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Originally posted by jephers0n
Originally posted by Flighty
I guess that wheels look like we think they are.
But I wonder if the square thing is a box or a brick?
It's neither, actually.
It's totally the 'Monoliths' from 2010.
Jupiter will be turned into a star soon, if that book/movie was right way back then
Originally posted by Salamandrax
The object in the first photo looks quite similar to some quarrying equipment. Not sure what though, used to have a quarry behind my house as a child and all the local kids used to sneak in there all the time. It does look really familiar though, I''ll try and find some pics to back it up.
Great find OP.
Originally posted by mikesingh
Firstly, check out the 'antiquity' of the wheel. It looks hundreds of years old. Pretty weathered!
Originally posted by MMPI2
NASA response to questions about obviously "foreign, non terrestrial objects":
"Well, the first picture is a ZYX widget mechanism from the Turteltraub lunar spankmeister mechanism, the cone looking thing is debris that entered the moon's gravitational pull during a .00515 nanoblastoslap Scooterlucy butt-plugaform solar event, and any other stuff you see up there that doesn't fit with the line of disinformation and deflective attempts we have conducted over the past 40 years -- say, obvious broken machinery, engineered freestanding structures, clearly demarkated roadways -- is some combination of a variety of the above two well-known planetary phenomena. We have just received a 10000 trillion dollar grant to study this from the taxpayers, and will let you know what else we find."
Originally posted by Terces Pot Evoba
weathered?...really? how long has the moon had weather?
JAXA announced a new finding of a gravity anomaly for both the near side and far side of the Moon by using 4-way Doppler observation data from the RSTAR (OKINA) with the main orbiter, the KAGUYA.
Until now, the gravity anomaly of the far side of the Moon has not been understood well. The gravity anomaly, which was obscure before, has been clearly revealed through observations by the Kaguya mission.
For instance, the gravity anomaly of a basin on the far side is found to be characterized by a negative anomaly in a ring like the Apollo basin. On the other hand, the gravity anomaly of the basin on the near side is uniformly positive over the region such as with the Mare Serenitatis.
Thus, the clear difference in gravity anomaly on the near side and the far side has been newly discovered and this fact brings a different story about the structure of the underground and the history of the evolution of the far side and near side of the Moon.
Originally posted by Uberskeptic
First no weathering on the moon cuz no weather on the moon cuz no atmospher on the moon
Second: I vote for 'parts of the lunar lander' cuz it's russian it as too fall apart
I think it would be more strange for a russian prode to land(moon) succesfuly on the moon than having aliens artefacs on its surface