Station 6 allowed Apollo 17 astronauts to explore a collection of boulders and regolith that represents the rocks from the mighty North Massif. Five large boulder fragments lie at the base of a long boulder trail, all from a single boulder that rolled down the hill and broke apart. NAC image M134991988R [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
A 78 m diameter crater with distinct dark ejecta surrounding the crater rim. The crater formed in the highlands (31.131°S, 147.536°E) north of the crater Jules Verne, LRO NAC frame M1115555142L [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
The twin GRAIL spacecraft impacted the Moon on 17 December 2012, LROC was able to image the impact craters on 28 February 2013 showing them both to be about 5 meters in diameter. Upper panels show the area before the impact; lower panels after the impact. Arrows point to crater locations [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].