Figure 2. is the most common type of enlargement, showing the "Shard" and the "Tower & Cube" to upper left.
Figure 3. is a much greater enlargement.
Figure 4. shows the approximate coordinates in Section 43 (Lalande) of the "Shard" at 3.8 S, 7.5 W. The box to contain the suspected area for some reason doesn't show up on this image in the web page, but is in the original I made. The line represents the top of the "box".The red dot placed there by Lan Fleming shows the location given by Hoagland, the blue dot the apparent actual location.
Figure 5. is Plate 161 which represents one of the best Earth-Based Telescopic Images, found in the "New Photographic Atlas of the Moon". No "Shard" or shadow is noted when enlarged.
Figure 6. is a photo, Plate # 3-22 found in the "Pictorial
Guide To The Moon", where one Lunascan member thought he had found
the "Shard" and its shadow. However, the coordinates are
incorrect and the "shadow" turned out to be the shadow inside a
Mark Carlotto's computer "flyover" analysis
Lalande 43 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7FECjIAjrU&feature=youtu.be The Shard