Chang’e 2 Sends Back Lunar Photos

Chang’e 2, China’s second unmanned lunar probe has been zipping about the moon’s surface taking an array of black and white three dimensional images.
The images here were released on November 8th and show the moon’s Sinus Iridum (Bay of Rainbows) one of the most stunning and widely viewed of all the moon’s features.

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More images after the jump.

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