The Earth has only one natural satellite, which is the Moon. The surface of the Moon has a lot of lunar craters.
The lunar crater is a deepening, it often has a form of a bowl. The most part of craters are shock craters, but there are also volcanic calderas. The most part of craters, which are in the surface of the Moon, have never seen the light. The most part of craters, which are in the surface of the Moon, have never seen the light. But it doesn’t disturb the Lunar orbital probe (to Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter or LRO) to shed light on the most dark and mysterious parts of the surface.
The lunar orbital probe (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter) is the automatic interplanetary station of NASA, an artificial satellite of the Moon. This station started its action at 2009. There are six scientific tools in the station. The purpose of the station, is to study the lunar topography in the measurement of radiation on the lunar orbit. At the beginning of the 2012 opened the deposits of water ice, which composes walls above Shackleton’s designated crater.