Pretty cool actually.
I had no idea the surface of the moon had such elevation extremes, going from -9000 at the bottom of the "ocean" to +10000m. That's similar to earth... -10902m to +8848m. In fact going off wikipedia and the scale shown in the bottom left of the pic, the moon has a bigger elevation range (that side of it at least) by 138m.
How have they worked out the elevation of 0m "sea level" on the moon?
Anyone know the actual lowest and highest points on the moon's surface?
Alien icon because they are there but too small to see at max zoom of the image.