posted on Dec, 7 2004 @ 05:16 PM
Hey guys... I ran across this on accident:
NASA report TR R-277 is a catalogue of unusual lunar observations that have been made over the last four centuries. Though many of these
'sightings' can be explained as simple meteor strikes... there are several records of light flashes being observed in the same areas for months or
years at a time. The crater Aristarchus, for instance, was observed to 'flash' several times over an extended period... Now, personally, I find it
hard to see how random meteor strikes could hit the same place several times in a row. If any place other than the moon was the subject of these
observations... one might be forced to confront the idea that continous activity of some sort was going on in some of these hot spots.
But what kind of 'activity'? Giant ships being launched, bombs exploding... or just unexpected geological or magnetic events?
Here is a map of the moon that is large enough to give readers an idea of where some of these repeat flashes are occuring: