Credit: Donald J. Lindler, Sigma Space Corporation/GSFC; EPOCh/DIXI Science Teams.
NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft has created a video of the moon transiting the Earth as seen from the spacecraft's point of view 31 million miles away.
Deep Impact was the mission that, on July 4 2005, directed an impactor into comet Tempel 1 so that the internal composition of a comet could be analysed. NASA has now redirected the spacecraft for a flyby of comet Hartley 2 on Nov. 4, 2010.
EPOXI is a combination of the names for the two mission components that NASA has planned for the deep impact craft. The first is a search for extrasolar planets, which will be conducted during the journey to comet Hartley 2, is called Extrasolar Planet Observations and Characterization or EPOCH. The flyby of comet Hartley 2, the second mission, is called the Deep Impact extended Investigation or DIXI.
More information on Deep Impact: Deep Impact
Video of deep Impact launch: video of launch.
Video from the impacter hitting Temple 1: Impacter Video