View of crater Proclus on lunar nearside as photographed by Apollo 15
An oblique view of the crater Proclus on the lunar nearside, as photographed by the Fairchild metric camera in the SIM bay of the Apollo 15 Command/Service Module in lunar orbit. This view is looking north. The Sea of Crisis is at upper right. Proclus, which is 28 kilometers (16.58 statute miles) in diameter, is located at 47 degrees east longitude and 16 degrees north latitude. The Marsh of Sleep is at lower left. A small portion of the Sea of Tranquility can be seen at upper left. The crater Macrobius is located at upper left.
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