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Kaguya to the Moon

8 Jun 2009, 07:01 UTC
Kaguya to the Moon
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Kaguya is the Japanese spacecraft that has been orbiting around the Moon for more than a year and a half. For the average public like us, the couple of HD cameras on the spacecraft gave us beautiful video of the Moon. But now it’s going to be crashed into the Moon in a couple of days. To remember Kaguya, here’s a video clip of the Moon taken by Kaguya from only 11 kilometers, or 7 miles, above the surface at double the actual speed:

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