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What is on the Moon ?

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posted on May, 21 2008 @ 03:07 AM

I was playing with MS's new "World Wide Telescope" software, and was a little suprised at what I saw:

Please tell me if this could be an air brush, or just an artifact. Thanks.

you can get a higher quality file here:

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posted on May, 21 2008 @ 06:41 AM
Weird. Looks like someone is hiding something to me.

posted on May, 21 2008 @ 10:06 AM
They are probably just black spots due to no data. The images used in that program appear to be from the old clementine mission. Is there a way to tell us exactly where on the moon you are looking so we can find better pictures to compare with?

posted on May, 21 2008 @ 10:17 AM
WOW what a find
Looks like someone has gone to great lengths to hide something. Can't wait to hear what others think.

posted on May, 21 2008 @ 10:19 PM
well all I can say is if you open up the software you should be able to see these "artifacts" pretty quickly, there are many of them in the imagry the program uses right now......

the starting coordinates according to the program on that clip are:

Long: 127:39:00
Lat: -74:00:08

posted on May, 21 2008 @ 10:31 PM
Man, that was like watching Cloverfield after eating way to much Pizza and a quart of Dr. Pepper. and taking a bumpy ride home in a bus on the way back down from lake Titticocka in Peru.

I'll stick to the nice stills (Mars statues )

But, I agree with poster above, just loss bits and low resolution.

posted on May, 21 2008 @ 11:36 PM
reply to post by ats__fan039

Great work. There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that there are indeed objects on the moon that they are trying to hide.

The following photos are from Clemetine Luna Image Browser : Navy satellite

Enter the data:
1 pixel = 1 km
resolution 256x256

longitude 1
latitude 311

Otherwise try direct link ensor=UVVIS&filter=415_nm


lat: 64
long 265 sensor=UVVIS&filter=415_nm

lat: 70
long:240 sensor=UVVIS&filter=415_nm

lat -72
long: 108 &sensor=UVVIS&filter=415_nm

lat: -70
long: 137 &sensor=UVVIS&filter=415_nm


The “Behold a Pale Horse” lecture by Bill Cooper
has photo after photo of anomalies on the Moon - some of them taken from:
The Moon as Viewed by Lunar Orbiter (warning 300 MB)


However you'll have to search out the NASA photos yourself because I simple don't have the time. You can watch Behold a Pale Horse though.

Google Video Link

Apparently by 2020 there will officially be bases on moon.

There is so much evidence floating around the 'net that it is beyond a joke to deny they aren't there already it though.

Your vid adds to it. Well done.

ed: spelling and tidy up

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