If you were in space, what you would see is dark because your eyeball doesn’t see infrared light. Even the astrophotography that’s done in the visible light spectrum, it’s still not what your eyeballs would see because it’s all way too faint. We have to do long exposures. At best, you would see a black and white haze if you could see it at all. But, Just because it’s not reproducing the experiencing your eye would have, doesn't make the color false. The colors are real, they’re not colors that you can see, but the change in proportion is actually still real. We’re just finding ways to represent that.