Especially cool that you labled the Apollo landing sites!
Yeah, that was fun. The point of the arrows are actually within a few pixels of the landing site - as close as I could get with this resolution. I checked them against a lunar atlas and measured against nearby craters for reference.
To give you an idea of the scale of that image, if you look at the Apollo 11 site and follow to the left and slightly up you'll see two craters side by side. Those craters are about 30km across each, so the resolution in the image is about 1.5km/pixel.
Here is a closeup image using the 2X barlow so you can see the maximum resolution I can attain with this setup (I think this shot was slightly out of focus, though):
This is a region called the "Lunar Apennines." If you look at the Apollo site image, this is the area where Apollo 17 landed. You're looking at a mountain range on the moon. The Apollo landing site is in darkness here, but it's just beyond and to the left of the gap in the range.
The resolution in this image is about 1 km/pixel, as far as I can tell. The big crater to the top right is Aristoteles, and it's about 87 km across.
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