I’ve always been fascinated by the Moon since I was a kid.
Aliens and extraterrestrials, do monsters come from the Moon? Spaceships and time travel. Is there life in the galaxy out there?? Ancient civilizations and so on…
Tonight, I was blessed with clear skies (and half of a glowing Moon) – which allowed me to take a beautifully detailed picture of Earth’s natural satellite.
The Moon is not a planet, but a satellite of the Earth and only 59% of the Moon’s surface is visible from Earth.You can see the surface of the Moon by using various methods like a small telescope (or in this case, my superzoom camera).
Zooming in – The Moon’s surface shows the damage caused by large pieces of rock hitting it billions of years ago. Its surface is covered by many craters, pits and scars.
Now…Have you ever wondered what’s on the “dark side” of the moon?
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