As others have noted, it would be really cool, but not $125 million worth of cool. On the other hand, if you are willing to wait a decade or so, it might be a worthwhile thing to bring to the Moon the next time people go there.
Originally Posted by JonClarke
I'm not certain how you'd set it up to be received, since the the ability to receive such data is currently a scarce commodity; but with a little engineering, I'd guess that you could construct something that would transmit data in a form that amateurs with cheap equipment could receive (perhaps modulated into the on-off sequence of an solid-state laser).
You might be able to get something like that onto the Moon at a marginal cost of $1 million per camera (wild guess).
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