posted on Oct, 21 2009 @ 08:24 PM
reply to post by mcmauro
This isn't another perspective, and analyzing anything based on that image is a mistake.
You should only be debating the first pictures, taken from the satellite. That's the "real picture".
That "beautiful" 3D representation is made by software, and software alone, it's not based on TRUE ground data. The software reads the image, and
shapes the ground to what it may look like.
If you would put a picture of a M&M in there, the software would make a giant M&M on the face of the Moon...
And looking at the first picture, it looks "fake" (not in the way that it was manipulated). It looks like something on the lens, or some type of
debris floating around. But I don't know...
It sure doesn't look like it is on the ground.