Shackleton Crater with the sun 30 degrees above the horizon, illuminating the floor of the crater. From LDEM_875S_10M.JP2 produced by the LOLA science team; reduced to 100 meters per pixel.
10 km square view of floor of Shackleton Crater at 10 meter resolution. Spires are sensor artifacts when a mirror-like surface overwhelms the sensor. Glare ice? Sunlike illumination is at 20 degrees elevation.
6km square image of Shackleton Crater floor at 5 meter resolution. Sunlike illumination at 15 degrees above horizon. Opposite field of view from above. I still like the top of the mound as a landing site and base.
Camera down in the crater.