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NAC Anaglyph: Planck B Fractures
Undulating floor dissected by fractures (or rilles) in Planck B crater [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
NAC Anaglyph: Eastern Abbe H
The rim of Abbe H, cutting across the center of this image, displays terracing (top left) common among complex lunar craters [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
NAC Anaglyph: Aitken Lobate Scarp
Lobate scarp in Aitken Crater, on the lunar farside [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Mt. Marilyn: Navigating to the Surface
NAC mosaic of Mt. Marilyn, a key navigation landmark during the Apollo 11 Moon landing, scene is 30 km wide.
Looking Over The Limb
The Earth straddling the limb of the Moon, as seen from above Compton crater. The large tan area in the upper right is the Sahara desert, and just beyond is Saudia Arabia. The Atlantic and Pacific coasts of South America are visible to the left. WAC E1199291151C (Earth only), NAC M1199291564LR (Earth and Moon); sequence start time 12 October 2015 12:18:17.384 UTC [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Found! Apollo 16 S-IVB Impact Crater
Newly discovered Apollo 16 S-IVB stage impact crater, image is 400 m wide, north is up (M183689432L)
Dome in Mare Vaporum
NAC anaglyph of a prominent volcanic dome in Mare Vaporum [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
NAC Anaglyph: Aristarchus Rille
Vallis Schroeteri, a large lunar rille, winds its way across the Aristarchus Plateau. At this location, Vallis Schroeteri is nearly 4.5 km across! Note the smaller, more sinuous rille nested within the larger rille [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
NAC Anaglyph: Lobate Scarp near Van der Waals K
A lobate scarp near Van der Waals K Crater [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
NAC Anaglyph: Oppenheimer U
Crater floor fractures - curving depressions in the floor of Oppenheimer U [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].