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Author Topic: Strange canals and volcanos on the Moon - highres pictures from Chinese orbiter  (Read 30247 times)

Offline raburgeson

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High res picture only 180 kilobytes? Come on a 1980s Kodac stick camera could do that. There are no high resolution pictures, if they are larger than that they are all low res pictures stitched together. Our own moon orbiter with a real camera hooked to a 10 inch telescope with a 26 meg camera might reveal what's up there. Proper moon filter installed of course.

Offline DrJones

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  On October 5, 2017, VP Pence announced that the US would go back to the moon.


  I'm interested for several reasons, in anomalies on the moon - and found this earlier thread which has useful information.



I'm inviting your participation in a scientific quest for knowledge...  Something provides energy for the moving device (#1 below), and verifying such moving machines on the moon would certainly be a huge step for mankind. 


Any other VERIFIABLE anomalies on the moon would be welcomed also.


1.  Moving object on/near moon captured a few days ago using Nikon with Telephoto lens:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Nby5xcDsak
  Moves, stops and turns in Crater A, moves again -- we need coordinates of Crater A so multiple amateur telescope-video devices can keep track of this area...


2..  Coil shown in photos, claimed to be on the moon and evidently covered partly in gray soil/rock.
We need coordinates of this coil...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMD75IssBYM&t=51s     at 53 s
and
  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXbKGw_BQi8&t=247s   at 4m10s 

We need coordinates of Coil B - so multiple amateur telescope-camera devices can verify its existence.  I would be glad to provide a reward of $250 for coordinates of this "strange coil" - if indeed it is found on the moon!


This is the scientific approach -- REPEAT the observation several times by different observers.



3.  Observable/searchable lunar map w/ coords, which we can use once coordinates above are obtained.
http://quickmap.lroc.asu.edu/?layers=NrBsFYBoAZIRnpEoAsjZwLpNKG%2BscB2fDbMADlPnNAE5rDgjZWakiE2mAmOuqt3J9%2BjTOKQ9QPRkmBSuBcgGZoPQUskVVYicDhwo3OQbRCkBkueCroisls5iLO63GX32%2B5cufe8bspWmt4M1urKMuEURFEhcChsDvIU9LoqPHEYcpGeWHqqymGkAHRQIKqJ6UiFZqXlNtDKRkoFTb7GFWrFrGUqTUkwfTVNntDDjZHU4%2BDiKtKyFaBjJTyzNaAd9fN1ves2ENN9bcoaezlNAdsjQUezBUS7iBVEW72G-TxP4x8ja0e-RpSAH7VQ8YLve4qIhXbIvFrJIJnLxBHooiiDJinPIqChZdFvdFPLF2Yn9dx%2BVRwfEkgyUuyY-rQNEk6DI2kQlF2dlzJCJTE5UTWMGEkmZaoHTkIJawlGgHmORkbFnQpU2JzC2ISlBfRbAHWE8bKcg6hFDY184FJEp0Xn68CiuQocA0k3gM0zO1UlkXaCy1lkkZNenQNUutXqTZ%2BSNm3ipf3CVI8vTgQx61OB4CpqXkVMKrNwFVIF0rIi58XWstaVDR1I5oOuoOxuaYIA&extent=-90%2C-26.100437373110974%2C90%2C27.676050117363392&proj=10

Offline itsu

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Steve,

i think the Crater A coordinates are: lat: 25.37451   lon: 29.91258   or close to that area, the lunar map does not visually match with the video.
You have to 180° turn the video picture compared to your linked lunar map (which is a pain to work with when in IE, Firefox goes much better).

I have turned the video picture 180° below:

Itsu

Offline TinselKoala

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And here's the same region cropped out from my own Luna imagery. This is taken with a
9.25 inch Celestron EdgeHD telescope and a Canon 400D camera. The "base" where the
moving object entered and turned is clearly not there in this image.





Offline itsu

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An amazing picture TK, especially because of the used camera (400D) which they call a "daylight camera" overhere because of its ISO limitation.

It indeed clearly shows (like the lunar map link) that the crater A, where the object turns in the video, is not visible.

Itsu

Offline DrJones

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  Thank you very much, Itsu and TK.  Awesome photo, TK!  Have you ever seen anything moving on or near the moon, and not a known rover?