Until today, all of the images I have seen from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera have been looking
straight down from orbit. This has yielded the highest resolutions - sometimes better than .5 meters per pixel.
Last month, LROC slewed its Narrow Angle Camera to the side and took a spectacular oblique image of the central peak in Tycho crater.
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