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LROC There was an interesting article in the last issue of the Australian Sky and Telescope magazine on the high-resolution images that are available from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. There is a great online interface that lets you zoom in anywhere on the moon, overlay various bits of information and so on. The thing I really liked though was the 'Path Query', where you can draw a line anywhere you like and get the geographic profile. The moon looks fairly flat right? So this image is of Copernicus crater, not the largest, but one of the more interesting. It is nearly 4 km deep! Explore the moon yourself at: http://target.lroc.asu.edu/q3/

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So. Rather than leave everything to Facebook and all the anoyances that entails I have ditched my account and turned my old site into a blog. There are some rather old overviews of my past work, a few random pages on my interests and, by default, whatever random stuff I've felt like posting.

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