Detail of and into the commander's observation window. Some of the ceiling of
the LM can be seen, although it's fairly washed out by the interior lighting.
I'm uncertain as to the heritage of the observation window: On manned lunar
modules, the commander's window had a "landing point designator", a series of
markings on the window (as shown on the commander's window on LM-9 at Kennedy Space Center) which were used in
conjunction with the guidance computer to assist the commander in choosing the
exact landing point. However, as LTA-8 was never destined for flight, it may
have lacked the LPD.
Dominating the right side of this photo is one of the reaction control system