The NASA LRO (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter) automatic interplanetary station received this amazing photo of the crater of the Moon on November 3
The moon is clearly visible from Earth. But an even more stunning view opens up a new photograph of an earth satellite. A snapshot of November 3 was received by NASA's LRO (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter), orbiting the moon since 2009. The photograph shows the crater. It can be said that this is a rather fresh formation, since it appeared less than 100 million years ago. A simple man in the street will see only a hole in the surface. But try to feel the spirit of the era of Neil Armstrong and experience that surge of emotions when people were able to observe these amazing features on an alien celestial body in 1969.
The crater covers a little more than 1.8 km and is located near the larger and more ancient Gedin crater on the western side of the moon. Dark bands emerging from the crater mark emissions at a late stage, which landed at the end of the impact event.