posted on May, 28 2009 @ 04:27 PM
Last year I was researching the supposed "cigar shaped craft" on the far side of the moon spotted by Apollo 15 back in 1971. See image here
Scroll to the right just past the large crater at the center of the image you can clearly see the cigar shaped object. It looks like it could be a
partially buried space craft.
Part of the Japanese KAGUYA mission was to take Hi Definition images of the entire moon surface. This mission was launched in September of 2007.
I emailed the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) in June 2008 and asked them when they would be releasing the HD images of the moon to the
public. They replied that the Japanese scientists would be the first to view all the images and the full image gallery would be released to the public
around March-April of 2009.
When March 2009 came and went with very few images released to the public, I emailed them again. This time I received no reply. I emailed again when
April 2009 came and went and again no reply.
They had a questionare link on the website so I started using this link to ask for the release of more far side images. I also had several friends
doing the same thing. On May 11th 2009 questionaire page was closed for some reason.
I am beginning to think there may be a cover up going on. Take a look at the Japanese KAGUYA mission web site image gallery. They have only released a
handful of images and they are all from the near side. Not one image of the far side of the moon has been released that I can find.
The mission is completed. They are planning on crashing KAGUYA into the moon surface on June 10th 2009 ending the mission.
They were very open to releasing the images to the public at first but now the lack of images released to the public and the lack of replies from them
makes me believe they are not releasing the images for some reason. Maybe there really is something on the far side of the moon. I really was a
skeptic when I first starting looking into this but I am starting to believe that there may be something to it.
[edit on 5/28/2009 by Erasurehead]