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I see we have similar tastes Deuem. Can you believe this?



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Being a newbie on this site, just take this gif for what ever you want to make of it. Think of it as an EM countour map of the area. Black going in and white coming out.  Deuems



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Hi goggog, we are just very carefull. Therefore, I respect every opinion. We want to make this bulletproof but of course it is very diffcult. Especially this lunar anomaly is not easy to assess.

Perhaps we can rent a small observatory for a day, which would produce better pictures than those, that has been created with private telescopes. A "real" good telescope, such as an apochromatic refractor telescope can cost more than $ 300,000. This is beyond my possibilitiesno

But maybe there are people, who have the chance to get access to an observatory or there is someone who has such noble equipment...



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We would welcome your feedback on our report. It is necessary for us to know, whether it is useful to continue our research on such Moon anomalies or not. We also believe that criticism can be useful. So don't hold back. smileWe just want to find out the truth.


 Greetings! Criticism? To have impudence to criticize, we should be the best. I consider myself not such as the big expert in search of anomalies. I want to tell that finds at you good and it was interesting to consider them. Dare in the same spirit and let good luck accompanies you. And good luck only at those who is persistent and perseveringsmile



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Hi,
We would welcome your feedback on our report. It is necessary for us to know, whether it is useful to continue our research on such Moon anomalies or not. We also believe that criticism can be useful. So don't hold back. smileWe just want to find out the truth.



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Hi goggog. Within our website, there is always reference to all sources and to all investigated objects in every analysis report. We always listed the complete identifier of picture, the source URL, the exact coordinates and so on. However we did not set a direct link to the source. Maybe this is, what your're asking for. The source URL is written inside the first image of our report. But you're right, there is no clickable link. This is something we can change. In the next days every report will have a link. Thank you for this hint and for your interest.

We're also planning to present the other discoveries on this board.
It just take some time to translate everything into English.



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In! It is another story. Thanks. By the way, on your personal site a similar lack - absence of addresses of investigated objects. I apologize, if what not sowink



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Ah, okay. Here are the links you've asked for:

Or this one. This is an example made by a telescope:



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Thanks. I have perfectly understood you, though I communicate through the translator.wink
Here this reference : http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/lunar_orbiter/Directs on the general not a concrete finding of object. And the reference to a concrete site of investigated object is desirable. For earlier I apologize, if not clearly I state the thought



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Привет goggog. Простите, но это все, что у нас есть. Все мы знаем, стоит в тексте. Или вы хотите узнать что-то особенное? Я надеюсь, вы сможете понять мое России перевод.wink

Hallo goggog. Sorry, but that's all we have. Everthing we know is in the text. Or do you want to know something special? I hope you can understand my russian translation. wink



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Приветствия выпуклый ! Добро пожаловать на форум. