posted on Dec, 29 2007 @ 01:00 AM
In AS11-40-5942HR you can see an anomaly in the sky just to the right of the split in the backpack and to the left farther away and a little lower, a
You can also detect just a bit of the gold/brown reflection color in the shadow of the rock at the lower left.
In AS11-40-5943HR there are at three distinct points of blue in the sky to the left of Aldrin.
The one already mentioned and two together a little over halfway between Aldrin and the left edge of the image and about halfway between the surface
and the top of the image.
In AS11-40-5944HR besides the "blue flame" there's a faint white point in the upper left corner of the sky.
And in AS14-66-9302HR there's two points of white/blue adjacent to the third "tic" mark from the left, first row down from the top.
One of the points are above and to the left of the "tic," the other below and just to the right of center of the "tic."
Apart from the evidence of additional reflection in AS11-40-5942HR, and the "blue flame" lens flare, could these points be evidence of actual stars
in the inky lunar sky?