NASA Artemis II Lunar Imagery To Be Big Deal

Lunar craters and other surface topography

The lunar surface is peppered with craters that formed over time, and we know impact craters still form to this day in a process that slowly and relentlessly reshapes the Moon's topography.

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—The 55th anniversary of NASA’s Apollo 8 Christmas mission, the first by human explorers to fly around the Moon and send back stunning imagery of Earth from deep space, is just days away. With a similar opportunity, NASA’s Artemis II crew of four U.S. and Canadian astronauts is planning to...

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