SHOOTING OUR MOON
It's the official end of the cold war, as jointly announced by presidents George H. W. Bush and Boris Yeltsin. And on its way to Jupiter, Galileo takes a closer look at our moon. The craft is outfitted with a 65-pound solid-state imaging system for the first multispectrum views of the satellite and clearer views of the poles and the far side. This north pole view was assembled from 18 images.