Originally posted by benrl
reply to post by ImmortalThought
I have only one problem with your argument, if such structures existed on the moon, wouldn't nasa have known about it, I mean wouldn't these "natural" rock formations gone a long way toward our understanding of how the moon is formed and what its composed of?
So wouldn't there have been research into them, and than wouldn't it be pretty well known? I mean if some ameture with a strong lens could make it out wouldn't the lunar probes and missions have documented this?
So that leaves me at A. They arn't there, B. They are and Nasa routinely doctors photos to take them out for some reason. Or C. NASA is so incompetent that they miss huge natural rock formations that could advance our understanding on moon composition and erosion.
Originally posted by gortex
Whatever IT is IT has been filmed by someone else too .
Scientists Say We Should Search Moon for Alien Traces
Instead of just looking for radio messages, we should search for traces of alien explorers in the celestial bodies of our solar system. These are the highlights of their research paper:
• Alien civilizations may have sent probes to our region of the galaxy.
• Any mission to the solar system would probably have occurred a very long time ago. The lunar environment could preserve artifacts for millions of years.
• Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter provides a photographic database to search for artifacts.
• Searching the LRO database would make an excellent educational project.
Originally posted by yourmaker
could we maybe get some 3rd party with powerful telescopes to take a look?
or a couple different angles? maybe a south american and australian could take a look?
Originally posted by nineix
reply to post by Hellas
There's no reference or context to this video.
It'd be nice if the videographer gave us moon map coordinates?
Otherwise, videographer could have just sprayed a big wad of Great Stuff foam in the yard, sprinkled some dirt on it, and went to filming it through a cardboard toilet paper roll tube with saturation dailed down to grayscale on the camera.
No context = this could be anything, or anywhere.
Originally posted by Enlightenme1111
I'll add some information I found on the YouTube page.
"Filmed January 5, 2012 @ 7 pm ....Tall water tower looking structure on the horizon of the moon. 4 clips in one. I filmed this using a celestron 130 telescope and a panasonic camcorder."
More specfic..."panasonic 78x zoom camcorder. i was optical zoomed at about 30. I used an 18mm eyepiece with a 2x barlow lense on the telescope"
"The only location i can tell you is that its on the southwest side of the southern pole of the moon, on the horizon. my telescope images things upside down"
He is answering all of the comments and participating in the discussion. I think it's an interesting video.