For the first time in my life there is something operating and moving under human control on the Moon.
Last night I was out looking at the Moon and remembered the Change'e spacecraft. I did a quick Google search on my iPhone and found that the planned landing site was in Sinus Iridium. Even though that area of the Moon was not favorably lit, I still imagined the lander sitting there and the rover moving around.
Well, I was little annoyed to learn this morning that I was looking in the wrong place!
As we now know, Chang'e actually landed a bit to the east of Sinus Iridium in Mare Imbrium at lunar coordinates 44.1260 N, 19.5014 W.
Using the interactive LROC images at Arizona State, I found the lander's position and made the following images, each one more zoomed in than the last. The lander's position is marked with the red cross-hair.
Flip/rotate as you need for you optics and enjoy!
First the "wide angle view":