NASA Releases Incredible 4K Video of the Moon

You've never seen a video of the moon like this one.

NASA has released a stunning, never-before-seen 4K video tour of Earth’s moon and the footage is probably unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

The video is stunning, refreshing, mesmerizing, and shows the moon as you’ve never seen it before. The shadows, the craters, and the curious lines on its surface are all visible with unprecedented clarity.

The best way to describe the footage? Jaw-droppingly Alien!

Screenshot from the video. Image Credit: YouTube.
Screenshot from the video. Image Credit: YouTube.

Because that’s what it is, an incredible footage of our Alien moon. The video offers you the chance of exploring the lunar surface like never before.

You’ll get the chance to study and observe the most prominent and important features on the lunar surface.

The video footage “virtual tour of the moon” in breathtaking 4K has been made possible thanks to data collected by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft over a span of nine years.

No, that's not an alien root. Its the Apollo 17 landing site.
No, that’s not an alien root. Its the Apollo 17 landing site.

“The tour visits a number of interesting sites chosen to illustrate a variety of lunar terrain features,” Ernie Wright of NASA’s Space Visualization Studio wrote in a blog post.

“Some are on the near side and are familiar to both professional and amateur observers on Earth, while others can only be seen clearly from space.”

This video is public domain and along with other supporting visualizations can be downloaded from the Scientific Visualization Studio at where you can download the Video in 4K resolution.

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