Lunar landscape. Basalt rocks littering the south rim of the Camelot crater, in the valley of Taurus-Littrow, on the surface of the Moon. The rocks were ejected from underlying lava flows by the impact that formed Camelot about 70 million years ago. Photographed during the Apollo 17 mission of 1972 (7-19 December).
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