The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) continues to take images of old lander sites. Here’s the Soviet rover Lunokhod 1 and its tracks. It was the first remote-controlled robot to land on another world: the Moon, in Mare Imbrium, on November 17, 1970. According to Wikipedia, this mission lasted 322 Earth days, with the rover travelling 10.5 km and returning more than 20,000 TV images and 206 panoramas.
On November 17, 1970 the Soviet Luna 17 spacecraft landed the first roving remote-controlled robot on the Moon. Known as Lunokhod 1, it weighed just under 2,000 pounds and was designed to operate for 90 days while guided in real-time by a five person team at the Deep Space Center near Moscow