Andrew Bodrov loves space. That is a fact. Some time ago he started to stitch photographs from the Curiosity Rover and he created amazing panoramas from Mars. Now, he is on the Moon and has made a panorama from the view from the Chang’e 3 spacecraft.


Andrew used photos from www.chinanews.com and one of the Sun from www.arstechnica.com. Then he stitched those photos and created a pano. It sounds easy…but it isn’t. Here you can enjoy the view from the Moon.

 

 

The Chang’e 3 is a lunar mission operated by the China National Space Administration (CNSA). It was launched into space last December as part of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program. Chang’e 3 is the first probe to land on the Moon since the Soviet Union’s Luna in 1976.

References:

CNSA

Wikipedia

NASA

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  1. Jimmy Deans says:

    Awnings were first used by the ancient Egyptian and Syrian civilizations. They are described as “woven mats” that shaded market stalls and homes. A Roman poet Lucretius, in 50 BC, said “Linen-awning, stretched, over mighty theatres, gives forth at times, a cracking roar, when much ’tis beaten about, betwixt the poles and cross-beams”.

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