Originally posted by Allred5923
I finally figured out how to use Photobucket and I went to paint to describe what I see in this picture. As for the LAT/LON, I don't know for sure, I will be exploring the previously posted "Lunar Atlas" to see if I can come across exact coordinates to be able to locate it precisely. There is an earlier post of mine that has it in a gathering of pictures, sorry guy's, I will look into it for more details for it's authenticity. If there is a problem with having this pic posted, "Let me know, I'll file it until I have the back up for it,K?"
I cannot out line the structures I see in the pic. You will see that they are pretty evident though. As you look to the center, bottom right you will see the largest and most pronounced structure, but at the bottom left of the main structure you can see 2 more anomilies that are remarkably close to the large one for design. In the complete upper right hand corner , you can see what seem's to be a "Satellite shaped dish" and under it there seem's to be a chasim with what seem's to be some kind of entrance, if you look closer, there seem's to be 2 square objects that do resemble generators of some sort. Below this structure you can see a colauge of smaller structures all over at the base of the high cliff, and also to the upper right of the main structure.
Like I mentioned before, I am not sure of the coordinates of it's location, but I have'nt given up on trying to find out. If by chance any of you guy's have seen this before and can validate it or debunk it, please let me know.
This is from a Frennch satellite photo of the earth's moon. The arrow shows where to look, I am not sure if this photo will show up thumbnail or not, but if it does, take and copy it and bring it to paint, use your zoom tool, you will see something there that look's like a "Moon Station".
Here is a picture that depict's 2 anomalies, the first to recognize is the center of the crater, there seem's to be, or what appears to be a factory of some sort and below the crater area there is a flying triangular shape, I have ran across alot of these triangular anomalies and I have come to the conclusion there is something to them.IF this picture comes out thumbnail , take it to paint and use your zoom tool to enhance it.
This pic look's as if it is a lunar facility as well,"What do you guy's think?"
The "Tower" from LO-III-84M is easily the most stunning and convincing artifact presented so far by Hoagland. Stretching some 7 miles above the Lunar surface, this enigmatic object defies all natural explanation. The supporting tripodal strcuture is clearly evident in these Enterprise Mission enhancements, as is the stunning "Cube", the top of the Tower.
The overlapping, multi-layered reflective glass-like panes are evident in this close up of the "Cube". Note also the symmetrical geometry of the object and the odd whisps highly reflective material around it.
The "Tower" is also cross confirmed in several other frames taken years later on a different mission, with a different camera and film ...
This image, AS10-32-4856 shows the "Tower" from some 45 degrees to the side of LO-III-84M. The same multi-paned internal geometry is evident, as is the geometric "haze" rising from the surface. These two frames constitute proof that the "Tower" is a real Lunar feature and not a photographic defect.
Below we have reproduced a recent article on the BBC News website (13th June,2000). Are we finally starting to hear the truth?
New evidence shows that the Moon is not a totally dead world as was thought by many astronomers. It does still occasionally stir with activity.
Even though they have been reported from time to time for hundreds of years, claims of changes on the lunar surface have always been controversial. Many scientists have dismissed the occasional reported sightings of glows and mists hanging over certain lunar features.
Light site: The mighty crater Langrenus, 136 km across
Now a French astronomer has obtained some of the best evidence yet that occasionally something does disturb the lunar surface.
It was seen in 1992 by veteran lunar observer Audouin Dollfus of the Observatoire de Paris using the one metre (39 inch) Meudon reflecting telescope. He has only just finished analysing the results, and has submitted them for publication.
On 30 December, he noticed a series of glows on the floor of the large crater Langrenus. They were definitely not there the day before. Professor Dollfus observed them for several days before they faded.
Clouds of light were seen dancing inside the crater. Each time he returned to the telescope, he noticed that the shape of the glows had changed.
He believes that the glows are due to escaping gas that lifts dust above the lunar surface into sunlight. Some lunar observers have expressed surprise that such a mist should have been seen above Langrenus which was not regarded as a prime candidate for lunar changes.
