posted on Sep, 3 2009 @ 06:31 PM
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:
Its not quite the same technique - Escamilla didnt saw some shape on moon, and after that he didnt colour only this shape (so it would be visible to
Funny thing with that movie is, because colour photos from Clementine are very similar (almost the same) to his vision of Moon. But, there is one
difference - Clementine photos contain wider spectrum then our eyes can see (UV,IR, etc). So, Escamilla is saying, that those are natural colour of
Moon and that is true, but they are not "natural" for our eyes.
You can find colour photos from Clementine in NASA World Wind app, or by this browser:
Clementine -> Full Resolution UVVIS Digital Image Model -> blue icon at terrain you are interested (coords) -> "browse" -> "color" -> "large"
-> and there are pack of photos.
Oh yes, and another difference is, that according to Escamilla, blue, shiny saucers is something weird "its flying!", and according to NASA thats
minerals at craters, in UV+IR+etc.