On February 1, 2014, as Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter approached the north pole, it rotated to catch a view of Earth rising above 180-kilometer Rozhdestvenskiy crater. Twelve such Earthrises happen each day for the spacecraft, which is in a polar orbit around the Moon. (NASA caption)
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Bill Wheeler: "There we are. What a wonderful photograph!"
Aashish Sharma: "I think I want a print of that hanging on my wall, because I can't stop looking at it! :-) "