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Center the shape and zoom to about 50 km. Interesting crater.
Let´s see if it has elevation data. Tilt 70 to 75º right mouse and pull. Keep your heading close to 0º (North) Hm. No real elevation to speak of. It looks like Moltke on our NW wants us to have a look.
Originally posted by 12.21.12
Holy crap is that a functional lunar dome?
Saturn 1B (AS-205, CSM-101)
October 11-22, 1968
Walter M. Schirra Jr. (commander), Donn F. Eisele (CM pilot), R. Walter Cunningham (LM pilot)
10 days, 20 hours
163 Earth orbits. First manned CSM operations in lunar landing program. First live TV from manned spacecraft.
Saturn V (AS-503, CSM-103)
December 21-27, 1968
Frank Borman (commander), James A. Lovell Jr. (CM pilot), William A. Anders (LM pilot)
06 days, 03 hours
In lunar orbit 20 hours, with 10 orbits. First manned lunar orbital mission. Support facilities tested. Photographs taken of Earth and Moon. Live TV broadcasts.
Apollo 9 (Gumdrop and Spider)
Saturn V (AS-504, SM-104, CM-104, LM-3)
March 03-13, 1969
James A. McDivitt (commander), David R. Scott (CM pilot), Russell L. Schweickart (LM pilot)
10 days, 01 hour
First manned flight of all lunar hardware in Earth orbit. Schweickark performed 37 minutes EVA. Human reactions to space and weightlessness
tested in 152 orbits. First manned flight of lunar module. Apollo 10 (Charlie Brown and Snoopy)
Saturn V (AS-505, SM-106, CM-106, LM-4)
May 18-26, 1969
Thomas P. Stafford (commander), John W. Young (CM pilot), Eugene A. Cernan (LM pilot)
08 days, 03 minutes
Dress rehearsal for Moon landing. First manned CSM/LM operations in cislunar and lunar environment; simulation of first lunar landing profile. In lunar orbit 61.6 hours, with 31 orbits. LM taken to within 15,243 m (50,000 ft) of lunar surface. First live color TV from space. LM ascent stage jettisoned in orbit.
Apollo 11 (Columbia and Eagle)
Saturn V (AS-506, SM-107, CM-107, LM-5)
July 16-24, 1969
Neil A. Armstrong (commander), Michael Collins (CM pilot), Edwin E. (Buzz) Aldrin Jr. (LM pilot)
08 days, 03 hours, 18 minutes
First manned lunar landing mission and lunar surface EVA.
"Houston, Tranquility base here. The eagle has landed."
- July 20th, 1969
Landing site: Sea of Tranquility.
Landing Coordinates: 0.71 degrees North, 23.63 degrees East
1 EVA of 02 hours, 31 minutes. Flag and instruments deployed; unveiled plaque on the LM descent stage with inscription: "Here Men From Planet Earth First Set Foot Upon the Moon. July 1969 A.D. We Came In Peace For All Mankind." Lunar surface stay time 21.6 hours; 59.5 hours in lunar orbit, with 30 orbits. LM ascent stage left in lunar orbit. 20kg (44 lbs) of material gathered.
Originally posted by Nemesys
Has anyone seen what appears to be a field of pyramids between Promonterium Laplace and Helicon?
My co-ordinates were :
Latitude : 41.2078630154343 degrees
Longitude: -26.2197635489208 degrees
Heading: 33.22 degrees
Tilt: 41.7605075691116 degrees
Altitude: 146.9 degrees
Distance: 190.3 km
FOV: 45 degrees
Terrain Elevation: -3,271.00 metres
Apologies, but I cannot get the link to the snapshot I took to work within this post, but the above is the exact location from where it was taken.
Great post OP! Many thanks, F & S
Originally posted by prevenge
Thats not a moon.
That's a battlestation.
(i have a bad feeling about this..._)
Possibly the strongest evidence for it to be a 'hollow object' comes from the fact that when meteors strike the Moon, the latter rings like a bell. More specifically when the Apollo crew in November 20, 1969 released the lunar module, after returning to the orbiter, the module impact with the Moon caused their seismic equipment to register a continuous reverberation like a bell for more than an hour. The same effect occurred with Apollo 13's third stage which caused the Moon to ring for over three hours. So what's going on with the Moon?
Furthermore, astronauts of Apollo 11 saw a spacefleet of UFOs lined up in a crater. Almost every Moon mission involved encounters with UFOs or UFO sightings, not to mention the discovery of many bases on the Moon's surface. Renowned astronomer Patrick Moore discovered over one hundred dome-like buildings. In fact, about one thousand such bases, dome-like structures of diameter around 700 feet, have been witnessed. Astronomy records extending back 200 years indicate no such artefacts until about the 1950s (remember the book entitledAlternative III?). Many of the UFO encounters by the astronauts were stated to be of a positive nature in which unintrusive assistance was given.
Originally posted by Lee_K
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Originally posted by 12.21.12
Plus those pics you just posted are pretty much indisputable as far as underground cities on the moon go! Is this disclosure? Just why are they realeasing this after all this time and effort they spent covering it up?