dscovr feature A NASA camera on board the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite captured a rare lunar transit across the face of a sunlit Earth. The images, which feature a fully lit far side of the moon, were captured between July 4 at 11:50 pm ET and July 5 at 3:18 am ET. This was actually the second time a lunar photobomb was photographed by DSCOVR; the first occurred about a year ago, on… Read More

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