Luna 24 landed on the northwestern rim of a 64 m diameter impact crater, on the volcanic plains of Mare Crisium. Enlargement of lander at lower left, NAC M174868307L [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Lunokhod 1 rover in its final parking place (38.315°N, 324.992°E) on the surface of Mare Imbrium. The inset in the lower left shows an expanded view of the rover. LROC NAC image M175502049RE. [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
Erosional trough (400 m long x 100-200 m wide) on the eastern inner wall of the farside crater Moore F. Morphologically it resembles a martian sapping feature, suggested to form due to erosion by water flowing out of the subsurface. LROC NAC image M128075293R, image width is 500 m, Sun is coming from the lower right. [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].