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It comprises over 15,000 wide angle camera (WAC) photos taken between November 2009 and February 2011 by Nasa's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC).
A Nasa spokesman said: 'This WAC mosaic provides the most complete look at the morphology of the far side to date, and will provide a valuable resource for the scientific community.
is because the moon spins once on its axis in precisely the same amount of time it takes to revolve around the Earth...these two intervals have been equal for all of recorded history, and probably for millions of years or longer.
Originally posted by HeldHostage14
This image seems a little tedious with the fact that they made it from multiple diffrent shots on the moon where they can crop out any "alien life". Another thing you can notice that it has a uneven aligning at the bottom middle.