Moon Camera Has Earth Under Surveillance

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A special HDTV camera on Japan's lunar probe, SELENE, captured the first ever hi-def image of the Earth sinking over the Moon's horizon, released Nov. 13. You can just see the brown shape of Australia on the top left. And click through for a gallery of cool images of last Friday's spacewalk at the International Space Station. Photo by AP/Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency and NHK, HO

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