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Originally posted by cmdrkeenkidEDIT: also, just because it's a map doesn't mean it leads anywhere. it just shows that ancient people were making attempts to study the moon.
Originally posted by Italiano
My question is, Do we have something usefull with a map of the moon in this time, besides the 'proof' that ancient people were making attempts to study the moon?
Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid
look at the darker areas of the first map drawing and then the moon. the drawing is rotated about 10 degrees clockwise from where the moon is in the picture.
Originally posted by Nygdan
You mean the first of the three items (going left to right) in the post? The first one isn't the 'map'. The 'map' is the right most one. It says in the article that its a rock carving. The moon in the picture from the post is put in to show that the curved lines match up to a representation of the moon. There are no 'darker' areas in the primitive moon drawing, it only the dark lines.
It is rather curious that there aren't more representations of the moons features.