These adjoining photographs (last frames of color magazine 34/M) were taken looking south through the 250mm telephoto lens. They show a desolate expanse of lunar badlands on the farside of the Moon.

Latitude / longitude: 6° S / 158° E

In the first photograph, the large 160-km Keeler crater in the center shows terracing and a prominent central peak. The relief, contrasted against the black sky of space, shows the ruggedness of the surrounding terrain.

Latitude / longitude: 6° S / 158° E

The second photograph superbly shows the rugged texture of the desolate farside badlands near Crater Keeler. A sharply defined, steep-walled crater is surrounded by a desolate expanse of lunar badlands on the farside of the Moon. The crater is approximately 12 miles in diameter.

Rubble, probably ejecta material, can be seen on the outer slopes surrounding the crater. (NASA SP-246, p.84)

A larger, more subdued crater is located above the steep-walled crater.