The Moon's Farside Unveiled

For many millennia, humans have gazed upward at the Moon, which hovers roughly a quarter of a million miles (400,000 kilometers) beyond Earth's life-sustaining atmosphere. In its lamplike face, our ancestors saw vague forms that reminded them of something familiar — and they made up fantastical stories to explain these odd-shaped features.

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