Apollo 15 landing site imaged from an altitude of 25 km (M175252641L,R) allowing an even higher resolution view! The Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) is parked to the far right, and the Lunar Module descent stage is in the center, LRV tracks indicated with arrows [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Major milestones of the Gemini flights: Ed White performs the first US spacewalk (upper left), first rendezvous of two crewed spacecraft (upper right), first docking of two spacecraft (lower left), tethering of two spacecraft (lower right) [NASA/JSC/Arizona State University].
Saddle rock, so close! Apollo 14 astronauts hiked up the flanks of Cone crater and got as far as Saddle rock before they had to turn back. A few tens of meters and what a view! LROC image 25 cm pixel scale, image 200 meters wide, north is up [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Small dome in the Compton-Belkovich region (61.33 °N, 99.68 °E). Evidence indicates a volcanic origin for this and other intriguing features in the region. Incidence angle is 64°, Sun is from the SSW, image is ~510 m across. NAC image number M139238146L [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Oblique view of summit area of Tycho crater central peak. The boulder in the background is 120 meters wide, and the image is about 1200 meters wide. LROC NAC M162350671L,R [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].