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Here is a slightly closer view of the image seen above. The effective resolution is 75cm per pixel. Many people when presented with this kind of view tend to think what they are seeing is just the lunar terrain but when they look right into the image they start to see many objects that they would normally overlook.

This close view shows some excellent object detail that can only be built structures. In fact, the whole of the view is covered with typical lunar-type structures and notice how, from a distant viewpoint, they appear to be part of the terrain. Now... why is it that the major space institutions haven't noticed these important objects on the lunar surface? There are some quite large structures showing in the view.

I suspect that this capture is a Clementine image due to the vertical striping.

 

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Here's another fine example of surface object detail. This image is a RAW capture. Resolution 2m per pixel with 200% browser zoom. Effective resolution 1m per pixel.

Notice how all the structures tend to blend in with the terrain. References not shown as quick map are replacing some high resolution images with pixelized rubbish.

It would appear that someone does not want us to see what is really on the surface. Members, please send a PM if you would like to know the location of the views.

 

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I have added this adjusted view so you can decide what ban be seen in the view. It would seem that what we are being told about what's really on the surface of the moon is something completely different. This adjusted view shows that a multitude of structural objects have been constructed at this location.

Do you think these structural objects were constructed in a vacuum? I don't, that's for sure.

 

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Why does truth need "protective layers" when everything there is to see is in plain sight?

Here is the original capture for the above image as can be observed using Quick Map.

The effective resolution is 1m per pixel.

 

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For this far-side view I have had to increase the brightness by a considerable degree as the original Quick Map image is very dark. I suspect that this is a Clementine capture due to the vertical formatting. The resolution is 4m per pixel with a browser zoom of 400%, effectively producing a resolution of 1m per pixel.

There are many built structures showing in the view that the scientific institutions must have known about prior to the different missions, so I have to ask if the scientists and other mission organisers knew they were there why were so many pieces of Apollo hardware and other devices allowed to be deliberately crashed into the lunar surface? If these structures are occupied I suspect that the occupants would not be pleased about a load of redundant scrap metal crashing onto their treasured domain.

Maybe it's the lunar people who are responsible for producing the VLF hum that many people on this planet are hearing and sound experts are unable to find the source of.

After all, we have been crashing probes and other devices into the lunar surface for a very long time, the first being a Russian impact probe in September 1959.

This whole view is full of structures, so if anyone tells you that there is nothing on the moon, tell them to take a good look at the images displayed in this thread.

The shapes are easily recognizable and there are many features that they have in common such as small towers protruding from the roof of the base structure. 

 

farside_400_4m_crp1K_2.jpg

 

 

 

 



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In the first view, I have slightly enhanced the image as seen above to improve the edge definition.  The second image shows some of the objects and some of the other shapes would appear to be "beyond belief". I would like someone from one of the scientific institutions to tell us that the objects and shapes showing in the view could not possibly be as we are constantly being told that there is no-one living on the moon due to the atmosphere being a vacuum - or is it that the atmosphere is not really a vacuum at all?

It's obvious that someone constructed all these objects and the central bright feature has the appearance of being a modern structure. Many of the other structures blend in with the terrain and this is probably because the raw materials were mined from the surface but to build this many structures there has to be plenty of water available.

From observing what can be seen in the view it would appear that the moon is an orbiting planet in its own right and could well be inhabited.

Do you have any views or comments about what can be seen?

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If you failed to spot any of the special object detail in the first image, have a look at this view.

Although there is a vertical blind effect over the image, in some ways this effect has done us a favour.

There is a huge amount of interesting objects and shapes to observe in the view.

My question is, should we be seeing any of these particular objects and shapes if, as we are being told, there is nothing on the moon?

Look right into the image, in fact stare at it for a while and certain object detail starts to become apparent.

Notice that many of the structural objects are well camouflaged and tend to blend in with the landscape.

Resolution is 50cm per pixel using 200% zoom. The brightness and contrast have been increased.

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I came across this view by chance whilst I was looking for another image.

There are lots of objects in the view, some you may recognise as being familiar.

I think I now know the reason why it is so hard to spot objects on the surface.

Concentration is required to make out the different shapes.

Have a look at the view and see what you make of it.

Resolution is 2m per pixel. Brightness and contrast have been increased.

 

long_struct_2m_100_1K_bc.jpg

 



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