These mosaics cover from 70° to the pole for both the north and south polar regions.
NASA Radar returns first high-resolution view of an unusual crater near Moon’s north pole
Using data from a NASA radar that flew aboard India's Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft, scientists have detected ice deposits near the moon's north pole.
Mini-RF has imaged this unusual crater in Mare Nubium that shows a bright pattern of ejecta around the crater, but with an excluded zone in one sector.
This spectacular image strip across one of the most volcanically active regions of the Moon, Oceanus Procellarum.
The sinuous rille Rima Hadley, site of the Apollo 15 mission to the Moon in 1971.
Two Mini-RF S-band zoom radar image strips showing close-ups of crater Aratus, Manilius, and an unnamed fresh crater 2 miles in diameter.
Mini-RF S-band zoom radar image strip through central Mare Serenitatis on the near side of the Moon.