MOON 'PHOTOBOMBS' EARTH AGAIN IN NEW NASA IMAGE!
The Moon passed between DSCOVR and Earth on July 5th, 2016. In these pictures captured during the four hours period (July 4th at 11.50 PM and July 5th at 3.18 AM), A side of the moon which can't be viewed from Earth has been snapped. This is only the second time in a year, NASA DSCOVR Satellite's Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) captured the moon when it moved in front of the sun-lit side of the Earth.
EPIC constantly captures Earth to help Scientists have a clear observation of Ozone layer, clouds and aerosols. The images it has been producing reflects the changes happening all over the Globe.