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These colorful planetary maps look like pop art

This image may look like a splatter of abstract digital artwork, but it's actually a map of the far side of the moon. A far cry from the monochromatic topical maps that we're used to seeing, these colorful maps instead document the surface reflectivity of geologic features throughout our solar syste...
  • victoria l outerbridge

    Artistic Planetary Maps of our Solar System

  • Pixellogo

    Map of Ganymede, Jupiter's largest moon | These colorful pictures are no other than extra-terrestrial cartography, maps of different planets and moons that have been explored to comprehend in a better way the elements of the universe #cartography #design

  • Robin Maker

    These images may look like colorful abstract artwork, but they are in fact maps of the planets, moons and asteroids in our solar system created from information collected by spacecraft and telescopes. The different colors correspond to different structures and features such as basins, craters, mountains, and plains.

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This image may look like a splatter of abstract digital artwork, but it's actually a map of the far side of the moon. A far cry from the monochromatic topical maps that we're used to seeing, these colorful maps instead document the surface reflectivity of geologic features throughout our solar system.

This image may look like a splatter of abstract digital artwork, but it's actually a map of the far side of the moon. ...The different colors on these maps correspond to different features on the surfaces on the moons and planets throughout our solar system — such as basins, craters, mountains, and plains.

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This incredible work by Zaria Forman looks unbelievably realistic! If we didn't know better, we'd think these drawings were actual photographs. Click to see more of her work.

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poboh: Winterliche Landschaft mit zugefrorenem Altwasser und Figurenstaffage, Johann Jungblut. Germany (1860 - 1912)