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originally posted by: Archivalist
The RGB comparison is enough for me.
I'd need a damn good explanation for why perfect grey is possible, when the other shadows on the surface have blue tint.
That's a damn powerful shadow.
Hoax, but a good one.
Let's try a bit harder next time.
originally posted by: More1ThanAny1
a reply to: sean
The blue from the video is caused by Earth's atmosphere. Sunlight, gas particles, and Rayleigh scattering causes the entire sky to light up like a blue fluorescent light. It doesn't matter what color something is on the Moon, if you are viewing it from Earth around the time of day this was filmed, you have to view it through the blue fluorescent light in the atmosphere. This adds blue light to everything in your view.
The dark shadows on the Moon (and almost pure black deep space) will turn blue more than everything else because there is no other light to mix with the blue light to hide it. There is absolutely no way, what-so-ever, that a shadow on the Moon can magically bypass the blue sky on Earth. It just doesn't make any sense.
The shadows from the UFOs should be blue tinted. There is no possible way they can be pure dark gray when looking through Earth's atmosphere at this time of day.
This belongs in the HOAX forum.