The far side of the moon and Earth as seen from the Chinese DSLWP-B / Longjiang-2 satellite on February 4.
Last month, China landed on the seldom-seen far side of the moon that never faces our planet. Now, a new photo from a Chinese satellite captures a rare look at both full discs as seen from behind the moon.
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The result is a view of our planet and its natural satellite in their entirety from a new angle.
The image above was snapped by a camera aboard the Chinese DSLWP-B / Longjiang-2 satellite on Feb. 4. It might just be the first image of the moon's backside together with Earth that...