|Lat: 42.9°S, Long: 100.1°E, Diam: 106 km, Depth: km, Rükl: (farside)|
left: Clementine . right: LROC . Lamb lies at north-east Mare Australe; dark-floored Jenner is seen at left margin.
LPOD Photo Gallery Lunar Orbiter Images Apollo Images (the LPI's list of orbital Apollo-photographs shows only those of crater Lambert at the moon's near side, in Mare Imbrium).
- Wonderful color-Hasselblad photographs of the Mare Australe region (with Lamb) were made during the mission of Apollo 15.
- Apollo 15's Hasselblads on which Lamb and nearby Jenner are visible:
AS15-88-12007, 12008, 12009, 12010, 12011, and 12012.
- The HI-RES scans of the above mentioned six Hasselblad photographs:
AS15-88-12007 HR, 12008 HR, 12009 HR, 12010 HR, 12011 HR, and 12012 HR.
(source: Kipp Teague's Project Apollo Archive)
- Additional research orbital Apollo 15 photography: Danny Caes.
(LAC zone 116C2) USGS Digital Atlas PDF
Sir Horace Lamb FRS (November 29, 1849 - December 4, 1934) was a British applied mathematician and author of several influential texts on classical physics. He is also known for description of special waves in thin solid layers. Now these waves are called Lamb waves.