KOMO LIVE VIDEO A view of the surface of the Moon, taken by a Russian spacecraft during its latest mission to the surface.
The spacecraft is a new Russian spacecraft named KOMOSAT-2.
This video was taken on May 14, 2018.
It shows the lunar surface at sunset.
This view of an area where NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory detected a solar flare, which is a natural signal of a solar storm.
The image is about 8,000 kilometers (5,300 miles) wide.
This image was taken by the spacecraft called KOMOSTAT-1, which was launched on October 3, 2017.
This is the second image in the series.
The third image is from May 7, 2018, when the spacecraft was orbiting around the Moon.
The fifth image is the one that was taken from May 11, 2018 when the crew took a close-up view of a crater in the surface called Abydos.
Abyds are sometimes called the “black hole” because of their apparent blackness.
This photo is from an image of the lunar crater Abyd-Achab, which has a diameter of 5,000 meters (16,000 feet).
This crater was discovered by NASA’s Voyager 2 mission in 1997.
This picture is a composite of two photos taken on March 14, 2019.
This mosaic was taken with the Advanced Very High Resolution Imaging Spectrometer, or VISTA, which uses an infrared filter to make out the shape of the crater.
The red color is caused by ultraviolet radiation, which the camera is sensitive to.
The purple color is due to oxygen.
The green color is because the crater has a clear upper layer of material, while the blue is due the dark and reflective material below.
The dark and dark-colored material below is the surface that was left behind by the explosion of an ancient supernova, which may be the source of the sun.
This photograph shows a view of Earth from the ISS, taken from a distance of more than 1,500 kilometers (800 miles) from Earth.
This was taken in February 2020.
The picture is about 5,300 kilometers (3,100 miles) away.
This satellite, the Advanced Geospatial-Intelligence Satellite-1 (AGIS-1), has an estimated mission life of 12 years.
This shows an area of land covered by a volcano, which can be seen in this photograph taken on January 20, 2021.
This volcanic crater is known as the “Gila Monster” in Mexico.
This crater is located about 2,000 kilometres (1,300 mi) southwest of Puebla, Mexico.
The photo was taken near the volcano Pueblo.
The volcano has a peak that rises about 30 metres (100 feet) above the ground.
This volcano is known for producing earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
The ground below the ground is covered by lava, which forms a natural barrier.
The area below the lava wall is a geologically active area that has been visited by numerous geologists.
This shot shows a geological map of the area that the spacecraft is currently exploring.
This map shows the locations of volcanoes and the locations where they formed.
This illustration is from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope Hubble Space Telescopes Advanced Camera for Surveys spacecraft, which took this picture of Earth in September 2017.
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