posted on Feb, 8 2009 @ 03:26 AM
Originally posted by alyosha1981
I thought the video was decent, I'm still looking into the pdf though and trying to make sense of it. There's supposedly another one that NASA keeps
from the public just like all of the other good stuff.
I wasn't criticizing your post, just the video. I've read the pdf before and it's interesting stuff, but wholly inconclusive in the sense that all
you can do is scratch your head. My favorite is the Sartory, Moore, etc from January 21st 1967. That's Sir Patrick Moore (a British Institution) and
the Transient Lunar Phenomena was the first time a group of astronomers had seen it simultaneously.
Aristarchus is a hotspot for TLPs and the astronomer Bartlett occasionally reports them on consecutive nights over a period of decades. Last year I
did some searching to find out more about him or her. Turned up blank. An amateur astronomer I know couldn't identify them either. For some reason,
it appeals to me that this person spent their life looking at the moon and wondering about the Aristarchus Crater. I'm moved, for some reason?!
They are still unexplained, but out gassing of Radon is a strong explanation. A good account is here at
in quite a
literary article. Another pdf (right way up) shows the technical details.