posted on Apr, 4 2013 @ 03:12 PM
Thanks for that link. First time seeing it but it seems to be quite a legit image, as in not messed around with or censored. ie. There is faint but
recoverable surface information still intact in the shadowed regions of craters as they should in these types images - incidence angle around 65-75
degrees with relatively high reflectivity on crater walls facing the Sun. This reflected light (however small) from the crater wall facing the sun is
what allows the CCD to capture the information within 'seemingly' black shadowed areas within a crater.
Of course, here now is my heavily enhanced picture showing what I mean by above. One clue indicating these apparent features should be taken more
seriously than just random BS or processing artifact is the apparent contiguity of surface features that exist both within and outside the shadowed
region. For example in the top middle rectangular highlighted area, two linear surface feature can be seen extending into the shadowed region from the
It's interesting that the 'boulder' has a perfectly straight linear feature smack in the dead center bisecting the object and this is just an
asteroid for god's sake.
Originally posted by wildespace
Your "unnatural" objects on the Moon pale in comparison with what has been found on the asteroid Eros.
Scientists call it a boulder, but you have to agree that it looks artificial.