The Aristarchus plateau is one of the most geologically diverse places on the Moon: a mysterious raised flat plateau, a giant rille carved by enormous outpourings of lava, fields of explosive volcanic ash, and all surrounded by massive flood basalts.
A relatively recent asteroid (or comet) slammed into this geologic wonderland, blowing a giant hole in the ground revealing a cross section of over 3000 meters (9800 ft) of geology.
This amazing image was acquired on 10 November 2011 as LRO passed north-to-south about 70 km east of the crater's center while it was slewed 70° to the west. The spacecraft was only 26 km (16.2 miles) above the surface; about two times lower than normal. For a sense of scale, that altitude is only a little over twice as high as commercial jets fly above the Earth!
Not only the crater itself is of interest, after carefully studying the photograph by streetcap1 it shows many unknown and strange objects in the crater, from Ancient settlement, Mining operations, Structures and even a Pyramid.
Here is the video from Streetcap1
The Lunar Pyramid, how to find it.
Link Photo: http://wms.lroc.asu.edu/lroc_browse/view/M175569775