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Clementine was jointly sponsored by the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization and NASA. The BMDO assigned responsibility for the Clementine spacecraft design, manufacture, integration, and mission execution to the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL). The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) provided lightweight imaging sensors developed under the sponsorship of BMDO.
Originally posted by TheOne1989
Ya think what else would those blurs be by the way, what is the explanation for those blurs.of
Originally posted by Quackmasterthe so called structures all ways seem have been captured in a perfect X-Y axis?
I am no astronaut, but I am guessing that the chance of all the subject matter on the moon that you all seem to having kittens about hasn't been been set up so that it fits the perceived X-Y axis of a ship or telescope that passes or points at the moon.
Originally posted by 7Ayreon
I just contacted NASA public inquiries and asked them that question myself! There has to be an explanation, I'm eager to find out what rediculous answere they'll respond with.
Originally posted by UniversalFunk
While the pictures do make you stop and scratch your head, there still is the question as to why these pictures would ever see the light of day.
Originally posted by ConfederacyOfUnity
im not one thats really good at photoshop..but is there a way to remove the air brushing?
Originally posted by ArMaP
This is the first photo when viewed with the new version:
This is the second photo:
This is the photo posted by ZoooMer:
And why is everyone blaming NASA on this case?
The Naval Research Laboratory is not affiliated in any way with any organization selling lunar property or acreage on the moon. NRL has no involvement, either officially or unofficially, in providing "after-sales service" for the purchase of lunar property from the Lunar Embassy, its franchisees, or any similar organizations. Disputes arising from the purchase of lunar property from such organizations must be resolved with the seller directly.
Originally posted by laiguana
What I want to know if anyone here has a powerful enough telescope to see the moon in detail. I have a telescope, but it was for looking at mars and it's pretty powerful because I could see craters and what not on it. But I'm considering taking a better look at the moon for any 'anomalies'. Are these anomalies on the moon on the side facing away from earth or does anyone know of any that are borderline? Because I seriously think if you have the right telescope to see such things you can find them yourself.