November 19, 2011
The Green Peril
image by Maximilian Teodorescu, Dumitrana, Romania
Just another image with some exaggerated colors of the Moon. The colors are exaggerated, but instead of having the red tones all around, I've chosen the bluish-green colors for the greater effect, which also seem to better show the general differences in the terrain materials. In this manner, our satellite looks a little bit warmer...almost Earth-like. Interesting to see all this ray systems, including the mark of a never-to-be-seen crater from Earth: Ohm. It's mark stretches all the way in the upper part of the image.
November 16, 2011, 22:16 U.T. 90mm Maksutov F/12, DBK 41 AU02.AS, 1500 frames, seeing 4/10. And very cold for my location: -8 degrees Celsius.
Yesterday's LPOD: The Right Side of Hell
Tomorrow's LPOD: A New Lunar Map