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Originally posted by LittleBit111
Hmmm.... For some reason I"M thinking this looks like a guitar pick.
"The youngest large impact crater on the Moon is Tycho, which is 53 miles in diameter and nearly 3 miles deep," commented HOWARD A. POHN, of the U.S. Geological Survey. Surveyor Vll [see p. 78] landed about 18 miles beyond its north rim, as shown in the medium-resolution view of Tycho above, taken by Lunar Orbiter V. [The white circle marks its landing area. The area within the rectangle, enlarged on the opposite page, is 27 by 35 miles.]
Originally posted by CrimsonMoon
reply to post by Arken
I have looked at the source pictures and cant find the anomaly can you be more specific to its whereabouts in the source image?
What kind of scale is this?
While the automated photo developing process itself was amazing, it had flaws. Often times problems with the chemicals or the gears would leave blobs and strange shapes on the images. ANyone who has spent time looking at the photos knows what I mean.