The picture showed the illuminated section of the moon in great precision...
Digital Desk: An astrophotographer recently captured an out-of-this-world clear photo of the Moon, illuminating numerous crater marks and ridges illuminated by the Sun.
On October 1, a Reddit user posted the image with the caption, "One of the sharpest moon image [s] I ever captured through an 8-inch telescope."
The picture showed the illuminated section of the moon in great precision. It shows the moon has more colors, even though it may seem just black and white when seen from Earth with the naked eye.
The image has 62k likes and 1000 comments. The astrophotographer said that they captured the image using a Celestron NexStar 8SE with a Canon EOS 1200D attached to it.
"I started shooting 360 raw images, then I combined them into one to reveal the colour and increase the sharpness as well as the clarity of the surface," Darya Kawa Mirza said, adding, "Keep in mind this is a cropped version of the original one. I mainly use Photoshop to merge all my images."