JAXA Releases Low Altitude HD Videos Of Lunar Surface

Japanese space exploration agency JAXA has released High-Def footage of lunar surface from its KAGUYA explorer. The top video is a shot from 7 miles above the lunar surface, between 45 and 52 degrees south latitude and 262 and 263 degrees east longitude on the moon. The video at the bottom has been shot from a height of 13 miles and gives a view of the Antoniadi lunar crater. KAGUYA probe will continue mapping lunar surface till June 11, when it will have a controlled crash landing on the lunar surface.

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