posted on Jun, 20 2006 @ 01:52 PM
I've started looking at what others claim to be pyramid structures on the Lunar surface.
This image from NASA is near the crater Pythagoras.
A claim made at holloworbs.com states.
Below is a picture of pyramids on the border of the lunar crater Pythagoras. There is a certain order to their arrangement. There is a similar
grouping of pyramids, also exhibiting arrangement, in the crater Aristillus. A lone mount, called Monte Pico, exists in northern Mare Imbrium; Monte
Pico is interesting because it is 2 miles high and as much as 18 miles long, also because of its pyramidal shape.
I've pulled up more recent views of the area from the Clementine mission.
And though I've examined the crater at high resolution and from every angle, I don't see this feature that is claimed to be pyramids.
I looked up the original Apollo image from NASA (AS11-38-5564) and it really doesn't look like the same area that holloworbs claims to be
I'll let you guys look over the images and see if you can spot anything I'm missing.
And I'll continue to look up other areas that are supposed to have structures.
Edit: Is there some way that the large image of the entire moon could be resized to better fit the page ? It's made the page too wide.........
[edit on 20/6/2006 by anxietydisorder]