The moon reveals it’s rarely seen dark side by photobombing stunning timelapse

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The Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) captured a stunning timelapse of the earth.

But midway through the moon photobombed the timelapse and gave us a unique look at the moons rarely seen dark side.

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The timelapse was taken over 3.5 hours and because the moon is “tidally locked,” with one side permanently facing Earth, the lunar farside remains unseen from Earth without the help of satellites.

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