A beautiful rendering of the mineral content of the moon. The image is a compilation of 53 photographs taken in 1992 by the Jupiter-bound Galileo spacecraft.
“The pictures were recorded through three spectral filters and combined in an exaggerated false-color scheme to explore the composition of the lunar surface as changes in mineral content produce subtle color differences in reflected light. “
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