"Things You Wouldn't Know If We Didn't Blog Intermittently."
I'm fascinated by the ability of the human brain to find patterns. For example, I clearly see two arrows on the far side.The big one in the center points upward and to the right. The smaller one in the lower center has a square head and points upward.
Perhaps because this is a composite image, and not every pass over the surface would have had the same illumination/exposure specifications. (An image of the entire moon would have to be taken from so far away that the camera would be out of orbit, so that's why this is stitched together from a multitude of closer views).
Not to mention the mad staring eyes and the associated think bubble containing "NV51". It's upside down in the bottom right quadrant. Talking of reversals, some of the craters, esp the central ones, look like domes. Turning the image 180° reverses polarity (easier with a tablet than a desktop). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crater_illusion
Makes you glad we have an atmosphere to deflect/absorb all the impacts.
Looks just like the other side, but don't you know the moon flat?
Pah! If you believe in the so-called 'far side of the moon'!!!1!
I wonder who created when the first moon-globe