The image is a mosaic of 24 panels taken with the ToUCam's 640x480 resolution. Each panel is a stack of 500 1/1000s frames, which provided for very low noise levels. The result was then heavily colour saturated and a copy of the original image was added as luminosity layer.
The result is a lunar mineral map which clearly shows the distribution of titanium minerals on the lunar surface.
Mare basalts are generally grouped into three series based on their major element chemistry: high-Ti basalts, low-Ti basalts, and very Low-Ti basalts. While these groups were once thought to be distinct based on the Apollo samples, global remote sensing data from the Clementine mission now shows that there is a continuum of titanium concentrations between these end members, and that the high-titanium concentrations are the least abundant. TiO2 abundances can reach up to 15 wt% for mare basalts, whereas most terrestrial basalts have abundances much less than 4 wt%.