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Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Moon: NASA Releases a Series of High-definition Panoramas (Photos)

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2019/7/18 14:01:06     readed:530

According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) report, Apollo 17 took a panoramic view from the Taurus-Taurus-Littrow Valley. Apollo 17 geologist Harrison Schmitt (Harrison Schmitt) called it "one of the more spectacular natural scenes in the solar system."


A 360-degree image of the Apollo 17 landing site can be found at NASA's Johnson Space Center.Facebook pageFound on, so you can get a deeper understanding of the moon's desolateness by spinning, but paying attention to long-term observations may make you feel dizzy.

In addition you can also go through NASAInstagram watch 45 HD fullScenery.


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