The Lunar QuickMap releases in the past year include multiple powerful new features, along with many new and updated data layers. This update continues expanding the numeric data layers that are available; at the same time providing powerful new tools to access and analyze that data, including interactive inspection of values and data cube extraction. ( https://lunar.quickmap.io )
It also includes QuickMap TerrainShadows (QTS) - a browser based application capable of rendering terrain shadows. Its goal is to simulate illumination conditions at any location on the planet. It has been optimized to handle the case of highly tangential light at the poles or at the terminator. (tutorial)
Among the numerous features added, the following is a list of the key ones:
QTS-2D simulation of compound sources of illumination over Malaper-Massif during Dec/2022. At the poles shadows can originate over hundred 100 Km away.
QTS-3D simulation of solar illumination over the lunar south pole during Dec 2022. At the poles shadows can originate over hundred 100 Km away. Sun and Earth are visible in the horizon.