NASA probes used to "gravity map" underground structures will impact moon

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posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 06:01 PM
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The twin NASA Probes used to "gravity map" the moon to " to learn how "other rocky planets...evolved" prepare fortheir Dec. 17 mission-ending moon impact.

Given the "classified" aspects of NASA missions, the footage of UFOs related to the moon, and previous NASA missions, it is not a far conjecture to assume NASA is interested in more than figuring out how planets evolve, but has basically mapped out the entire under-surface of the moon. underground alien installations is a more reasonable assumption than their interest in the formation of "other rocky planets." just outing the obvious...



Ebb and Flow, the Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) mission probes, are being sent purposely into the lunar surface because their low orbit and low fuel levels preclude further scientific operations. The duo's successful prime and extended science missions generated the highest resolution gravity field map of any celestial body. The map will provide a better understanding of how Earth and other rocky planets in the solar system formed and evolved.




During their prime mission, from March through May, Ebb and Flow collected data while orbiting at an average altitude of 34 miles (55 kilometers). Their altitude was lowered to 14 miles (23 kilometers) for their extended mission, which began Aug. 30 and sometimes placed them within a few miles of the moon's tallest surface features.


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posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 07:56 PM
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Not likely well see that data for a few years.......we pay for it...the MIC reaps the scientific rewards before we even get a peek....



posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 08:20 PM
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Thing is, most people that don't have a specialization in the geosciences wouldn't understand the raw data if they had tea with it, or got slapped across the face several times with it.
You could 'read' the raw data front to back, sideways, upside down, diagonal and backwards and you wouldn't understand what it said without a serious background in one of the geosciences.

Even then, it takes the people that actually know what they're looking at to compile the raw data into something resembling a language that people can understand, and pictures they might be able to squint at and say "ahh, I, um, think, I see what you're talking about".

Raw data would likely be a complete waste on most people.



posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 05:46 AM
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Here, your linky was stinky

GRAIL pair to impact moon

Well that was a short lived mission, just short of a year. They should have been named 'Too and Fro'....They will impact the moon mountain at 3700 mph, should make for a nice puff of moon dust, although no one will see as it will in the shadow at that time.

At least they're expending all on-board fuel before impact in order to calibrate engineer's models and not pollute the little moon bunnies.


The moon is starting to look like a trailer park with all the trash we're leaving laying around all over the place up there.

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posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 07:57 AM
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Originally posted by sirbadazz

The twin NASA Probes used to "gravity map" the moon to " to learn how "other rocky planets...evolved" prepare fortheir Dec. 17 mission-ending moon impact.

Given the "classified" aspects of NASA missions, the footage of UFOs related to the moon, and previous NASA missions, it is not a far conjecture to assume NASA is interested in more than figuring out how planets evolve ...

No indeed. NASA's interests range throughout the entire universe, and every facet of it.


but has basically mapped out the entire under-surface of the moon. underground alien installations is a more reasonable assumption than their interest in the formation of "other rocky planets." just outing the obvious...

Now, I have to ask you to restrain your equestrian quadrupeds there. It is not a reasonable assumption of any sort to suggest that NASA are actively looking for sub surface alien installations on our moon. Let me just lay on the line for you, precisely the implication of what you are saying. What you are effectively suggesting is that NASA has set up a mission, costing millions upon millions of dollars and more, to look for little green men in the Moon.

The mission, and the equipment they have sent up to perform its objectives, is not designed to do such a thing. It is designed to observe gravity fluctuations, not to perform a deep physical scan of the Moon, and ascertain where caves and tunnels and so on might be.



posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 08:46 AM
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Whatever they are doing by crashing these into the moon, they have already done with the apollo moon landers.....
On those occasions the moon rang like a bell for a long time....
There are reasons we dont get told, and results are not fully explained......
There is a very large knowledge gap between us and our MIC that gets wider every day.....
Nasa IS a military organisation by the way........primarily....
My beef is with the inadequacy of the infortmation provided, the very obvious blurring of photgraphies....etc
The secret objectives attached to supposedly peacful science projects....
My faith and trust in all governing or goverment institutions is totally gone.....
We are told that this is whats going on up there, but is it really?
Somehow i dont think so.......
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posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 11:50 AM
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Um, the Earth "rings like a bell" every time there's even a small earthquake.
How do you think seismographs work?

The Earth is probably ringing like a bell right now since there's near a dozen earthquakes a day somewhere around the planet.

You're attaching way too much significance to a catch phrase, and you want to see raw data?





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