Sea of Tranquility,<i> Apollo 10</i> Landing Site photographed May 18, 1969

Sea of Tranquility, Apollo 10 Landing Site photographed May 18, 1969

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This part of the Sea of Tranquility was photographed from the Apollo 10 Command Module and shows the approach to Apollo Landing Site 2. West is at top of picture. The lunar landing site is located near the center of the top edge of the photograph. Identifiable features include Rima Maskelyne Rille I in the foreground; the symmetrical crater Maskelyne X at right middle; the craters Moltke and Moltke 3 in the upper left-hand corner; and Rima Hypatia just left of Moltke.