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  • -Marduk-
  • uploaded: Nov 9, 2008
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  • Anything4jerry#

    Anything4jerry February 8, 2012 11:12:13 AM CET

    It's hard to tell, of course. But in today's world amateur hobbyist are some times turning out more professional work than the pros including NASA, Russia, Europe and China government agencies. Plus, the hobbyist only look for the truth, they have nothing to hide or lose but their own hides sometimes maybe. They only have lies to expose. Also, Google does not submit live photos, they are taken then placed on line until the next photo update is available from their satellite. So, under pressure from the US government and other governments as well, there is no doubt they touch up and air brush their photo stock to where big brother and probably big alien too, are happy.

  • Canubis#

    Canubis October 7, 2010 10:07:51 AM CEST

    see my user pictures i have a nice collection of high rez finger print photos some trail for kilometers

  • zerox#

    zerox July 4, 2010 8:33:51 PM CEST

    Those are not smudges or water droplets. They are lights and those are not the original photographs either; they've been doctored by google after I made it known that they existed. Search for the original photos and you will see for yourself.

  • Mgoodwin1977#

    Mgoodwin1977 July 20, 2009 11:35:50 PM CEST

    Sorry, but it really does look to me like Google are telling us the truth. I've looked at Google Moon and zoomed right in. It looks like liquid droplets.It might be interesting to put a few drops of water on a glass pane, then press another pane on top of it and then remove the pane and look at how the liquid behaves. I'm sure you'd see the same pattern as seen on Google Moon.There are things that do need explaining about the Apollo missions, such as why the astronauts speak in code during some conversations. However, I am yet to be convinced of structures on the Moon.I'm not saying there are no alien structures anywhere. The Cydonia site on Mars and its similarity with Avebury (Wiltshire, UK) is very interesting and much more convincing.

  • Kerryman86#

    Kerryman86 January 20, 2009 10:38:58 PM CET

    some of them look like smudged fingerprints, the big round one resembles a water droplet that fell on the photo and spread out

  • Ofnature#

    Ofnature November 18, 2008 8:48:14 PM CET

    All you have to do is click on it for an explanation from google.. Unless you think google in part of the cover-up (even though they are trying to get private companies to go back)\"Wondering what this is? No, it\'s not an alien colony. It is a processing artifact in this image of the Moon, which was taken by one of the Lunar Orbiter satellites in the mid-1960s.The Lunar Orbiter camera system was a marvel of engineering for its time. Built long before the advent of digital sensors, the Lunar Orbiter camera captured images on black and white film that was developed on the spacecraft and then scanned with an electron gun and photo-multiplier tube, one strip at a time. The image data was then beamed back to earth as a TV signal where another system exposed film on the Earth to match the film in space, and this transfer back to film was developed using another chemical process. The entire apparatus for capturing, processing, scanning, and transmitting the photographs was all housed in a pressurized, thermally controlled container. Needless to say, there were many opportunities for imperfections to creep in.Surprisingly, the Lunar Orbiter images are still the best images available of much of the Moon, and this is one of many reasons why NASA and other space agencies are sending a new generation of satellites to the Moon over the next few years.You can learn more about these artifacts, and the work currently underway to digitally scan all the old Lunar Orbiter imagery, from the U.S. Geological Survey.\"

  • Jobeycool#

    Jobeycool November 13, 2008 7:37:00 AM CET

    Wow to be honest they look like round buildings.

  • Hansonchad#

    Hansonchad November 9, 2008 10:30:44 PM CET

    Ok, check out the website: http://www.google.com/moon/on the circles there is a question mark that leads to a popup disclaimer that these are artifacts of the photo developing process. But why then do the circles line up over multiple satelite passes all with a distinct transparent dome shape? If it was merely developing artifacts then one would expect them to be random and confined to single passes, right?

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