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  • Technothanks#

    Technothanks September 3, 2012 10:32:35 AM CEST

    SPIKEY: The images I post are nearly ALL from the NASA site, I would say at least 95% of them....

    I just go mission by mission, here and there, with no agenda...

    In the future, when I can remember to do so, I will post the NASA photo catalog # of the photo.

    By the way, nice to hear from someone with EYES and a BRAIN....!

    ALSO: Most of what I post was downloaded over 2 years finding EXACTLY where the snippet of photo comes from would require RESEARCH...

  • Spikey#

    Spikey September 3, 2012 4:48:34 AM CEST

    Would appreciate links to the images you put up techno.

    Then we'd know the mission and image displayed so we can go off and get our own copy to look at.

    This image looks like it's from the Clementine mission isn't it?

    Many of the images from that mission have never been released, it was a DoD mission, and this is (if it's Clementine) one example among many, many, infamous airbrushed and smeared images from it.

    Towers (lots of 'em) were airbrushed out, very obvious it is too, as seen in the image you've posted here.

    As you say...why would an agency, civilian or military want to airbrush natural rocks and so on, if they were indeed just part of a natural landscape? The simple answer is that they wouldn't.

    They would if what was being concealed wasn't part of the natural landscape though, so it's obvious what is under those smears and airbrushed sections isn't natural.

    Gaps in the transmission from the mission satellite to mission control, or areas of high noise show up as flat, black 'missing areas' of they are not fixing errors in data, or else they'd be black rectangles, not smudged, obviously real structures.

    And to think...these are the images they released! Imagine what is on the ones they held back.

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