COSMIC SECRETS
The Enigmas on Mars
Uncensored NASA Moon Images!!

Mike Singh's Collection
(Edited by Pegasus)
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Posted by mikesingh, on August 19, 2008 at 01:52 GMT PID4833455

Here are the uncensored Moon Images taken by the Lunar Orbiter! According to Space Imaging expert Keith Laney, in a response to the images I posted on his web site, he says: 

"Those particular LO images are from Prof. Robinson's collection, he's had them online for years and years. They are uncensored. I have found scores of anomalies on them, pretty devastating too. 

But try and sell it to anyone other than us!"

Well, it has taken hours of poring over them to identify some very interesting anomalies. Considering the interest it may generate, I wonder if it would be yanked off the net soon. But before that happens, I hope some of you anomaly hunters post the best anomalies found in these images here on ATS. 

All these images, as mentioned by Keith, are from Prof Robinson's collection and posted on the Arizona State University's Space Exploration Resources website. 

How were these images obtained?

According to Arizona State University, the Lunar Orbiter images were all digitally scanned at 400 dpi at the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston. Whole images were too large to be scanned at once and were broken up into four sections. 

From the data and resources about each lunar orbiter image found in Anderson and Miller (1971), they obtained information about the side length, altitude and emission angle of the images they scanned. To calculate the resolution of each image they followed several steps. They first calculated the resolution of images with an emission angle of less than 10° by dividing the side length of each image by the number of pixels, and then calculated the distance to the surface by dividing the altitude by the cosine of the emission angle. The resolution of low-emission angle images was plotted against their distance to the surface. From this was obtained the best-fit equation: 
Corrected Resolution = -0.0023272 + 0.014376 * Distance to Surface 
and applied it to the remaining images to get the corrected resolution. 

And now for some of the interesting anomalies in the uncensored images:

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Spires on the Moon?
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What is this?
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Spires on the Moon Flipped
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..What is this Flipped

Parallel Tracks!

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More spires
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An inverted 'D'




Check out the structures at the bottom left and toward the center and the righ


Pyramid? The top is near the center of the image


A tower and other geometric structures
LO-5-125-H2A

Note the strange parallel structures and objects within the 'D'

Spikedmilk had mentioned that the tracks seen in the two images above, were probably made by the Russian Lunakhod. But the Rover was about 160 cm (4 ft 11 in) in width. These 'tracks' seem to be much wider considering the distance the pic was taken from. 

There are more but these will have to do for now! Keep posting more anomalies from this site folks. Time may be limited!! 

Cheers! 

Posted by mikesingh, on August 19, 2008 at 03:13 GMT PID 4833779
 
Originally posted by thrashee

Here's what I know as fact: 1) what appear to be vehicle tracks are in a photo that (assuming the photo itself is authentic, which I don't doubt right now) is of the moon. 2) manned and unmanned vehicles have traversed the moon. 
If anyone else can prove otherwise, then yes, it is interesting indeed.
 

Hi thrashee! Two points I would like to mention here regarding the tracks: 

1. The width of the Rover, as I mentioned earlier, was 4ft 11in. The tracks are much much wider than this. Unless of course we had giant rovers operating on the Moon when these shots were taken! ;) 

2. If you follow the tracks, you can clearly see that they pass over the craters. Now considering their slopes, it would be almost impossible for the Rover (If it is) to climb out. It would also have toppled over if it went over the edges. 

I would be grateful if someone could clarify whether the Lunakhod was in this area in the first place! 

Cheers! 

Posted by mikesingh, on August 19, 2008 at 04:15 GMT

Here's some more... 

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I have no idea whether that tower in the distance is an image screw-up or actually a tower like structure! There's a shadow though. Also check out the structure toward the left of the 
image, and its shadow. Seems fairly geometrically shaped!
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Cheers! 

Posted by stikkinikki, on August 19, 2008 at 07:26 GMT PID 4834356

reply to post by easynow

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LO-5-125-H2A

Look in the lower left corner! This is an amazing picture. The obilisk is somewhat concerning seeing as it is all dark shadow behind it I wonder if it is a piece of something bigger but only that portion is illuminated. the stylized "E" shape below the obilisk is looking artificial to me but it is the object in the lower left corner that is the most striking to me. The framework to an old building? 

