Wreck (Apollo 16 site craterlet name)
Lat: 9.1°S, Long: 15.5°E, Diam: 1 km, Depth: km, Rükl: 45
LPOD Photo Gallery Lunar Orbiter Images Apollo Images Are there really no surface photographs of this crater? Apollo 16's Station 8 seems to have been very near the eastern part of its rim. I have to take a look in David M. Harland's EXPLORING THE MOON, or in Eric M. Jones's online APOLLO LUNAR SURFACE JOURNAL. - DannyCaes Oct 31, 2016
The central one of a triplet of rather dull looking depressions. The other two members of this triplet are called Stubby and Trap.
(no Wikipedia page for Apollo 16's crater Wreck).
The Landing Site Name "Wreck" is plotted on Site Traverses chart 78D2S2.
Exploring YouTube is a most entertaining experience. Especially when one is looking for topics such as MOON and APOLLO.
Certain people on our planet really want to see a wreck at the lunar craterlet called Wreck. Or... they just want to dream about some sort of "possible" presence of a wreck up there, or the presence of a whole lot of "wrecks". Those people have only one goal: to try to prove the so-called existence of remains of alien spaceships on the moon...
Other people say: there are indeed wrecks on the moon, all of them from our own planet... (metallic leftovers and junk from unmanned and manned spaceflights in the sixties and seventies).
A third class of people is not so sure about that: according to them there's absolutely nothing artificial on the moon because unmanned and manned spaceflight missions don't exist... (it should be said: this class is still stuck in the dark days of the mediaeval times).
- DannyCaes Oct 31, 2016
Astronaut-named feature, Apollo 16 site.
David M. Harland: EXPLORING THE MOON, the Apollo expeditions.
Eric M. Jones: APOLLO LUNAR SURFACE JOURNAL (ALSJ).