From the August 2014 issue

Web Extra: Portraits of the Moon

Robert Reeves' images of Earth's natural satellite are the epitome of detailed beauty.
By | Published: August 25, 2014 | Last updated on May 18, 2023
Aristoteles Crater (above center) and Eudoxus Crater (below center)
Robert Reeves
In our October 2014 issue, astroimager Robert Reeves described how he creates high-resolution images of our nearest celestial neighbor. Because we had four pages for the story, we could only show you a handful of his great pictures. So, here are 12 more that may help you decide to photograph the Moon yourself some day.