Join Donate Emily Lakdawalla • November 1, 2008 The Indian lunar orbiter Chandrayaan-1 is still on the long loop of its latest orbit, but scientists on the mission aren't wasting any time; they've turned one of its cameras toward its erstwhile home, Earth. I love it when planetary spacecraft take images of Earth -- there's just something about using the eyes meant to study strange worlds to study our own that produces a fresh perspective.
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