False colour topographic Moon (elevation)
False colour topographic Moon (elevation)
False colour topographic Moon (elevation)

False colour topographic Moon (elevation)


A "rainbow" Moon globe!

Based on the Clementine data this "false colour" colouration is a representation of global elevation differences mapped to a gradient. From white for the highest peaks, to red and yellow, to blue and purple for the lowest plains and crater basins.

Such a globe can allow someone to quickly get a feel of the moon's overall geology vividly showcasing the difference between the smooth and relatively uniform mare of the near side and the heavily cratered and highly elevated chaotic terrain of the far side.

Like the LPF Moon globe, this globe features anaglyph relief detail.