Why are the moons craters all the same depth?

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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 10:20 pm » by Huge1234


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huge1234 wrote:i know this is a bit off topic but...

i just stumbled accross this image... ignore what the text says that not the reason im posting it... look at the tripod... there seems to be some sort of 'colour' chart on it... that seems shows a pale shade or red...

i remember seeing the colour corrected images of mars that were created by comparing images from earth and mars of the r g b ? coloured arrows around the manual joystick controller

if someone has photoshop skills do u reakon that its possible to do it with this image ?... or is the red colouring a just trick of the light ?

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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 10:23 pm » by Lowsix


Using that color chart, which is routinely used for color correction..it shows something odd.

The color chart contains pure black and pure white, as well as 50% grey, and red, and cyan..generally ehy show yellow, although not on this one..

so that if a photographer overexposes an image, you can tell photoshop to assign 50% grey to the grey box, and black to the black box.

When equalized using the chart, the scene goes REALLY dark.
I cant account for that really..actually..

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show me an elliptical crater on the moon please..
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Ive never once seen one. Ever.
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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 10:27 pm » by Huge1234


maybe the darkness is because it was take in a shaded area... or on the dark side of the moon ?

the plot thickens... as usual... hehe :D

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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 10:33 pm » by Drextin


here is a map of one region of the moon.

The craterlets as they are called are small in comparison to the larger round craters. Due to less activity of large objects over time and the moon cooling. Smaller objects hitting a solid moon.

http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/mapcatalog/usgs/I837/72dpi.jpg

A nasa image............again you have to look closely. The odder shaped craters or craterlets are small.

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/Mini-RF/news/2009-01-16_south_polar.html
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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 10:35 pm » by Drextin


Here is a far better image from google moon. You can make out elliptical craters and other shapes.

http://www.google.com/moon/#lat=-16.9&lon=17.2&apollo=
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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 10:46 pm » by Huge1234


drextin wrote:here is a map of one region of the moon.

The craterlets as they are called are small in comparison to the larger round craters. Due to less activity of large objects over time and the moon cooling. Smaller objects hitting a solid moon.

http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/mapcatalog/usgs/I837/72dpi.jpg

A nasa image............again you have to look closely. The odder shaped craters or craterlets are small.

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/Mini-RF/news/2009-01-16_south_polar.html


you can see the direction the object was going on this image cut from the 2nd link... and the fact it was coming in from a shallower angle... or as i like to call it... attacked from the flanks.. lol

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turquoise is the objects direction of travel

but why would this kind of evidence be only visable with the smaller craters ?

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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 10:52 pm » by Vulcanic


LowSix wrote:OK , so perfectly round doesn't account for specificity of my implication...

Ill rephrase.

Why do all meteor strikes create mostly round (at least by peripheral radial examination) craters? If there are glancing blows, as certainly there must be or blows at wider angles then 90º, why are there not oblong craters?

You really think all meteorites come into the planet at a perfect 90º angle to create Round-ish or concentric impact marks?

Ill venture to say that they dont..so why are all the craters round-ISH..instead of say..oblong (since there is no atmosphere to deflect or slow angular strikes)?


i'm no expert but just taking a guess i would asume the impact hole is not as big as the crater hole ,, when it hits there a explosion and sound waves pressure heat that blows out all around the impact hole making it a circle shape,, it could be square but the shock waves still must circle out from within the square... just guessing here..
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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 10:56 pm » by Huge1234


ive just been doing some technical anglery with my arm and my lighter... and assuming that 90 deg is a straight dead on impact... i reakon that to create an eliptical looking crater... the object would need to be travelling between 30 - 75 degreess... obviously the more degress the less elipticalness / oblongevity... anything less than 30 degress would leave a trail similar to the 1 indicated in my edit image in previous post... the lesser the degreeage the longer the scar... and also lesser the degreeage means the terrain would need to be increasingly flatter... and the bigger the object... the more chace it has of just deflecting off the moon... like a snooker ball behaves

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PostWed Aug 12, 2009 11:31 pm » by Slith


I still think the moon is artificial. Talked about this before, and this might explain why all that hits is nearly perfectly rounded. It only goes so far in??? Astronauts mentioned hollow bell sounds when they landed. Don't know for sure, but this is a theory. Something to speculate. But before you nail me to the cross, Google this info, it is there.
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PostThu Aug 13, 2009 5:44 am » by Realorfake


LowSix wrote:
@realorfake..
show me an elliptical crater on the moon please..
(if you have one in mind)
Ive never once seen one. Ever.


I stuck a pic in my last post...page 2
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