This is equal or better than the face on Mars in my opinion. 

Posted by stikkinikki, on August 19, 2008 at 08:02 GMT PID 4834459

Here is an attempt to post some odd looking artifacts found on the site Mike referenced. 

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A boxy Lo-78-mright-detail
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Odd bright circle of balls? Lo-3-200md-detail
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LO-5-125-H2A
Here is the oddities OTHER than the spire that struck me as possibly artificial:
Posted by olegkvasha, on August 19, 2008 at 08:10 GMT PID 4834509
reply to post by stikkinikki

I was just downloading the hi-res image of the one you mentioned :) here is a close up of those large round objects: 

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On the same image there is another strange colection of objects to the south of crater:

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Close up

/rich 

Posted by tyranny22, on August 19, 2008 at 09:06 GMT PID 4834696

Great pics. Though I have to struggle to get anything out of some of the pics, I can clearly seen geometric shapes that don't regularly appear in nature. That's not to say that they are not natural, but it's unlikely that such shapes appear so closely. 

The tower is interesting, but what I find more curious are the pics with cubic shapes - which I've highlighted below:

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Granted, the top image isn't a traditional "cube" .. there's definitely what appears to be nearly 90degree angles. It's odd to me that so many right angle would appear grouped so close together in nature. Looks to me more like a structure built into a "mountain" side. 

Posted by olegkvasha, on August 19, 2008 at 10:33 GMT 4834934
reply to post by wolfmanjack

I think that what you see is a photographic anomoly.... however! glad you brought that image to our attention. Here is the picture of the large crater from 2 different images. I have sized them up and positioned them so that both are the same scale: 

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The one that wolfmanjack posted: 
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Now look at this one: 
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Still can't see it? here is a little animation: 

Something is in the crater that wasn't there before. 
Source: 
lo5-147-h2a - link
lo5-147-m - link

//rich 

Posted by mikesingh, on August 19, 2008 at 10:25 GMT 4835031

reply to post by olegkvasha


Here it is in the middle, slightly above that line. Zoom it, turn up the contrast some, use 'unsharp mask'.... 

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Cheers! 

Posted by ziggystar60, on August 19, 2008 at 11:19 GMT PID 4835477

I found something very interesting in an image called "lo5-105-h3left". 
This is a cropped version of the image, and this feature can be found right in the middle of the image, the part that almost looks a little scratched before you zoom in. (I have increased contrast and also adjusted brightness a bit to make the feature more visible):

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Link to full image: 
http://ser.sese.asu.edu/LO/lo5-105-h3left.html

Posted by mikesingh, on August 19, 2008 at 12:45 GMT PID 4835537

Amazing pic ziggy! :up: 

Here's the full landscape. Now can anyone say it's a natural formation? And look at the little square structure in the middle. 

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Thanks to Ziggy for finding this! 

Cheers! 

Posted by ziggystar60, on August 19, 2008 at 13:24 GMT PID 4836061

reply to post by ArMaP

I have thought about what you said, that the two adjoining strips have been damaged, and I have gone back to the image to take another look at it. I have come to the conclusion that you may very well be right. It does actually looks like the image/film have been phusichally scratched in that particular area! 

But I still think that the angular features I found is on the moon's surface. The features has distinct shadows. And you know that I have the deepest respect for your opinions, but you also know how I feel about NASA...

I am fully aware that I will attract the joint forces of the sceptics at ATS just by saying this, but is it at all possible that someone has done damage to the image to hide something..? 

(And just to spare certain members some time and effort: 
I am already perfectly aware that I am ignorant, stupid and lack all common sense and reason, and that my postings are the reason that it will take years and years to wash the stigma away from ufology and so forth...) 

Posted by IronDogg, on August 19, 2008 at 20:16 GMT PID 4838180
 
Thanks for sharing these photo's and they are really an excellent find. I found myself staring at all of them for way too long but the one that most intrigues me is this one...
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LO-5-125-H2A

This is unexplainable in my opinion , and there is NO WAY this is a natural formation. for me this picture is undeniable proof that either there was a past civilization there or Aliens are on the Moon 

When I first seen this photo, I thought, "Drilling Rig!". The more I look at it, the more I think it is a rig site. What is the scale of that photo Mike? 

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