This is a photo I took of the last Supermoon. I blew it up and up'd the contrast to bring out the details. Note the sideways "L" towards the
bottom of the moon. I thought it was cool because I don't normally see it. That is all. Peace.
Have any of you ever wondered howcome our scientists can take such awesome pics of other star systems many hundreds of light years away with relative
clarity, yet they fail to capture far more detailed pics of our own moon?
I mean the photgraphic power man has certainly exists...why not aim it at Luna and show us what's really on its surface, but also in proper colour?
I changed the part to a negative exposure. I look at other Moon Photos and it's only very faintly visible, or not there at all. I'm not crying
covere up or anything. I just thought it was a good photo.
edit on 2-10-2014 by Puppytoven because: I wanted to
I think I see the L. There is a crater with lines coming out from it like spokes. The spokes are what make the L shape, correct?
Ah I see you made an image enhancing the crater/spoke area. I guess the spokes are streams of material? Strange crater formation thats for sure... I
guess the asteroid mustve been really big or maybe just really fast?
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