China moon photo--real but faked

An expert says a photo of the moon from China's lunar spacecraft Chang'e is real but someone on Earth did a bad job of editing it.

A controversy over last week's photo of the lunar surface, allegedly from China's lunar spacecraft Chang'e, appears to be resolved. It's real, but it isn't. An expert says the photo's resolution shows that it is of recent origin. However, for some inexplicable reason, someone on Earth edited the photo and moved a crater to a different location.

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