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STUDY OF AS08-18-2884, AS08-12-2209, AS08-18-2872 (Moon anomaly)

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posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 06:24 AM
This is the image I am searching for an original copy of

(I think it is AS08-18-2884 or AS08-12-2209. ???)
We have all seen it, and no doubt it's been already discussed.

I am searching for the original images, and or links to better versions than the vomit I have located so far, and cannot locate the good quality one used for the animation shown at top.

Any and all help to improve upon my efforts would be most welcome,
….as I feel that the images I have provided have not only been ‘cropped’, but also blurred and degraded;

….hopefully intentionally, and for good reason.

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NASA Photo ID: AS08-12-2209 File Name: 10074969.jpg
Film Type: 70mm BW Date Taken: 12/24/68
Title: High altitude oblique view of lunar surface taken from Apollo 8 spacecraft
High altitude oblique view of the lunar surface was taken from the Apollo 8
spacecraft looking northeastward. The crater Joliet-Curie, about 175
kilometers in diameter and centered near 94 degrees east longitude and 27
degrees north latitude, is near the center of the left side of this
photograph. The bright-rayed crater near the horizon is probably located
near 105 degrees east longitude and 45 degrees north latitude. Long,
narrow rays that have been reported in the polar region of the
earth-facing hemisphere may radiate from this crater.

*apollo image atlas version
*kSC version


*apollo omage atlas version



This image also has another anomaly present.
(but am not hopefull as I think it may be disinformation, or ‘innocent’ crapness??)

*apollo image atlas version

Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center.


posted on Jan, 26 2008 @ 10:02 AM

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