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far side

The side of the moon that faces away from the earth.

far′side′ adj.


(Celestial Objects) the farthest side, esp the side of the Moon which faces away from the Earth
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At the time, LRO was recording a strip of lunar terrain on the Moon's farside, just northwest of Mare Orientale.
Despite being a good yard inside his goal, incredibly farside linesman Ross Haswell failed to spot it and the away dugout erupted in fury as referee Beaton waved play on.
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In level 30, players will reach the Farside, where you can float when on the moon with a massive sword.
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