My Favorite Images from the Planetary Photojoural
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Catalog # Target Mission Instrument Addition Date Size
Remove Image from Favorite List PIA12953 Moon Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO)
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (NAC)
2010-02-22 1200x1200x1
The lunar highlands exhibit rhythmic patterns thought to result from slow, downslope creep of the loose regolith (soil). These subtle patterns are most easily seen when the Sun is low to the horizon in this image taken by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbit
Near the Summit of Malapert Mountain