In celebration of 1,000 days in orbit, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter team released video, one a fiery drama showing the moon’s tough evolution and another touring its most interesting sites.
The historical montage takes you from the moon’s earliest days, through the massive south pole splat that formed the South Pole-Aitken Basin, into the Late Heavy Bombardment, mare volcanism and later craters that made the moon the orb it is today.
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