The first photos from NASA’s latest moon mission have just arrived and show some of the Apollo landing sites in just enough detail.

This one from the Apollo 14 site shows a bit more detail than the rest but they were all taken with the sun low on the horizon which means that the landers stand out because of the long shadows they cast:


The spacecraft is still in an elliptical orbit which means the photos from different sites show different detail, averaging about four feet per pixel. When it achieves its final orbit height of 31 miles it will be able to achieve a resolution of around twice what it is getting at the moment.