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This image of the Moon's south pole was taken by Lunar Orbiter IV on 16 May 1967 at 16:00:08 GMT. This image is identified as Frame 4094,high resolution subframe h1. Large craters visible in this image include Shackleton, Amundsen, and Scott.
Originally posted by zaiger
reply to post by chrisd250
See that big white thing next to the shadow? That means light is hitting it. Logic would tell me that light on one side means shadow on the other, but that is just me.
Originally posted by Somamech
Here is the image of an early generation mining radar I posted above.
Now if one was to take into account the Shadows and highlights then it would look very similar to one of these radars on a MUCH larger scale
Originally posted by expat2368
So the photo of the Amundsen crater was taken in 1967 by Lunar orbiter IV.. and we see sitting in the center of the crater an object that looks to be of intelligent design?
Originally posted by Skeptical Ed
I will appreciate someone explaining how I can upload photos from my hard drive as one can do over at Unexplained Mysteries without any problems or searching.
If someone will help me I can show you a very interesting image connected with Crater Tycho and what's "resting" on its central peak.