posted on Aug, 25 2020 @ 10:44 AM
Your oroblem here is that you're restricting yourself to relatively low resolution sources. You could have answered your question in every single case
by looking at higher resolution sources.
As Phage has already pointed out you can see very detailed LRO NAC images under a range of lighting conditions, and you can even generate 3D images to
look at. For example the first 'anomaly' is just the end of a long cliff.
If you'r enot happy with the LRO you can pick from images taken by Apollo, Lunar Orbiter, both of China's lunar probes, JAXA's Kaguya and i fyou're
lucky there's Chandrayaan-1 (to be followed in October by Chandrayaan-2) and also the Soviet views taken by their Zond and Luna probes.
Calling something an anomaly means it has to be out of place, unusual, unexplainable. None of the things in your video fall into that category. Some
are just perfectly ordinary features made to look odd by graphics errors.
edit on 25/8/2020 by OneBigMonkeyToo because: (no reason