The brightness of the moon is mainly determined by iron if the iron content is high, it will be dark, such as the moon sea.
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The brightness of the moon is mainly determined by iron: if iron content is high, it will be dark, such as the Moon Sea; if iron content is low, it will be bright, such as the Moon Land. The tone is related to titanium: if the titanium content is high, it will be blue, such as the large blue sea, the half blue sea of Jiuhai (bottom) and the rich sea (bottom right), while if the titanium content is low, it will be red because of the iron content, such as the orange sea and the dangerous sea. /@Iceland Highway 1: Why is there a large blue area?
ForwardSteed's NeckIn fact, the best time to enjoy the moon is not the full moon night, but the half moon. For example, on the night of Laba Festival, it was almost half a moon, but near the demarcation line between light and shade on the moon, you can see countless craters, large and small, with distinct outlines in the oblique sunlight. Also, do you see the "X" about a quarter below the dividing line? Old Rule: The picture is too big. Only when the original picture is saved to the mobile phone and opened from the album, can it be clear! uuuuuuuuuu