NASA launched a lunar mission in 2011 to learn more about the Moon through a video with 4K resolution. After several years, they published the result on their Youtube channel, and as of April 9, 2018, moon lovers and Science junkies can enjoy a high-resolution tour of the Moon.
The mission of this video is to learn more about the moon and discover "a variety of characteristics of the moon terrain", according to Scitechdaily.
Isn't cool that we can travel to the moon thanks to technology? The Lunar spacecraft Reconnaissance Orbiter was in charge of preparing the tour for the Moon.
Want to go to the Moon? Take a virtual 4K journey across the lunar surface & explore the Moon's largest, deepest & oldest observed impact structure, fly over the Apollo 17 landing site + more! Join our lunar tour, which uses data from @NASAMoon Orbiter: https://t.co/Z7iTsyfhJM pic.twitter.com/xGlJpN4Q4M— NASA (@NASA) April 9, 2018
Did you take the tour? What did you think of the video?
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