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You can see those images in more detail, go to the LRO Quickviewer link I posted and check them out.
Why are you being so defensive of me trying to help out?
Impact melts have extremely complicated thermal histories. When the impacting meteoroid's kinetic energy is large enough, the initial temperature of an impact melt can be much higher than that of normal magma, which is driven by volcanic activity. The melts are mixed together with ejecta debris, flow down slopes and puddle; loosing heat and increasing in viscosity with time.
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The image artifacts and straight edges (delineation of squares edges) are making shadows Sherlock.
Aren't you the guy that always says NASA lies? Yet you appear to be quite content with being told there are cities there on the moon without looking at the area yourself with the highest resolution images you can get your hands on.
I checked the area from the first pic on lroc...
First pic coords Lat: 42.4344 Lon: 12.2143
Dun dun dun...
The area has been blurred out...
Which just goes to show, when you blow up something and crank up the contrast and gain you get square pixelation that looks like "buildings" and anything that forms a line between 3 points will look like a "pyramid".