Although the lunar surface appears gray and monochromatic, it contains colors hidden on Earth due to different minerals. These colors are too faint to be seen by the naked eye, but digital images allow astrophotographers to enhance the colors and reveal another view of the Moon. This image is an inversion of these colors, a unique look at our Moon. It was purchased by Noah Kujawski (Lakeville, Minnesota, USA). At the top left of the lunar mineral map is a composite of images of the lunar south pole made on two different dates (giving different views of the region). This is one of the most detailed maps made by amateurs of this part of the Moon, which is very difficult to observe from Earth. The film was produced by Tom Glenn (San Diego, CA, USA). The lower left image shows the craters and mountains of the lunar south pole, including Bailey Crater (with a recognizable basin) on the right. Below Bailey are the Bettinus, Kircher, and Wilson craters. Image purchased by Andrea Vanoni (Porto Mantovano, Lombardy, Italy).
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