The video above shows a surfaces of the Moon that haven’t seen sunlight in billions of years.
Admire the topography details from the Orientale Basin—one of the Moon’s largest impact craters—and the Shackleton Crater, “where an artificial light reveals topography that hasn’t seen sunlight in billions of years.”
There’s also Tycho Crater, with its “central peak and close-up shot of the central boulder.” And the landing site for Apollo 17, the last manned mission to the moon: the Taurus Littrow valley. And Mare Serenitatis too, and the Compton-Belkovich region and the Jackson Crater and the Tsiolkovsky Crater.
Oh, and for all you conspiracy theorists out there, notice that at around 6:31 in the video that you can see the lunar lander, the rover, and even the astronaut’s footprints in the Moon’s regolith from our oft questioned moon landing. It certainly makes the conspiracy pretty hard to stand behind.