I report the photos on Jupiter taken on July 18, 2022 between 1:55 and 3:01 UT.
The small object visible from the second frame is Jupiter’s satellite Io
Aristoteles and Eudoxus
Aristoteles and Eudoxus are two craters about 88 and 68 kilometers wide.
The flat area in the lower right is Lacus Mortis (Lake of Death) with the rimae Burg.
Theophilus is a crater 101 kilometres wide, 4400 meters deep and located between Sinus Asperitatis and Mare Nectaris.
It is characterized by a central mountain group that rises for about 2000 meters from the bottom of the crater.
You can see the same crater from an other point of view using the data from Lunar Orbiter 3 at this link in Wikipedia.
The Apollo 11 site
The photo shows the southern edge of the Sea of Tranquility where the Eagle lem of the Apollo 11 mission landed on 20 July 1969 bringing astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the Moon while the Columbia module with Michael Collins on board remained in lunar orbit.
In their honor some of the area’s craters have been named with their names: Armstrong (5 km), Aldrin (3 km), and Collins (3 km).
The Leo triplet
The Leo triplet or M 66 group consists of three spiral galaxies about 35 million light years away: the galaxy M 65 (NGC 3623) at the top right, the galaxy M 66 (NGC 3627) at the bottom right and the galaxy NGC 3628 at the bottom left.
NGC 4565 or C38, known as needle galaxy because of its shape, is a spiral galaxy seen from the side in Coma Berenices.
In the photo there others objects too.
NGC 2903 is a barred spiral galaxy about 25 milions of light year from the Earth in the constellation of Leo.
Kepler is an isolated crater on the edge of the Oceanus Procellarum with evident rays due to the impact of a meteorite.