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The "Shard," as Hoagland named it, projects from the lunar surface like a ruined spire. If it is a real object, it would be approximately 1 mile high. While it is a small feature on the photograph, it is still approximately 15 times the resolution of the camera in height.
To the immediate left of the Shard, a feature Hoagland calls the "Cube" appears to hover in space. A faint "tail" can be seen extending for a short distance toward the lunar surface, suggesting that it might be supported by some unseen structure, perhaps consisting of narrow supporting members that are below the resolution of the photograph. This feature has a width approximately 8 times the size of the smallest feature resolvable by the camera.