Footage From Missouri Shows Us What The Moon Looks Like Up Close
Take a trip to the moon without leaving your couch.
Unbelievable footage has surfaced of what the moon looks like from Missouri through a high-tech telescope. It's like you are there in person and you can just reach and touch the moon. It's one of the most fascinating prominences in Earth's sky that we all dream about visiting one day, and that dream may come true for rich people. However, for those of us that only look up at the moon, we get to see what the moon looks like through telescopes, and one explorer shared his view of the moon from Missouri.
Pretty amazing, right? There's a ton of moon dust, and craters can be seen on the surface of the moon. Of course, craters are caused by asteroids and meteorites colliding with the lunar surface. The Moon's surface is covered with thousands of craters. I get excited when I see videos of the moon, especially so close so that we can learn more and more about the amazing feature in the sky. Technology has given us so much opportunity to look at other plants and the moon closer, it's like being there on the planet yourself (only much cheaper).
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