The European Space Agency’s SMART-1 lunar probe uncover the mysteries of the unknown regio

The European Space Agency’s SMART-1 probe in the year 2006 SMART-1 probe successfully hit the lunar surface, scientists began to carry out the dust of the lunar surface impact occurred after probing, trying to uncover the dust of the moon’s origin mystery.

The European Space Agency SMART-1 lunar probe uncover the mysteries of the unknown regio

The European Space Agency’s SMART-1 probe is a spacecraft to explore the Moon, in the year 2006 SMART-1 probe successfully hit the lunar surface, scientists began to carry out the dust of the lunar surface impact occurred after probing, trying to These dust to uncover the mystery of the origin of the moon. However, there are still many places on the moon are classified as “restricted” on observations, scientists will be referred to the unknown lunar regions, especially in the moon’s polar regions, we have very little understanding of the situation here. According to observations SMART-1 probe, the scientists found that there are three very close crater at the lunar polar regions, there are some mysterious internal reflection of light.

The figure shows that the three closely spaced craters, the European Space Agency by the imaging device SMART-1 probe on the shooting, the size of this puzzle is 220 km multiplied by 700 km, is located near the moon’s north pole, right-to- Left, the three craters are named Plaskett, Rozhdestvenskiy and Hermite crater.

Hermite crater diameter of about 104 km, Plaskett crater is about 109 km, while Rozhdestvenskiy maximum diameter crater, about 177 kilometers, the area was known as the mysterious lunar scientists region, making it light and dark spots in the region to maintain its mystery.

Since the moon is the Earth’s gravity lock, so we only see one side of the moon, while the other side can not be directly observed, and therefore had side of the moon is an alien base argument.

In fact, only half of the Moon facing the Earth is not, we can see that 59% of the lunar surface, while Plaskett crater position precisely located towards the side edges of the Earth’s moon, because every year we have a short span of a few days in a few months You can see Plaskett hit the edge of the pit, this unusual scene makes us seem to see the light from the moon hit the pit, so the SMART 1-one of the European Space Agency probe mission is to investigate these craters opened unknown mysteries of the region on the moon.

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