Professor Dolfuss points out that Langrenus, when observed in detail, has an extensive series of fractures on its crater floor and the gas could be escaping from these.
experienced some facets of Shuttle flight that are entirely new. On orbit inspection of the heat shield, manual repairs to that heat shield, and experiments with different methods of on orbit heat shield repair. In addition, Discovery carried over 15 tons of equipment and supplies to the International Space Station ( in the Raphaello MPLM module ), where she was greeted upon arrival by the Expedition 11 Crew. Three EVAs (Extra-Vehicular Activity or spacewalk) were carried out. These involved Space Station repairs, improvements, and attending to heat shield problems. A fourth EVA to repair a flaw in the insulation below Commander Eileen Collins window was cancelled as unnecessary.
"Carlottas moon Picture"
"Although our understanding of the moon has grown and become clearer
from a geological standpoint, there remain mysteries that have not yet been
satisfactorily explained. Laid over the impact basins and maria, the craters
and rays, and other features of a clearly geologic origin are formations
which geologists call "special features". Examples include narrowly
spaced furrows or grooves, crater chains and other structures that repeat
themselves, unusually bright regions, trenches and tubes leading into/out
of craters, straight lines and other highly geometrical patterns on the surface.
There are also lunar transient phenomena --
lights that appear and in some cases move across the lunar surface.
Mark J. Carlotto
Several anomalies within a 300 km strip acquired during orbit 150 have been identified. The region shown in Figure 1 is west-southwest of the crater Endymion on the near side of the moon (latitude 50 deg. N, longitude 50 deg. E). The craters Atlas A and D indicated in the figure are approximately 25 km. in diameter. The total region shown is about 100 x 300 km.
Faint rays can be seen over the entire area. Rays are thought to be caused by material ejected from impact craters. A prominent display of rays can be seen emanating from the crater (A) in Figure 1. Figure 2 shows this crater, which is only a few kilometers in diameter, in greater detail. The rays do not radiate in all directions. Instead there is a gap or shadow from 6 to 9 o'clock. Also the rays appear longer in certain directions than others. Another unusual aspect to this crater is the thin dark line (10 o'clock). Initially the line seems to be a vertical extension such as tower with the somewhat lighter region at 2 o'clock being its shadow. Figure 2 combines two images acquired a few seconds apart to create a stereo pair . Lack of parallax differences between the two ends of the thin dark line indicates that the line is oriented more or less horizontally (i.e., it lies on the surface). It seems then that the dark line is a trench several kilometers long cut into the side of the crater.
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Engineering aluminum can be tricky, and requires and experienced technician who has dealt with the metal. While the reduction in weight is attractive compared to other metals, it is not as well-behaved as iron or steel. Aluminum construction material suppliers can be found online and offer different types of equipment. You may also search for an aluminum castings manufacturer to create specialty parts.
An international group of scientists, mining and aerospace engineers, policy makers, and other specialists met in Golden, Colorado to discuss the use of space resources. Space Resources Roundtable II was held at the Colorado School of Mines, and was sponsored by the School of Mines, NASA, and the Lunar and Planetary Institute. Participants discussed lunar, martian, and asteroidal resources, along with economic and legal aspects of using extraterrestrial resources. This report focuses on lunar resources. Manufacture of useful materials on the Moon, Mars, or asteroids requires extensive use of what we know about those places through studies of lunar samples and meteorites from asteroids and Mars. It is applied cosmochemistry
By weight, moon rocks are about 40% oxygen. By heating the top meter of 1 acre of moon dust to 1300 degrees Celsius, we get 3000 to 3500 tons of oxygen. Every ton of extracted oxygen requires 450 kilocalories of energy. If we increase the temperature (and the amount of energy) just a bit... to 1500 degrees Celsius, we get a lot more than just oxygen.
IRON RECOVERY FROM MOON MINERALS AND
FABRICATION DIRECTLY INTO USEFUL PRODUCTS
Possible mining site on Moon. Exact location is unknown.
Speaking of mining.
The next one's not too clear, but astounding anyway.
Look at the round thing in the crater, and how the trenches run and to what structures.
