Obalisk on microsoft world wide telscope apollo surfaces?

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posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 11:04 AM
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Here i have uploaded 3 images on imageshack of 2 obalisk or strutures on the moon and what looks like something that has impacted the surfact of the moon, in otherwords crashed, its either a well balaced boulder with a odd shape or a craft of some sort, while browing in the apollo 12 & 16, image one is apollo 16 and image 2 is apollo 12 and image 3 is the object, please people if your a debunker or sceptic give a good reason as to WHAT these are and actually make it logically explainable.
Apollo 16
apollo 16
Apollo 12
apollo 12
Object
Object
I have included the cordinates in the images so that you can find the locations your self.




posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 11:09 AM
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Could you possibly write out the coordinates? I can't make them out from the pictures on my computer screen. Thanks



posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 11:47 AM
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I can't make out anthing on the first photo, the 2nd photo looks like something got in front of the camera lens and the 3rd picture looks like a rock formation to me.

I am not trying to debunk the photo's I just don't see what you are seeing.

Sorry...



posted on Jun, 2 2011 @ 09:06 PM
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Originally posted by Tahnya86
Here i have uploaded 3 images on imageshack of 2 obalisk or strutures on the moon and what looks like something that has impacted the surfact of the moon, in otherwords crashed, its either a well balaced boulder with a odd shape or a craft of some sort, while browing in the apollo 12 & 16, image one is apollo 16 and image 2 is apollo 12 and image 3 is the object, please people if your a debunker or sceptic give a good reason as to WHAT these are and actually make it logically explainable.
Apollo 16 Coardinates -23:42:14 01:36:41
apollo 16
Apollo 12 107:11:09 +01:01:25
apollo 12
Object -09:26:05 -00:36:33
Object
I have included the cordinates in the images so that you can find the locations your self.



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