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Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by amazing
The blurring is a result of the data retrieval algorithm in the obsolete Clementine Image Browser v1.5. The browser created images on demand and at times various glitches occurred. The new version of the browser does not have those problems.
Some time ago ArMap located the original Clementine images of the location:
Woody: [pauses and looks incredulous] YOU! ARE! A! TOYYYYY! You aren't the real Buzz Lightyear! You're - you're an action figure! [holds hand up to eyes indicating something small]
Woody: You are a child's play thing!
Buzz: You are a sad, strange little man, and you have my pity.
Originally posted by Shadowhawk
reply to post by joey_hv
So, you're saying the all-powerful government went to the trouble to hide the existence of objects on the moon but used crude, obvious rectangular blurs that don't even cover the artifacts. Gee, I could have done better with a few seconds of effort using Photoshop. Your hypothesis makes no sense.
Originally posted by joey_hv
ok geniouses...let me be perfectly clear...ahem...
I am NOT talking about the FREAKING BLURRED PART!!!!
I am pointing to the obviously NOT natural pipe looking thing coming out of the blurred out part!!!!
AS CLEARLY SHOWN IN THE PICTURE!!!!
Originally posted by Baguette
I'd say it's more likely they blurred those images for a laugh because they knew people like us would go nuts over them!
Anyways, why NASA would put pictures out like that is kind of baffling to me, their either covered up and some idiot posted the wrong ones or they did it for a laugh. It's definetly not a "computer error" lol.