posted on Feb, 6 2019 @ 09:51 AM
Yup - unless you have "Moderator" after your name you don't get to tell me to do anything. Again, another breach of T&C's on your part.
Let's have a look at the latest crock of nonsense. Here's the latest candidate for the frost-tinted spectacles of the OP, first as shown by Kaguya:
and next by Chang'e-2
Now here's the same view as constructed from the relevant topographic data and from the same view as the way it has been presented in the OP image:
No mystery objects.
As for the Lassell Massif area in Mare Nubium, here again is the Japanese data:
and one from Chang'e-2
India has partial coverage
Here's the LRO's 3D view:
Again, no mystery large objects, no large blocks sticking up. The 'red spots' that show up in the image are a construct of the image processing that
has been done, and do not reflect what any amateur can see through a telescope, like this:
and doesn't even scratch the surface of the many other orbital images that steadfastly refuse to show anything remotely like the items you claim are
What you do need to do is explain where you get your images from and how you treat them, because the latest one you posted from that Apollo 11 image
seems significantly different to the original you posted, which already differs from the actual original. You also need to account for the fact that
not one single high resolution image shows anything like you claim. Not one. Only your low resolution over-processed ones. Telling people that it's
some sort of illusion or that some kind of trick is being played does not count as an explanation, it counts as a feeble excuse.
6/2/2019 by OneBigMonkeyToo because: (no reason given)