posted on Dec, 23 2009 @ 10:31 PM
Okay, time to be serious.
Here is an area I have identified as possibly being geologically active. There is smoke rising from a vent in this shot:
And another from Apollo 15's metric set:
(Sometimes one confuses the dust from mining operations with geological activity or the fires which occur on the lunar from time to time - according
to Apollo astronauts)
Forget almost everything you ever thought you knew about the moon.
NASA's latest missions indicate the moon is much more than a dead, unchanging satellite orbiting Earth. It's a dynamic environment, with changes
occurring by the day and week, not over millions of years....
..."We used to think of the moon as this really dead and unchanging place, that the moon was a dead planet. ... There are changes that occur there
not over the course of thousands or millions or even billions of years, but are changing over the course of days and weeks and months. That's
something people just hadn't thought of until just weeks and months ago. ... This isn't your grandfather's moon anymore."
"Weeks and months ago"... that's when Pegasus (Thelivingmoon.com) first published the images of the flashes sighted during the LCROSS mission -
right here on ATS.
The reality of the scope of the ongoing Lunar geological activity was scooped by us.
Here the Apollo astronauts describe what appears to be fire down on the lunar surface. They could be witnessing the results of some lunar geological
[edit on 24-12-2009 by Exuberant1]