Astronomer Andrew McCarthy, known as cosmic_background on Instagram, highlighted the things that the human eye cannot see, in an image of the surface of the moon, where the image was created through a light layer treatment to enhance the contours of the moon, and this image in color shows the places where magma once flowed. And what you would look like with the added super vision.
Moon look in color
“I feel this image shows colors and features in a unique way that I have never seen before,” said the astronomer. Andrew is known for his outstanding astrophotography and recently took a snapshot of the International Space Station passing through the moon.
McCarthy explained that the rare shot of the station’s redirected view immediately became one of the favorite shots, and what made this image so great is the direction of the International Space Station at the time it was taken and the “to the second” resolution that McCarthy took for the lab as it went through the Copernicus crater on the moon. .
This lunar impact crater can be seen with binoculars slightly northwest of the center of the hemisphere facing the moon, and the solar panels, which are usually flat on each side of the station, have been seen moving at different angles due to the space walk, adding to the uniqueness of the previous image of the moon.