The moon traveling in its endless path around the blue planet Earth was unaware of the approaching spacecraft. The lifeless planet was incapable of caring that it was the craft's specific target nor did the moon care that a life form from another planet had sent the ship. The spaceship however had a rudimentary intelligence. It knew it was on a military mission and it had a job to do. Retrorockets firing, the craft braked and swung into orbit around the desolate satellite. Dormant electronic systems sprang to life. Cameras powered up and their cold lifeless lenses began scanning the alien surface below. Onboard transmitters greedily sucked up the data streaming from the cameras and hurled it across the vastness of space. Far away, in a dimly lit room, prying eyes watched intently as the images began arriving. The tension in the room was intense, then, almost as one, the watchers leaped up with a shout of triumph! The US Navy's Clementine satellite had successfully gone into orbit around the moon and the personnel in the mission control room were jubilant.
As Clementine continued its mission, mapping the surface of the moon, thousands of frames were sent back to Earth for study. There were many interesting features and some were, to say the least, strange. Below is one of the Clementine satellite photographs.
What is that rectangular feature in the middle of the photo?
Below are enlargements of the Clementine photo. The object appears to have structure. The corners are exactly ninety degrees (right angles). Right angles, as depicted, do not occur naturally, but there they are. Measure them for yourself. Try laying the factory cut corner of a sheet of paper over the object's corners in one of the photos. It will line up precisely.
Judging from meteorite damage, the structure (if it is, in fact, a structure) is incredibly old. It is also very large. The long sides are approximately 40 kilometers in length. If natural, how was it formed? If it is not natural, who built it? When? Why? What is its purpose? Is it a fortress? Is it the remains of a mining operation? Is it a landing site, a spaceport?
Set resolution to 1 pixel=1 kilometer.
Set latitude to -2, longitude to 311
Important, set your monitor to its brightest screen setting.
Some Astounding Lunar Anomaly Images
Below you will find some of the lunar anomalies. These are collected from Nasa, Clemingtine, Hoagland and some other famous sourced. Some of these photos were taken from the Apollo missions from space, others taken from Satellite. I want you to put things into perspective and think about these images after viewing them. 1. They are real 2. NASA feared releasing them because most people would be shocked to find that life did exist on the moon and 3.Keep an openmind these anomalies do not necessary mean they are alien in nature the Nazis were said to have bases on the moon. Consider this other most of the anomalies are glass since they give off reflections. Most of the anomalies are HUGE. The bridge is said to be 12 miles, the shard tower is said to be 1. 5 miles high and there is said to be cities near mountain ranges the size of LA. These are not camera tricks we are viewing here. There is said to be over 400 unexplained anomalies found on the moon thats enough to show me something is or once existed there.
The Castle. This strange object, photographed during an Apollo mission, has been named "the castle" by Hoagland. It seems to have a definite structure, like the remnant wall of some ancient building. The bottom looks as if it has rows of support columns, above which is a high spire. Whatever it is, it's much brighter than the surrounding landscape. Is it just a trick of light and shadow? A photographic anomaly? Or is it all that remains of some rich Martian's get-away retreat?
The next is possibly the Castle Again but this time in the reflection of the helmet. The object is casting a shadow and is above the ground so either its off in the distance or its something hovering. The castle is said to be a 7 mile large structure.
This unusual donut-shaped crater is found in orbit 150 Notice the symmetrical objects that flank the opening on the left side of the crater, and the bullseye-like inner crater, which contains two bright objects in the lower part.
April 20, 1972
Lunar Surface,NASA Apollo 16 photo.
An elongated, glowing white, cigar shaped craft hovering over a crater - or simply a reflection? This photo was taken by Apollo-16 just before the April 20, 1972 landing on the Moon. Down left you see the metallic foot of the Lunar Lander. NASA photo AS16-120-19238 This was taken by Neil Armstrong some say its a shadow but it does show something very solid and long.
below are the shard one of the most compelling of all photos I think. It shows a tower like object rising high above the surface. The shard was taken at many angles and still the same results. The shard is said to be made of glass and about 1.5 miles high. Its also said to contain a symmetrical cubical structure. What's it for we may never know it could be a building, a communications tower but this thing is huge based on how far away the photo was taken from.
The photos below show the hexagonal craters side by side. They also show rectangular ruins and a grid like patter for a city similar like LA when its viewed from high above. These once again are not natural formations. The moon is full of craters yet you got these rectangular like structures interesting indeed.