Japan’s New Close-Up Photos of the Moon’s Surface Are Breathtaking — TIME

The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency, JAXA (a.k.a Japan’s NASA), recently released all of the data from its Kayuga spacecraft—named after a lunar princess—which orbited the moon from 2007 to 2008 and eventually impacted on the moon’s surface in 2009. Kaguya was equipped with a camera that captured the first high-definition video of the lunar surface…

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