A new telescope system has managed to capture the highest resolution image of the Moon ever taken from Earth using radar technology.
The resolution of the resulting image is five meters by five meters and contains roughly 1.4 billion pixels.
Radar image of Tycho Crater.
In January, researchers tested the system by taking a radar image of the Apollo 15 landing site, proving that they could, in fact, take high definition images from Earth.
The radar image of the Apollo 15 landing site.