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posted on Jan, 26 2010 @ 07:47 PM
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reply to post by LunarAnom
 

OK, now look at the same area from a Kaguya photo.



Does it look like a tower?


The first thing you should do is to get accustomed to how things look like on the photos, specially the colour photos made with wavelengths that are not visible, like the ones from Clementine (I think only one wavelength was in the visible spectrum).




posted on Jan, 26 2010 @ 08:09 PM
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Wow, dont you think your being alittle closed minded? There are alot of unexplained images, but I dont think you should draw a conclusion that there isnt anything there.
It wouldnt be any fun if we didnt think about what if!



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 01:41 AM
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Originally posted by ArMaP
reply to post by LunarAnom
 

The first thing you should do is to get accustomed to how things look like on the photos, specially the colour photos made with wavelengths that are not visible, like the ones from Clementine .


Exactly! Now why in the name of the Lord Almighty don't the 'anomalists' here realize this? But they keep clutching at straws and will continue to do so till the cows come home! Hmph!



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 03:03 AM
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Originally posted by ArMaP

Does it look like a tower?



It looks like an invisible spaceship is parked there.


Perhaps it will be (or has been) captured flying around in other images - perhaps the energy it emits will be visible...


AS15-87-11857



*I joke.






[edit on 27-1-2010 by Exuberant1]



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 03:22 AM
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Hi Ex it looks like a Johnson he he

Interesting image



Ocker



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 03:26 AM
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Originally posted by ocker
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Hi Ex it looks like a Johnson he he



Haha your gay now!



Did you get that picture to work yet mate?



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 03:31 AM
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Originally posted by Exuberant1

Originally posted by ocker
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Hi Ex it looks like a Johnson he he



Haha your gay now!



Did you get that picture to work yet mate?


No I cannot get the image off SER's server I have tried all different types of neat tricks and it will not let me get at it or down load it. every time it comes up as a broken link


Ocker



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 03:37 AM
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You should start a fresh account with a site that lets you store images, then give your name and password to me and I'll upload the ones I got to the account.

We can get them to you that way. And we only have to use one account to do it.


Edit:

Just message me on our site with the ones you want, And I can upload them as soon as I can after.

[edit on 27-1-2010 by Exuberant1]



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 04:14 AM
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Interesting JAXA video footage



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 06:46 AM
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Imagir! By showing that video which is the worst pixelated stuff I've seen in a loooong time, you have further dented whatever credibility you had left!
Did you really believe that what you're seeing in that video are buildings, walls, towers and so on?



Christ! Now this thread is really degenerating to downright stodgy, ridiculous, illogical, and ludicrous with such stuff! The use of more adjectives fails me at this juncture as my knowledge of the English language is next to nix - just like the credibility of the images shown on this thread!

Some people require help here!!!! Any psychiatrists around?



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 10:33 AM
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That was hilarious!!!

"undeniable proof"!!!


"What they don't want you to see!" !!!
....except that it was made readily availabe to all who wished to see it!!!!
!!!

Seriously, that YouTube individual is in dire need of medical help...



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 04:37 PM
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so that's not the "natural color" of the moon? why does USGS call it "Natural Color" then? I really don't know, i always thought it would be ridiculous to think that we're the only life out there, and i've always thought they weren't telling us all they know, but I never really gave a # about anything above our atmosphere before because i didn't think there was anything one little man like myself could do about it, so yes i'm new at this and don't know very much about all this, however i do know NASA showed us all they can lie to us. and i never gave a # because i didn't think there was anything i could do about it until i saw Jose Escamilla's UFO: The Greatest Story Ever Denied, and UFO: TGSED II Moon Rising a couple months ago, and it really changed how i look at all of this now, what about all those people in those films that said they would testify infront of Congress everything they said to be true...well if that's true it would probably mean what they said was true, and what they said was out of this world, and if what they said was true then yes there's lots of life on the moon...but like i said i'm new at this i don't know



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 04:54 PM
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sorry ArMap i think you're mistaken, it doesn't even look close to the same area, here is the SAME area from the Lunar Orbiter(not the Clementine)....hmmm the tower is still there, standing strong....i don't know what you were looking at, i have the same "tower" i'm calling it from two different sources....




