posted on Sep, 1 2013 @ 05:50 AM
Originally posted by HiddenSecrets
Welcome guys, another unique thing in the image.
Image By NASA
There are lots of things in that image that
don't belong there. Such as this:
There are other artifacts in the photograph.
I don't think they mean anything in particular except that photography in the 1960s was not perfect. There were many opportunities for contamination,
processing issues (bubbles sticking to the film during developing), bubbles in the emulsion during the film manufacturing, and so on.
Jim Oberg has mentioned "Moon pigeons" which may have appeared in some moon photography that weren't problems with the photograph but might
correspond to physical object of some sort, but I don't see any evidence of that here. The semi-transparent nature of what you focused on strongly
suggests a photographic artifact, and there are many more in this photo. Most of them aren't on the black background of the sky so they are harder to
see, but like this example, they are present.