Deep Impact Spacecraft Observes Moon Passing Earth
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NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft observes Lunar transit of Earth from 31 million miles away.

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The Deep Impact spacecraft was used to inject a probe into a comet to see what materials were below the surface (July 2005). On May 29, 2008 it turned its cameras back to Earth to observe the Moon passing directly in front of the Earth.   Source: NASA
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