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Originally posted by kyleplatinum
Originally posted by Gordi The Drummer
reply to post by kyleplatinum
At no point did I refer to it as a spaceship!
At no point did I say that I wanted a spaceship to be there!
I take that back.. you didnt call it a spaceship, I got ahead of myself... (craft) right?
and I take back when I said you wanted a spaceship to be there too!
(I want one to be there)
...its still just a crater.
Originally posted by watchZEITGEISTnow
Hey OP I suggest you take a look at Joe Escamilla's Moon Rising where he uses the same technique as yourself:
Manilius is a lunar impact crater on the northeast edge of Mare Vaporum. It has a well-defined rim with a sloping inner surface that run directly down to the ring-shaped mound of scree along the base, and a small outer rampart. The small crater interior has a higher albedo than the surroundings, and it appears bright when the sun is overhead. Within the crater is a central peak formation near the mid-point. Manilius also possesses a ray system that extends for a distance of over 300 kilometers. 2007/03/27. C14 @ F42. SKYnyx 2.0M.