NASA's Orion spacecraft sent new stunning video back to Earth during a close flyby of the moon during the Artemis 1 mission.
Two very large lunar craters that are miles wide can be seen in the video.
While NASA didn't reveal the names of the craters in posts to social media sharing the video, Space.com reported that journalist Philippe Henarejos believed one of the large divots seen in the video is the 19 mile wide Kepler crater.
It is located near the landing zone for Apollo 12 in the Ocean of Storms area.
Also in view near the horizon is Gassendi, a nearly 69 mile crater.
Hanarejos said in a tweet that both can be seen from Earth using a small telescope.
The nice crater, with bright ejectas all around is Kepler (31 km, in the Ocean of Storms)... And the other one, much larger, seen near the lunar horizon (above the solar panel) is Gassendi (111 km id diameter). Both are visible from the Earth through a small telescope.— Philippe Henarejos (@Philhena) December 5, 2022