NASA Releases 4K Moon Video, Putting an End to the Myth of the Moon Landing

NASA Just Released a 4K Video Tour of Earth’s Moon, and This Video Will Leave Your Jaw Dropping

While it’s possible to view Earth’s moon from Earth in unprecedented detail, NASA recently released a video shot in 4k resolution that shows the surface of the moon up close in unprecedented detail. preexisting And this video will leave you breathless.

How do we describe video footage?

It’s amazing, it’s fascinating, it’s fresh, offering a new way to explore the lunar surface. And you can see the most important and distinctive features of Earth satellites in stunning video footage.

The image dubbed the This “virtual tour of the moon” in stunning 4K was compiled by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter over a nine-year period.

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The tour visits several interesting locations chosen to showcase the diverse lunar landscapes.Ernie Wright of NASA’s Space Visualization Studio explained in a blog post, “Some are close and familiar to both professional and amateur observers on Earth. while some are only clearly visible from space.

Wright explains that this newly released video is an updated version of another video released 7 years earlier in 2011, although the camera path may be the same. But the data collected over the past seven years has made it possible for NASA to create a more detailed and incredible representation of the moon.

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Recently released 4k video This shows the moon’s various features, incorporating colors that highlight important or memorable information to make sure you’re not just enjoying your viewing. but also learned new things One of the most interesting parts of the video is when we get a chance to fly over Tycho Crater, a lunar formation said to be about 100 million years old.

The most interesting part comes when you think you’ve seen the best part. The video zooms in like never before. focusing on the mesmerizing centerpiece of the Tycho Crater, which spans an astonishing 100m across the mountaintop.”The origin remains a mystery.said the narrator of the video, raising his suspicion.

In addition to Tycho Crater, you can also fly over Apollo 17’s landing site at Taurus-Littrow Valley, which, as described in the video, is deeper than the Grand Canyon on Earth.

The end of the moon landing conspiracy…isn’t it?

I wonder if that makes Taurus-Littrow Valley is a’grand canyon‘?

However, while exploring the Apollo 17 landing site, the video featured some overlays showing us the route NASA astronauts took as they spent three days on the lunar surface in 1972

You can admire the lower half of the lunar lander and rover. which have remained untouched and undisturbed for the past 46 years.

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