The Japanese Kaguya probe, a robot craft currently orbiting the Moon, has some sensors not found on previous space-faring robots, HD video cameras. The amazing video returned is so clear it's easy to mistake for a computer simulation. Kaguya will be ending its Moon mission at 18:30 UTC on June 10 with an impact on the lunar surface. The primary task of Kaguya is to further our scientific knowledge of the Moon's origin and evolution. Props to the excellent Discovery Bad Astronomy blog for bringing this cool video to our attention. In addition to the video above we have a couple more after the break.