Bruce Murray Space Image Library

LROC NAC view of Lunokhod 2 tracks

LROC NAC view of Lunokhod 2 tracks
LROC NAC view of Lunokhod 2 tracks Tracks made by Lunokhod 2 as it tested for variations in local magnetic properties while traversing around a small crater (25.764°N, 30.474°E). LROC NAC image M122007650R, image width 470 m. NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University
Lunokhod 2's tracks
Lunokhod 2's tracks This browse-resolution view of the eastern end of Lunokhod 2's 37-kilometer traverse across the Moon shows that the rover's tracks were still visible more than 27 years after the spacecraft's January 15, 1973 landing. The image is roughly 4 kilometers wide. NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University
LROC NAC view of the SW portion of the Lunokhod 2 traverse
LROC NAC view of the SW portion of the Lunokhod 2 traverse White box indicates the location of the tracks shown in this image. NASA / GSFC / Arizona State University

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