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- Description: This is an oblique view of Copernicus crater taken from Lunar Orbiter 2 in orbit about the Moon. At the time this image was published it was dubbed the "Picture of the Century". Here is the original caption from the NASA source page:
- "Lunar Orbiter 2 oblique northward view of the interior of the 100 km diameter Copernicus crater on the Moon. The central peaks are in the middle of the image, rising about 400 m above the crater floor, and stretching for about 15 km. The northern wall of the crater is in the background. This is the top frame of a set of 3 adjoining high resolution frames, which are available in image lo2_h162_123. (Lunar Orbiter 2, frame 162-H3)"
|This image or video was catalogued by one of the centers of the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) under Photo ID: L02-162-H3.
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