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Quickmap has recently been updated and now has a feature that lets you fly around any crater on the Moon while you enjoy a 3D view of it.
This it how it works:
Go to http://quickmap.lroc.asu.edu
Select the Lunar Globe 3D projection and a texture that works around the whole globe:
Find a place on the globe to view and start the 3D flight
You should now see a 3D scene like this, spinning around the point where you clicked:
To see the moving 3D scene you can use this link. It's a very long link, but it should get you there in one go:
Just 700 images taken between the clouds to make my best image of this trio.
A first version at 60% :
The big 100 % for details : http://www.webastro.net/upload/images/2382-1496381054.jpg
Rheita E taken before the turbulence calmed it a bit :
This is the first time for this season that I have good conditions for a big Jupiter's image with the 625 mm and some details on Ganymede.