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Originally posted by zorgon
Well when we do show you pretty good evidence like 300 metre wide walking boulders you ignore them...
so it would seem to me you have already made up your mind and only wish to debate image qualities, not directly the anomalies, for not once in all the pages do you address a direct question of an anomaly other than to state "you see nothing unusual"
Originally posted by VType
Hey guys I was studying Nasa's Whirlwind Moon. Specifically the south pole area's which are littered with annomolies by the way
Originally posted by VType
Hey guys I was studying Nasa's Whirlwind Moon. Specifically the south pole area's which are littered with annomolies by the way and seems a pretty logical area to hide or blend in seeing as its tough from an Earth vantage point to see anything. Well I found some pretty strange findings. I took screen shots in Whirlwind with the coordinates in frame so if some of you sleuths want to mull over them and any available high res pic's showing the southern pole of the moon Id be most gratefull. The first one shows two rectangular objects in a crate casting shadows and the second has a crater within a crater with weird lines or steps in it.
Sorry if the images are too big but seemed around the same size as others poted earlier. And I notice the info overlay didnt show up either. Damn.
I will work on posting exacts tomarrow but should be easily found by the pro's in this forum. Hope these help.
Originally posted by Allred5923
Here's one for the thread, I don't think I seen it posted,
Originally posted by SKMDC1
Lazarus is 100% right. Can we put this moon base picture to bed? Watch the logo...
I didn't even have to change the aspect ratio. It's a straight screen shot off of Disney.
Image Capture—How The System Worked
Once on orbit above the Moon's sunlit side, each Orbiter took pictures via the photographic system's 610 mm high-resolution lens, and via an 80 mm wide-angle medium-resolution lens. Both lenses placed their frame exposures on a single roll of 70 mm film. During exposure, the system moved the film to prevent image blur as the lunar surface sped by below.
On a typical Lunar Orbiter mission, the photographic system provided high-resolution pictures of 4,000 square miles of the Moon's surface with enough clarity to show objects the size of a card table. At the same time, medium-resolution photographs covering 20,000 square miles could be made with overlap for stereo viewing and analysis of surface topography.
Photos were processed automatically by the Orbiter's photographic system as the spacecraft orbited the Moon's dark side. This operation was performed by a KODAK BITMAT diffusion transfer process using 'dry' chemistry. A high-intensity light beam then optically scanned the photographic prints, and the images were transmitted to receiving stations on Earth.
The 1600 pictures captured in total by the five Lunar Orbiters using the ITT photographic system enabled photogrammetrists at NASA and the U.S. Government's Defense Mapping Agency to create accurate maps of the Moon's surface.
About the Lunar Orbiter missions
Launched in 1966 and 1967, all five missions Lunar Orbiter were successful. The missions collectively photographed 99% of the Moon's surface with a resolution of 60 m ground resolution or better. The first three missions, dedicated to imaging 20 potential Apollo landing sites, were flown at near equatorial orbits as close as 22 miles above the lunar surface. The fourth and fifth missions were devoted to broader scientific objectives, and were flown in high altitude polar orbits.
Originally posted by TheBorg
All I can say is WOW!!
I'm curious though, can we validate that any reliable source has a copy of that picture that allred posted of the dark side with the installation from Disney? Aside from Disney, that is?
Also, zorgon, can we get a source for the triple cross picture? I know several people that will be interested in this, should I find a legitimate source for it.
I'm merely needing source documentation for my contacts, as they will be extremely interested in this.
Originally posted by zorgon
WHERE ARE THE HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES....
The results of all space science flight experiments are made available through the National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC). Copies of all Lunar 'Orbiter photographs and background information including photographic system calibrations and photographic supporting data are available from the NSSDC. For further information, scientists located within the United States should address their inquiries to-
National Space Science Data Center
Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, Md. 20771
Originally posted by Allred5923...By the way, "Howdy Zorgon!!!"
Originally posted by ArMaP
It also says:
The results of all space science flight experiments are made available through the National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC).
Access to Archival Materials in the Context of Concern about Terrorism
1. What is NARA doing differently regarding access to archival materials?
In light of the terrorist events of September 11, we are re-evaluating access to some previously open archival materials and reinforcing established practices on screening materials not yet open for research. By identifying records of concern and measures that must be taken to prevent inappropriate disclosure, NARA seeks to reduce the risk of providing access to materials that might support terrorist activity.