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Moon flag image by Tomislav Todorovic, 16 May 2015
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Moon Society flag

The Moon Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to exploration of the Moon, introduced a flag in 2006 which is clearly derived from the Mars Society proposal for the flag of Mars by replacing its red, green and blue colors with gray, blue and green, respectively. These colors symbolize the moon dust (gray), water (blue) and vegetation and biosphere (green). The flag was used by the members of Moon Society who were members of the Crew 45 of the Mars Desert Research Station, the research project by the Mars Society. The shades of flag colors vary a lot on its photos due to extremely varying lighting conditions, but comparing with the photos of the tricolor of Mars, which was used at the same time, reveals that the green color has the same, or almost the same, shade on both flags and the blue is lighter on the flag of Moon.

[1] Moon Society website - proposals for the flag of Moon (including the 2006 flag):
[2] Mars Desert Research Station, Crew 45 (MDRS-45) photo gallery:
[3] website - Interview with Peter Kokh, commander of MDRS-45:

Tomislav Todorovic, 16 May 2015