posted on Jul, 26 2015 @ 03:55 PM
originally posted by: egidio88
a reply to: zazzafrazz
i just wanna help you guys visualize it better:
OK I'll have a crack at it.
When I look at this, I see the shadow we think is caused by "the rocket" actually does extend out across the moon so it is not a shadow cast by a
levitated/elevated object. So take the wide dark shadow out and look ONLY at the illuminated shape and the "bubbles".
Here you see on the left a raised hill object that indicates the same elevated geology as the "rocket" so take the rocket out as not unique.
IN these 3 stills you see the light reflecting on the ridge either side of the rocket is the same as the light illuminating your anomaly in the same
light reflections indicating they are made from the same geological properties.
The bubble in the back are just two rounded rock formations by the looks of it, but the these 'anomalies' are the only ones I can't really define.
Id ask how big the objects are, Im assuming that can be worked out given your tech, also Id suggest replicating the same shot, assuming you remember
where you were looking at the time
Thanks and great footage, I have started a thread asking for help with telescopes, I'd love you to drop by with some advice!
edit on 26-7-2015 by zazzafrazz because: (no reason given)