Friday, December 14, 2007

Friday beautiful science

Today's Friday beautiful science is a 3-D image taken by the JAXA moon satellite that I'm clearly so enamored of. The photos are taken using 2 cameras aboard the satellite that are angled differently at the surface of the moon, and they have a resolution of 10m.

Clearly, another fantastic photo of the surface of the moon.

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1 comment:

Gary said...

Yeah! I can see The Virgin Mary getting absolutley hammered by an Angel!

J-Dog