Rainbow Moon

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24 Responses to “Rainbow Moon”

  1. Anonymous says:

    that’s no moon…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Didn’t Ted Turner do this on an early episode of Family guy?

  3. Thorzdad says:

    So, this is an industrial map showing where to dig for different elements?

  4. Meltron3030 says:

    I’m fairly certain that moon is where Fruity Pebbles are harvested from.

  5. Daemon says:

    The moon is so gay. No, really…

  6. Brainspore says:

    I’ve had enough of this astro-vandalism. It’s gotten to the point where you can’t put up a white natural satellite anymore without taggers covering the whole thing with paint.

  7. Michael Smith says:

    Reminds me of Apollo 17 where Harrison Schmitt found orange soil in the rim of a crater. Right after that Ron Evans, the command module pilot started seeing orange crater rims all over the place from orbit.

    Nobody had noticed the color before.

  8. TurbineTech says:

    That doesn’t hold a candle to double rainbow moon… Just sayin…

  9. Xeni Jardin says:

    OH MY GOD SO INTENSE

  10. Gulliver says:

    Oooooooohhhhhh!!! :O

    You bring us the best pictures, Maggie.

  11. freshacconci says:

    That’s so cool. Maybe we can do this for real. Just think of the night sky.

  12. hassenpfeffer says:

    Rainbow moon following the rediscovered rainbow toad. It’s gotta mean *something*…

  13. Anonymous says:

    I feel a little dumb. I had no idea there was lava on the moon.

  14. hassenpfeffer says:

    Ooops, got my sites crossed; the rainbow toad does not appear to be mentioned on BB, but you can learn about it here: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2011/07/lost-rainbow-toad-found-after-87-years/

  15. mappo says:

    It’s proof of my theory that the universe is actually a giant bowl of Lucky Charms. Repent, for the milk is near!

  16. anharmyenone says:

    The moon is a harsh mistress.

  17. nemryn says:

    Rainbow Dash x Princess Luna? Sure, I can kinda see how it works.

  18. jphilby says:

    What? No water? Gosh for 20 years all NASA wanted to tell us about was all the water on the Moon. They even spent $78M to make a big, big public splash about all the water (all 200 pounds of it). And now they release a picture with -no- indication of where all the water is?

    On the other hand, it’s important to most of us who plant to mine the Moon to know where the titanium is. As soon as we figure out how to squeeze all that water out of the rocks into bathtubs.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Why do I think I hear the faint chant of “Drill Baby Drill!” in the background? :(

  20. Anonymous says:

    “Rainbow Moon”- now I know what to name my first-born boychild. Thanks, Boingboing!

  21. CountZero says:

    I wish it really did look like that. Just beautiful.

  22. Mark Crummett says:

    It’s about time we saw a color picture of the moon!

  23. wkiernan says:

    That’s a scone, not the Moon!

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