NASA’s moon camera on South Korea’s probe peeks where the sun doesn’t shine

NASA’s moon camera on South Korea’s probe peeks where the sun doesn’t shine

NASA’s moon camera on South Korea’s probe peeks where the sun doesn’t shine

South Korea’s first lunar mission has delivered a stunning first image from a camera designed to peer into permanently shadowed areas near the lunar poles.

Intended to show regions where the sun never shines on the moon to aid future exploration efforts, the NASA-funded ShadowCam has now revealed an unprecedented view of Shackleton Crater at the moon’s south pole.

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