Halfway (Apollo 16 site craterlet name)
Lat: 9.0°S, Long: 15.5°E, Diam: 0 km, Depth: km, Rükl: 45
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According to the online ALSJ (Apollo Lunar Surface Journal) Apollo 16's Hasselblad photograph AS16-109-17769 shows an unnamed crater immediately south of Halfway.
The description from the ALSJ's Apollo 16 Image Library:
- Traverse photo taken on the way to Station 1. An examination of Figure 6-15 in the Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report indicates that this picture shows an unnamed crater immediately south of Halfway Crater. Note the tell-tale dimple crater in the south rim. Note, also, the footprints at the front of the Rover, a clear indication that they stopped so that one of them could get off and take a look at the crater.
The Project Apollo Archive's Hi-Res scan of the above mentioned photograph: AS16-109-17769-HR.
Additional research: Danny Caes
The Landing Site Name "Halfway" is plotted on Site Traverses chart 78D2/S2 .
(no Wikipedia page for Apollo 16's craterlet Halfway).
Astronaut-named feature, Apollo 16 site.
David M. Harland: EXPLORING THE MOON, the Apollo expeditions.
Eric M. Jones: APOLLO LUNAR SURFACE JOURNAL (ALSJ).