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Originally posted by thedangler
Hitting the main stream outlets would give this information so millions of people who are still asleep and believe everything their governments tell them.
Originally posted by SteveR
Gotta admit, Apollo 15 is a wowzer.
Thanks though. I do all my anomaly hunting by coords, so if you're aware of any more drop me a line.
Clementine completely mapped the lunar surface in 14 discrete spectral bands ranging from the near ultraviolet (0.415 µm), through the visible spectrum, to the far infrared (9.5 µm).
High Resolution Camera - This 1.1 kg camera operates at visible wavelengths (0.415 to 0.75 µm) with silicon CCD technology combined with a compact, lightweight image intensifier.
To provide reliable, solid state, cost effective imaging in the near ultraviolet, visible, and near infrared regions of the spectrum (from 0.3 to 1.0 µm), LLNL designed and built a medium resolution, 0.426 kg camera that uses silicon charge coupled device (CCD) technology. For Clementine, this camera was combined with a six position spectral filter wheel for remote sensing applications and, specifically, for mineral typing studies of the Moon. The image below shows the African continent imaged by the ultraviolet/visible camera at five different wavelengths on a clear day from a distance of 384,000 km.
The African continent on Earth imaged by the ultraviolet/visible camera at five different wavelengths on a clear day, March 13, 1994, from a distance of 384,000 km while Clementine orbited the Moon. (f) A broad band, composite view of the African continent.
Earth-Moon Transit Images:
The two images below are the Earth as viewed by the UVVIS camera while Clementine was in transit to the Moon. - USGS
HST imagery of Aristarchus Crater draped over simulated topography
Greg Shirah (Lead)
James Garvin (NASA/GSFC)
HST: 2005/08/16 - 2005/08/21;
SOURCE: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
Clementine 1998 to 1999???
The Mystery of Clementine Explored - Science Fiction or Truth?
(your going to love this one....)
On behalf of the group, thanks to all the "Silent Watchers"
Happy Holidays to Everyone
From the Pegasus Group
As I said before, it's not my intention to fill this thread with arguments about colour, but since we are speaking of it, I will answer.
Originally posted by zorgonLet me set this to rest once and for all. The data I am going to provide here is taken from the PDF mission report courtesy of the Department of Defense's Ballistic Missile Defense Organization, the very people who funded the mission. One of my contacts linked me to the document so we can lay the color issue to rest.