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Lunar Shadow Transit : This snapshot from deep space captures planet Earth on March The shadow of its large moon is falling on the planets sunlit hemisphere. Tracking toward the east . via NASA js

The epic photo or the epic lie. The dark side of the moon.?

NASA's Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite, or "DSCOVR" for short, recently captured a series of images showing the dark side of the moon moving across .

Imagen de familia jupiteriana con fotografías del planeta y sus cuatro mayores lunas (Io, Europa, Ganímedes y Calisto, de abajo a arriba)

Urano y Neptuno esperan una visita

This "family portrait" is a composite of the Jovian system: the edge of Jupiter with its Great Red Spot + Jupiter's 4 largest moons, known as the Galilean satellites. The moons (top-to-bottom): Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto.

The Moon | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Color Moon (by igorfp) Color-enhanced mosaic of the Moon. Color hue are as natural, as i can, but saturation dramatically increased. Each of 6 images is a average of 30 best frames from

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Sketches of the moon from Galileo Galilei’s “Sidereus Nuncius” a short treatise on Galileo’s early observations of the Moon, the stars, and the moons of Jupiter

"Charles Duke brought a photo of his family with him and like everything else they carried, it needed to be isolated from the environment with plastic. It’s hard to say exactly what motivated him to photograph it lying on the surface of the moon, but it’s not that hard to say. ... It made me realize that all the other NASA photos of the moon’s surface were actually color photographs. It was the moon that was monochrome, not their film."

Charlie Duke left this family photo on the moon during the Apollo 16 mission in

NASA’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Space Station Over Lunar Terminator

NASA’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day: Space Station Over Lunar Terminator

Astronomy Picture of the Day - 2015 April 27 Space Station over Lunar Terminator Image Credit & Copyright: Dani Caxete

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NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter probe has snapped the most detailed picture yet of the far side of the moon. The new image is part of new global map of the moon for future lunar exploration.