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Forty years after the Apollo 11 voyage to the moon, NASA released photographs from the new Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft Friday showing five of the six Apollo landing sites. Shadows cast by the Apollo descent stages are clearly visible and in some cases, the moon walkers' paths can be seen in the disturbed dust
Originally posted by Kram09
That's rubbish. It's just a load of grey with some indistinguishable blobs on. Why does the picture look so bad? Astronauts's footprints? I can't see anything on those pictures. I suppose i'll just have to take NASA for their word.