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Originally posted by bprintz1
Frankly I am a little shocked that you don't reference him, but maybe you came by it from another source. I believe that he is, however, the originator of this "discovery." Did you spend hundreds of hours scanning the Clemintine material and find this all by yourself?
I usually look forward to your posts, but I find your possible lack of forthrightness irritating and telling. Credit seems due to Mr. Skipper.
Mr. Skipper's site is full of many wonderous "discoveries" to be made by anyone who can endure his wordiness.
Originally posted by Blaine91555
Whatever was there was lifted off or damaged with tape. Ordinary scotch tape most likely. Perhaps a note was taped to it and removed before it was scanned?
Originally posted by Havalon
I just wonder!
If all the images of the moon,
taken from all the different sources,
ie different missions were assembled,
then in theory there should be a way to re-visit some of these blurred co-ordinates and assemble an (un-airbrushed/depixilated) version of the area and amend their library!
That is unless you have the samething to hide in each of the suspect (airbrushed) co-ordinates!!!
Originally posted by wingzero93
reply to post by mikesingh
I hate to say it, but this is the real deal. There is no plausible explanation for this, This is in fact, an object of non-natural formation. Period. Nuff said.