We can distinguish more than 40,000 craters with a diameter of more than 100 metres on the front side alone with terrestrial telescopes.
The moon has a multitude of surface features. We can already see the most prominent of them with the naked eye. The craters on the moon’s surface are visible with simple binoculars. And with a telescope we can not only see the size of the crater, but also gauge its depth. Our surface inspection system works similarly. Conventional systems show mechanical impressions in the surface of a slab in 2D. We reliably show you the depth and volume of the defect or, to be precise, the high-resolution 3D contour of the slab surface. Learn more in our next Newsletter.
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