NASA’s spacecraft takes amazing photos of the moon

NASA" To solve the problem, without specifying the cause of the defect that occurred later.

Before communication was cut off, the spacecraft took stunning photos of the craters scattered across the surface the moonAnd it is at an altitude of 130 kilometers above it, as it was moving at a speed of about 8,210 kilometers per hour, and is 370,149 kilometers from Earth, according to the paper. "Daily mail" British.

It’s here to stay "Orion" It will orbit the Moon for the next week, then return to Earth on December 1, landing Pacific off the coast of San Diego.

fascinating images

  • Though captured in black and white, the new set of images show startling detail on the moon’s cratered surface.
  • The images were taken on Nov. 21 from the mission’s spacecraft "Artemis 1".
  • photoshoot with a camera Mounted on the vehicle’s solar panel wing.
  • The engineers expected them to lose contact with the spaceship He passed behind the moon for 34 minutes, but the loss of contact on Wednesday was unexpected and happened twice.

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Communication was lost at 1:09 am ET and theNASAto solve the problem, without specifying the cause of the defect yet.

Before communication was cut off, the spacecraft took stunning photos of the craters scattered across the surface the moonIt is at an altitude of 130km above it, as it was moving at a speed of about 8,210km per hour, and is 370,149km from Earth, according to the British Daily Mail.

Orion is expected to remain in orbit around the moon for the next week, before returning to Earth on December 1, to land in Pacific off the coast of San Diego.

fascinating images

  • Though captured in black and white, the new set of images show startling detail on the moon’s cratered surface.
  • The images were taken on November 21 from the mission spacecraft.Artemis 1″.
  • photoshoot with a camera Mounted on the vehicle’s solar panel wing.
  • The engineers expected them to lose contact with the spaceship He passed behind the moon for 34 minutes, but the loss of contact on Wednesday was unexpected and happened twice.

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