The whole image — composed of two weighs 268 megabytes, but Zoomify makes it hot butterish smooth to pan and zoom. I’m glad the LRO can transmit at 100 megabytes per second. Now, could they please take a similar horizontal photo of one of the Apollo sites? [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]
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