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Re: images of airborne objects near the lunar surface mufon

Post by Loneqqwolf » Sun Oct 18, 2009 2:11 am

pindz wrote:
stevezizu wrote:very interesting whats a really good telescope to buy?

http://www.telescopes.com/

look on youtube "how to buy a telesope"


Thank you for the link, I think I will get the Meade DS-2130 AT-TC Refractor.

http://www.telescopes.com/telescopes/re ... nology.cfm

Price is perfect for my budget at $329.99

I think my best view of the moon will come next spring when I'm in California at an alt. of 8500 feet. Sweet :cheers:

Re: images of airborne objects near the lunar surface mufon

Post by Loneqqwolf » Sun Oct 18, 2009 1:57 am

I find the photo's very interesting, but of course I also have a question or two.

The outline of the object shows a side view, or showing the shape of a disc as one would see from the side, I would think that the photo would show a downward shot or from top down, which in MHO should look like a donut or like this O with no dome on the top.

There is however a way to get the shot with dome seen or a shot of the north pole of the moon where an angle could be obtained, but I also feel that the ground in that area would have to be white or showing the surface as with ice and not green as the one photo shows.

I did a few screen shots and filters and a close up shows a object that looks like a hershy
kiss chocolate, there is a light source around the object that is very bright and my filters can't enter or give me a look as to what is under it.

I'd really like to say omg it's a ufo, but I can't.

Thank you for sharing. :cheers:

Re: images of airborne objects near the lunar surface mufon

Post by Stevezizu » Sun Oct 18, 2009 12:49 am

sweet thanks man

Re: images of airborne objects near the lunar surface mufon

Post by Darrylmckay » Sat Oct 17, 2009 11:29 pm

Cool photos.......objects flying around the surface of the moon, there is nothing else they could be.

Re: images of airborne objects near the lunar surface mufon

Post by Pindz » Sat Oct 17, 2009 11:24 pm

stevezizu wrote:very interesting whats a really good telescope to buy?

http://www.telescopes.com/

look on youtube "how to buy a telesope"

Re: images of airborne objects near the lunar surface mufon

Post by Stevezizu » Sat Oct 17, 2009 10:27 pm

very interesting whats a really good telescope to buy?

images of airborne objects near the lunar surface mufon

Post by bugmenot » Sat Oct 17, 2009 10:26 pm

numerous images of airborne objects near the lunar surface :alien: http://mufoncms.com/cgi-bin/manage_sigh ... st_reports

mufon report

Location of Event
OH, US

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Long Description of Sighting Report
I use a Celestron CPC-800 telescope and Nikon D60 D-SLR to produce digital images of the lunar surface. I have numerous images of airborne objects near the lunar surface. Most are saucer shaped and show light signatures. They would have to be quite large craft, in my opinion. See attached photos.


http://mufoncms.com/cgi-bin/manage_sigh ... st_reports :alien:

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