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    Default A most interesting view of the moon



    New frim NASA. It sure puts things in perspective.
    From a million miles away, stunning NASA images show the moon crossing Earth
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    Gotta love this stuff!
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    Default Re: A most interesting view of the moon

    Hi Eric. It seems like we are getting a daily dose of great images from our mission probes. All of this not only helps the understanding of our solar system, but also increases the awareness and interest in the astronomy hobby. And, this excellent video from you is no exception. Thanks for putting this up on here for us to enjoy Eric, and the best of wishes for many clear skies.
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