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farside

(far -sÿd) See nearside.
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The mystery of the Moon's two faces began in the Apollo era when the first views of its farside revealed the surprising differences.
Army 173d Airborne Brigade Combat Team and allied paratroopers from the United Kingdom and Poland to seize farside terrain ahead of the river-crossing operation.
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[21] reported that occupants of farside sustained serious injuries compared to nearside occupants.
An eventual human return to the moon-call it Apollo 2.0 - should be targeted for the farside. But it is very costly to conduct astronaut landings.
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The maximum-field races at the Royal meeting over six and seven furlongs were run on similar ground to today and the winners of both races were in the farside group, even though there wasn't much in it on either occasion.
"[Imagine] a ball of Gruyere colliding into a ball of cheddar." Nothing of the pancaked, ill-starred, little Trojan moon would remain to remind us of its ancient existence except for the craggy mountainous region on our moon's farside.
The farside is mountainous and cratered, with elevations exceeding 8 kilometers.
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