Copernicus Crater from Map A Planet SLDEM data with lighting of the surface using Blender.
An attempt to reproduce the Picture of the Century, taken by Lunar Orbiter 2 in 1966, with the original seen below.
The reprocessed version by the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project.
Another try with blender:
40km Haldane Crater imaged from SLDEM dataset at Map-A-Planet-2. Snapshot in meshlab enhanced in photoshop to bring out the rilles both in the interior and concentric to the crater.
Overhead view from quickmap.
Section of LAC 81 from planetarynames.wr.usgs.gov/Page/Moon1to1MAtlas.
Theophilus and Cyrillus in Maple at scale of about 1:860,000. Model about 240mm across.
Desaturated photo at low angle.
99km Theophilus Crater from the north looking south with 98km Cyrillus. Imaged from SLDEM at Map-a-Planet-2.
Overhead view with south up from quickmap.
Central peaks of Theophilus Crater from the north. Scene roughly 30km square.
62km Krasovskiy Crater right of center with 96km T and 36km J to the left and right. Close-up of LAC 68 imaged from SLDEM at Map-A-Planet-2.
Quickmap view from overhead.
59km Bonpland and 47km Parry Craters with 13km Tolansky crater a bit exaggerated in the foreground. Imaged from SLDEM at Map-A-Planet-2.
The view from orbit courtesy of the ACT-REACT Quickmap enhanced to bring out the Rimae Parry and the rays.
Section from LAC 76. In the Clementine Atlas of the Moon Tolansky is labeled Parry A.
118km Letronne Crater imaged from SLDEM dataset found at Map-A-Planet-2. Snapshot in Meshlab of stl relief file, enhanced in Photoshop. There are a few rilles in the foreground I haven’t seen mentioned elsewhere. The advantage of a southern illumination.
They are not that easy to see even from orbit: The WAC camera view
Here is the same view with the histogram stretched:
Another angle with Gassendi A and Gassendi B.
Apollo 16 view of Letronne Crater.