I spent quite a few days thinking about whether to post this. Many things went through my head. Principally the idea of appearing to be telling people
what to think.
I hope that the way I present this is not in any way offensive to anybody nor is it my intention to be a guide.
After having spent an inordinate amount of time on ATS, and finding a topic that was very interesting to me, I decided to investigate du du du
The topic is a very contentious one, NASA photos.
I particularly chose the LRO pictures because I just love them.
I therefore started at the source, and to cut a long story short, I never got any further.
What happened was simple, I started to go over the pictures and lo and behold, I spotted an anomaly straight away.
You see the little double wheeled thingy?
Well, I just thought that it was an artifact from the scan so yeah.
Then I saw this:
Different background equals different time, right?
I was now excited.
So I continued:
Of course at the time, I really thought that these images were of an anomalous object, I even downloaded the heavy tif files to check and zoom.
I am now convinced that they are in fact simple objects on whatever plates they used to scan the photos. Why am I convinced? Well, if you look closely
at the top left corner, the object always appears in the same place on the grid, if not on the actual photo.
So why am I writing this? The reason is that if you see an object repeated, you should always check more than once.
What is the point here? I suppose it is simply me saying I just started to understand how to
All images available from here: The numbers can be changed from 1000 and up.
There are many images of this "artefact starting from about 1160 to about 1190 or so
edit on 8-6-2015 by Jonjonj because: correction