Apollo 8 flyby of the lunar far side...

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Apollo 8 flyby of the lunar far side...

Post  Bob-C on Thu Mar 14, 2013 12:47 pm

Hi everyone, my cropped processed image was obtained from the original 5,834K NASA source image AS8-12-2192 in GRIN (Greatest Images In Nasa).
Note the 5,834K source image takes awhile to load. Here is a faster-loading smaller version of the source image:



The crater with the "skull" is located in the extreme lower-left-side of the source image; the crater is in the lower left-corner of the image almost abutting the left side of the image.

The title of this Apollo 8 image is "The Lunar Farside." NASA's description of the image is:
View of the lunar surface taken from the Apollo 8 spacecraft looking southward from high altitude across the Southern Sea. The bright-rayed crater near the horizon is located near 130 degrees east longitude and 70 degrees south latitude. The dark floored crater near the middle of the right side of the photograph is about 70 kilometers (45 statute miles) in diameter. Both features are beyond the eastern limb of the Moon as viewed from earth; neither has a name.


Here is my cropped processed image of a crater on the lower-left-side of the NASA source image:



There appears to be a large skull or possibly a sculpted artifact looking up from the crater. The crater looks artificially worked and its sides are unnaturally rectilinear as depicted by the yellow line drawn parallel to the right side of the crater.

Cheers, sunny

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Re: Apollo 8 flyby of the lunar far side...

Post  easynow on Thu Mar 14, 2013 11:19 pm


Hey nice work on the enhancement.

Not sure what that really is, but it's interesting.

Just for comparison, here's another version of AS08-12-2192

Link - http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/scripts/sseop/QuickView.pl?directory=ISD&ID=AS08-12-2192


Thanks for sharing with everyone ! cheers Cool

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Re: Apollo 8 flyby of the lunar far side...

Post  Bob-C on Fri Mar 15, 2013 9:03 am

Hello easynow, thanks for your comments, review, and for the link. sunny

Did you see my "Larry the flying frog post? If so, I hope that you enjoyed the post and the levitation movies.

Have a nice day.

Best,

Bob

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Re: Apollo 8 flyby of the lunar far side...

Post  easynow on Fri Mar 15, 2013 10:17 pm

Bob-C wrote:Hello easynow, thanks for your comments, review, and for the link. sunny

Did you see my "Larry the flying frog post? If so, I hope that you enjoyed the post and the levitation movies.

Have a nice day.

Best,

Bob

Your very welcome, I always enjoy seeing Moon anomalies so thanks again.

Yes I did notice the "flying frog" thread and thank you for posting that topic as well and I really do appreciate your contributions here. Magnetic forces & levitation is indeed a fascinating subject to say the least however I would have to do a bit more research and study on it before I could find the right vocabulary to respond.... so that's why I haven't posted anything yet. Also, please keep in mind my friend, that we are all on different schedules and I can't reply to every thread and just because you don't receive a reply right away doesn't mean you won't eventually. I'm sure you already know all that but I thought it was worth mentioning.

Please keep posting more topics so maybe some other members will join in too

Thanks Bob ... Cheers Cool






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Re: Apollo 8 flyby of the lunar far side...

Post  Bob-C on Mon Mar 18, 2013 2:22 pm

easynow wrote:
Bob-C wrote:Hello easynow, thanks for your comments, review, and for the link. sunny

Did you see my "Larry the flying frog post? If so, I hope that you enjoyed the post and the levitation movies.

Have a nice day.

Best,

Bob

Your very welcome, I always enjoy seeing Moon anomalies so thanks again.

Yes I did notice the "flying frog" thread and thank you for posting that topic as well and I really do appreciate your contributions here. Magnetic forces & levitation is indeed a fascinating subject to say the least however I would have to do a bit more research and study on it before I could find the right vocabulary to respond.... so that's why I haven't posted anything yet. Also, please keep in mind my friend, that we are all on different schedules and I can't reply to every thread and just because you don't receive a reply right away doesn't mean you won't eventually. I'm sure you already know all that but I thought it was worth mentioning.

Please keep posting more topics so maybe some other members will join in too

Thanks Bob ... Cheers Cool






Hi easynow, I appreciate all your wonderful and thoughtful comments. Yes, I realize that you have a busy schedule and I appreciate all the time and effort that you contribute to the Space Time Forum. good

Keep up your good work.

Have a happy and great day.

Bob

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