NASA's inventive satellite which passes quite close to the Moon

NASA's inventive satellite which passes quite close to the Moon, has more than two million stars



WASHINGTON: A recently launched planetary satellite NASA has successfully completed its goal of flying near the Moon (Flyby). This satellite has passed about 8,000 kilometers from the moon and sent a picture that shows more than 200,000 stars. During the passage of the satellite, it helped to gain gravity, in which Transit Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TES) reached its last working class.

 During the introduction of the camera, the science team used a camera from four of Tess to capture the photograph of this contact for two seconds. Focusing on the southern constellation Centaurus, this picture shows more than 200,000 stars. At the right corner of this photo, the Colosse looks at the nebula, while the bright star Beta Centaur can be seen on the lower left corner.

Through the four cameras of Tess, the sky in this picture is expected to capture 400 times more skies.

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