Domain: apod.nasa.gov

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APOD: 2008 December 24 - Earthrise
Dec 24, 2008 ... Explanation: Forty years ago, in December of 1968, the Apollo 8 crew ... As the Apollo 8 command module rounded the farside of the Moon, ...
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APOD: 2002 January 27 - Earth Rise
Jan 27, 2002 ... Earth Rise Credit: Apollo 8 Crew, NASA ... The famous picture above, showing the Earth rising above the Moon's limb as seen from lunar orbit ...
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APOD: 2008 December 24 - Earthrise
Dec 24, 2008 ... See Explanation. Clicking on the picture will download the highest resolution version available. Earthrise Credit: Apollo 8, NASA ...
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APOD: 2005 December 24 - Earthrise
Dec 24, 2005 ... Earthrise Credit: Apollo 8, NASA. Explanation: In December of 1968, the Apollo 8 crew flew from the Earth to the Moon and back again. ...
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APOD: 2007 November 20 - Earthrise from Moon-Orbiting Kaguya
Nov 20, 2007 ... An astronaut standing on the lunar surface would never actually see the Earth rise, since the Moon always keeps the same side toward the ...
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APOD: 2008 December 24 - Earthrise
Dec 24, 2008 ... A different astronomy and space science related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.
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APOD: 2008 December 24 - Earthrise
Dec 24, 2008 ... Earthrise Credit: Apollo 8, NASA. Explanation: Forty years ago, in December of 1968, the Apollo 8 crew flew from the Earth to the Moon and ...
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APOD: March 6, 1998 - Water Ice At The Lunar Poles
Explanation: After seven weeks in lunar orbit, instruments on board NASA's Lunar Prospector spacecraft have produced strong evidence for water ice on the ...
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APOD: 2002 March 5 - Earth in True Color
Explanation: Here are the true colors of planet Earth. Blue oceans dominate our world, while areas of green forest, brown mountains, tan desert, ...
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APOD: 2008 March 20 - Sunset: Planet Earth
Mar 20, 2008 ... To celebrate the equinox, consider this colorful view of the ... Sun's limb still peeks above the distant horizon as seen from Earth orbit. ...
 
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