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Web Extra: Portraits of the Moon

Robert Reeves' images of Earth's natural satellite are the epitome of detailed beauty.
RELATED TOPICS: ASTRIMAGING | THE MOON
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Aristoteles Crater (above center) and Eudoxus Crater (below center)
Robert Reeves
In our October 2014 issue, astroimager Robert Reeves described how he creates high-resolution images of our nearest celestial neighbor. Because we had four pages for the story, we could only show you a handful of his great pictures. So, here are 12 more that may help you decide to photograph the Moon yourself some day.
All images by Robert Reeves
Herodotus Crater (lower left), Aristarchus Crater (below center), and the remains of the flooded crater Prinz (upper right)
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