posted on May, 5 2007 @ 09:35 AM
Um, I would just like to point out that if you take the two images above, the study photo and original NASA image, and you overlay the two in
photoshop, you can get ALL of the craters to line up. The only thing is it needs a small amount of top/bottom stretch, equally I might add, and the
ship/anomaly grows fatter.
This all suggests to me that the vido could be real, if the flight-paths were very slightly different in a north/south orientation. I say again, ALL
the craters match for location, but the sun is at a slightly higher angle in the video which explains why some of the smaller craters just below the
anomaly have no shadows in them, hence the slightly different appearance of some of them.
Anybody who could fake this video, getting the craters exactly right, the topography, etc., he could certainly have matched the sunlight and viewing
angle to the NASA released image.
Obviously, if NASA did send up a secret mission they wouldn't release ANY of the images, because they know nerds like us will be poring over them in
minute detail. So, similar flightpath but not identical.
The different angle in some of the shots ties in with the orbit being NorthEast/SouthWest and passing pretty close to directly over the anomaly.
Meanwhile, what is in that original NASA image, even if the video is a hoax?
There is definitely a shadow underneath what is referred to in the ideo as the "nose".