These synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images of the lunar surface were taken by the Mini-RF instrument on the Indian Space Research Organisation’s Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft on Nov. 17, 2008, and are the first data taken by this instrument (also known as Mini-SAR). The spacecraft acquired these data from a 100-kilometer (62-mile) polar orbit and reveal features as small as approximately 150 meters (490 feet) across. Bright areas represent surface roughness or slopes pointing toward the spacecraft. The two north-polar strips have been mosaicked to show the western rim of Seares crater. The mosaic covers an area roughly 80 kilometers (50 miles) long by 20 kilometers (12.5 miles) wide.