Are there any probes or anything on the moon that has been able to take a picture of a lunar eclipse from the moon? I've been looking for one and haven't been able to find one. I did find this Wikipedia article, List of artificial objects on the Moon, which contains the statement "The only artificial objects on the Moon that are still in use are the retroreflectors for the Lunar Laser Ranging Experiment left there by Apollo astronauts."
And there apparently was a Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package program, but it was turned off in 1977 and doesn't appear to have contained a camera anyway.
So does such a picture exist? I'm sure there's some artwork out there with someone's idea of what it must look like, but I want the real thing, if at all possible.