Here are three frames from the video. The amount of detail is stunning. The first image below is from a video taken within one degree of the North Pole in the "Oceanus Procellarum" - the dark area in the northern left part of the moon as we see it from Earth. Note how the angle of the sunlight at the pole makes for long shadows. Do click on the pictures to see much larger versions. I find them absolutely breathtaking.
The second picture was taken as KAGUYA flew from the south to the north on the western side of the "Oceanus Procellarum." The dark area on the right is the Ocean and the light area on the left is called the Highland. The Ocean is dark because it is made of solidified magma.
The next picture is from the second segment taken in the west side of the "Oceanus Procellarum". The crater in the center foreground is called "Repsold" which has a diameter of 107 km (66.5 miles). The channel which crosses it is called the Repsold Valley.
To watch the video clips, click here (not HDTV quality on your screen of course, but spectacular all the same):
(The clips run one after the other on the same screen.)
The SELENE Mission website is here: