Simulated global view of the Moon using Kaguya topographic data

Simulated global view of the Moon using Kaguya topographic data
Simulated global view of the Moon using Kaguya topographic data Björn Jónsson created this simulated view of the Moon using Kaguya's topographic data set. The "viewer" is located 6100 km (roughly two lunar diameters) from the Moon's center with a field of view of 35 degrees. The "sub-spacecraft" point is at 10°S, 270°W. Björn Jónsson

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