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Originally posted by thrashee
reply to post by ArMaP
That's not the track picture that was posted originally.
I'm looking for the originals of these:
Originally posted by Acharya
I said this in page 7, forget to credit me or did you just miss it, Zorgon?
Originally posted by thrashee
reply to post by Mookite
Forgive my skepticism (see, I'm trying to be more cuddly), but why is this link coming from a website that is "the largest freely available archive of online books about religion, mythology, folklore and the esoteric on the Internet"?
Originally posted by johnthebon
I'm afraid I did not m' Lord!
What does school have to do with my rover remark?
Originally posted by stikkinikki
Please for the love of ALL THAT IS HOLY please, oh please, I am on my knees. What do you think about my idea that the hollow framework looking thingy below the spire matches up pretty well with the ramp between the framework and the spire? Does anyone know of any other images of this site?
Originally posted by Majorwood
So mike were are the HD pics of the moon from Japan of these areas or any areas of weirdness.
Originally posted by ArMaP
I think that crater (the one near the "tracks") may be Moltke, but I am not sure.
Whatever those marks may be, they are not a result of the digitising, that's for sure, and they do not look to follow the ground, they look too linear and constant to be tracks made by something moving over craters and rocks.
and perhaps the most memorable, the unmistakable figure of a
rectangular structure placed squarely in the biggest crater pictured-
the structure looked either very old or under construction, but the
crater had to be miles wide, and the camera angle gave a perfect
Originally posted by Willbert
I was referring to the scale we are looking at on the maps... not how far the pictures were taken. Unless I missed something?
Once on orbit above the Moon's sunlit side, each Orbiter took pictures via the photographic system's 610 mm high-resolution lens, and via an 80 mm wide-angle medium-resolution lens. Both lenses placed their frame exposures on a single roll of 70 mm film. During exposure, the system moved the film to prevent image blur as the lunar surface sped by below.
On a typical Lunar Orbiter mission, the photographic system provided high-resolution pictures of 4,000 square miles of the Moon's surface with enough clarity to show objects the size of a card table. At the same time, medium-resolution photographs covering 20,000 square miles could be made with overlap for stereo viewing and analysis of surface topography
The first three missions, dedicated to imaging 20 potential Apollo landing sites, were flown at near equatorial orbits as close as 22 miles above the lunar surface. The fourth and fifth missions were devoted to broader scientific objectives, and were flown in high altitude polar orbits.
Originally posted by thrashee I tried stripping just the file name off the url to see its context and got a security warning of unauthorized directory access (which, cutely, proceeded to redirect me to the FBI's website).
At the risk of further flaming, I have a general suggestion anyone may wish to pass along to those who run such websites as Pegasus. Why must these sites always look like they come out of a cheesy sci-fi book? Stars in the background, new-age music that loops, bad gif art of mythical creatures. I'm just saying...something neat and professional may help credibility
I saw the following picture of the International Space Station taken by
a ground observer which I thought might be useful to add and compare to
the photos you have posted on the secret military space station:
Your web site is fabulous. Give my regards to John Lear. Thanks.
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Senior Project Manager
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Originally posted by ironorchid
Is anyone biting yet? Please don't leave us hanging like that Mr. Texan.
I was hoping someone with a little more knowledge than I would call you out on this
Originally posted by zorgon
Yes well maybe that site isn't 'hacker friendly' All files are available with context from the menu pages DOH
Opinion noted and rejected... Feel free to create a site yourself and show us how it is done So far you have contributed nothing of value to the thread and as a matter of fact if you were on ignore the thread would be about half the size (I checked )