kopff Crater

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