This is the Moon, the Whole Moon and Nothing But the Moon
A huge payoff from the longevity of NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission is the repeat coverage obtained by the LROC Wide Angle Camera (WAC). The WAC has a very wide field-of-view (FOV), 90° in monochrome mode and 60° in multispectral mode, hence its name. On the one hand, the wide FOV enables orbit-to-orbit stereo, which allowed LROC team members at the DLR to create the unprecedented 100 meter scale near-global (0° to 360° longitude and 80°S to 80°N latitude) topographic map of the Moon (the GLD100)! Thanks to Jason Major [at Universe Today] for the very cool headline.