Many of the photographs in this entry are from APOD, Astronomy Photo of the Day [recommended] or the NASA Image of the Day [also recommended].
APOD 2011 November 18 – A Colorful Side of the Moon
2011 November 18
A Colorful Side of the Moon
Credit: NASA / GSFC / DLR / Arizona State Univ. / Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
Explanation: This colorful topographical map of the Moon is centered on the lunar farside, the side not seen from planet Earth.
APOD 2011 December 24 – Eclipsed Moon in the Morning
2011 December 24
Eclipsed Moon in the Morning
Image Credit & Copyright: Roger N. Clark
APOD 2011 December 16 – Red Moon Rising
2011 December 16
Red Moon Rising
Image Credit & Copyright: Oshin Zakarian (TWAN)
APOD 2011 November 27 – Shuttle Plume Shadow Points to the Moon
2011 November 27
Shuttle Plume Shadow Points to the Moon
Image Credit: Pat McCracken, NASA
APOD 2011 December 29 – Conjunction at Sunset
2011 December 29
Conjunction at Sunset
Image Credit & Copyright: Stefano De Rosa
Two Earth Satellites Viewed From Houston Image of the Day
acquired January 4, 2012download large image (139 KB, JPEG, 1416×944)
This photograph taken from Houston, Texas, juxtaposes Earth’s oldest satellite with one of its youngest.
Photos of the Moon
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