Yup it's been a busy night. Next up is the Moon, this is composed from three seperate photos - the Moon is too large to image at prime focus.
To the very north you can just make southern rim of Mare Tranquillitatis. Sinus Asperitatis is directly south of it, marked by the funny little crater that looks like it has a tail (pointing to the west). To the south-east, is Mare Nectaris easy to identify thanks to the two large craters to the north-west - Theophilus and Cyrillus.
Mare Tranquillitatis is famous as that's where Apollo 11 touched down. In fact the landing zone is in this image - if you take the two equal-sized craters to the very north, and draw a line down downward and to the right - about the same length as the craters are long wise, that's roughly where Apollo 11 landed.
If you take the large prominent crater Theophilus and draw a line from it's central mountain - to the left and up a tiny bit, you come to another smaller crater with it's western rim lit up brightly by the Sun - carry on going in the same direction for the same distance again and you come to the landing site of Apollo 16 - it's right on the terminator line at the moment.