Within the virtual exhibit, you will find some truly spectacular images. Some of my favourites are highlighted below.
Giordano Bruno is one of my favourite craters (of course, I covered it in one of my earliest Planetary Geolog posts). This image shows the crater from an oblique angle, which highlights the topography of the rim and floor features of the crater. The sunlight also shows off the interesting landslides on the crater walls.
Image Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center/Arizona State University
I hope these few examples will inspire you to explore the virtual “A New Moon Rises” exhibit yourself and find your own favourites.
A New Moon Rises: New Views from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera. Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum On-line Exhibits, Accessed May 31, 2016.