[edit on 27-1-2010 by LunarAnom]



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 06:58 PM
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Originally posted by LunarAnom
so that's not the "natural color" of the moon? why does USGS call it "Natural Color" then?
Probably because those colours are were the result of using images from invisible wavelengths as if they were from visible wavelengths, so although the final result is not real, the colours are natural.

Those images have five different bands, only one of those is from the visible light, so while they can make a natural colour version, the colours will be shifted from the visible spectrum. Saying it in a different way, that is what it may look if instead of RGB images we used something like Blue, near Ultraviolet and medium Ultraviolet, for example.



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 07:26 PM
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Originally posted by LunarAnom
sorry ArMap i think you're mistaken, it doesn't even look close to the same area

It's the same area, consider this like the first test to your ability to recognise some features at different resolutions and light conditions, something you will find many time while looking at Moon (or any other planet) photos.


Unfortunately, the ATS Media portal (and most sites) does not allow images as large as those from Kaguya (12288 x 12288), that's why I posted just a small section of the photo. Also, the photo does not cover the exact same area as the Clementine or Lunar Orbiter photos, but I guess it's enough for now.


This is the Kaguya image, resized to 4% of its real size, to make it closer to the resolution of the image you posted.


This is an animation with part of the Kaguya image superimposed over the Lunar Orbiter image.


As you can see the area is the same.

Now, let's get closer to the full resolution image I posted before (only with the difference that I posted first the "evening" view and this is the "morning" view, because it looks more like the Lunar orbiter image).

At 25% zoom.


At 50%.


At 100%.


I forgot to say that this is from photo TC_MOR_02_N09E006N06E009SC, and the previous image was from photo TC_EVE_02_N09E006N06E009SC.

PS: it helps if we always post the photo's ID, that way other people can look for the photos.



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 07:50 PM
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I see, coulda swore it was a tower in the clementine image, but clearly those are much better quality images...where do you go to look at the kaguya images?

[edit on 27-1-2010 by LunarAnom]



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 08:04 PM
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Here.

You have to register (free), select the instrument from which you want the data, select the area in which you are interested and then select the images (in this case) to your cart. When you are happy with that just confirm the selection and they will send you a confirmation email and then, some minutes latter, another email with a link for a page with the links for each image you selected.

It's not easy, but at least it's free.


But then you need to decompress the files (a text file, a small JPG version and the real image) with a program that "understands" tar compressed files.

The real image (a .IMG file), as far as I know, can only be viewed with ISIS, a (free) suite of programs from the USGS that works only on Unix and Linux (and, obviously, Mac OS).

I have it working on Ubuntu, but even then the conversion is not direct, because Jaxa does not use the standard format used by the Planetary Data System, and the final image, after conversion, has the left side on the right and vice-versa, so a final step is needed.

I hope they come with an easier way of doing things to see these images, the images are very good, with a resolution of 7.4 metres per pixel.



posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 08:48 PM
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posted on Jan, 27 2010 @ 10:43 PM
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Originally posted by LunarAnom
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however i do know NASA showed us all they can lie to us.

Huh? And how, pray, do you know this? Prove it that they're lying. Just stating your personal opinions based on half baked conjectures from so called conspiracy theorists is no proof! Of course everybody loves a conspiracy. But don't invent one without incontrovertible evidence.

Prove it to me that NASA is lying and I'll believe. You can't. Because there is no foolproof evidence of this!


what about all those people in those films that said they would testify infront of Congress everything they said to be true..

What's the big deal? I can testify in Congress that Brad Pitt had an affair with an alien. Does that make it real?


well if that's true it would probably mean what they said was true,

Nope! Because it wasn't true to begin with!


and what they said was out of this world,

Yep! Pretty far out!


LunarAnom! For God's sake, don't just blindly follow the shenanigans and the so called 'believers' like sheep. They are a dime a dozen on the net, out to make a fast buck by playing on the vulnerabilities of people who get convinced at the drop of a hat. Because they want to.

So beware! The tricksters and fraudsters are everywhere. Know whom to believe and be more discerning!


[edit on 28-1-2010 by OrionHunterX]



posted on Jan, 28 2010 @ 02:23 AM
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Re the pics you posted in your reply to Armap can you not see its not a tower its obvious in the pics its a small crater and and elongated one next to each other I really dont see how on this pic you posted you could even think its still a tower.

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Thats what myself and others keep saying to you anomalies believers

LOOK AT WHAT YOU SEE NOT WHAT YOU WANT TO SEE



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