NASA's Lucy spacecraft captured new high-resolution images of the Moon's Central Highlands surface.
Lucy flew by Earth on Oct. 16 for the first of three gravity assists, the space agency said. "Terminator Mosaic" and single images were included.
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory operated the Lucy Long Range Reconnaissance Imager.
The 1-millisecond mosaic shows the moon's Southern Highlands. This image shows Mare Imbrium and Copernicus.
Lucy image of Mare Imbrium shows 600 miles of lunar terrain.
The space agency also captured a single frame photo of the Lunar Central Highlands, which covers an 800-mile-wide patch near the centre of the last quarter moon.