This looks like a jawbreaker.

What is the Moon made of? We cannot see. 

Mapmakers used old and new pictures taken from space. They added color. Bedrock is tan. Craters are purple. Plains are blue. Lava is red.

 

READ MORE: Mapmakers from the U.S. Geological Survey in Flagstaff, Arizona, released new maps of the Moon in April. The colors stand for the materials and landforms like mountains, craters, ridges, rocks, and lava that make up the Moon. This new mapping could show where a spacecraft might land safely or where Moon explorers might find useful resources. Psalm 104:19 says, “He made the Moon to mark the seasons.”