Moon Colour

A Project by the Manchester Astronomical Society

Mare Serenitatis 12 January 2006 by Anthony Jennings

The Moon's surface is actually coloured!!! Some colours in certain conditions may be faintly visible to the eye when viewing through a telescope. But to see the colours on the Moon in all it's glory you need to take digital images and process them in a certain way. For more information on this see the Introduction page below and take a look at the image gallery of images taken by members of the society.

This page will serve to display images taken by members and to publish results from the investigation by members of the MAS digital lunar imaging group.

Image Gallery


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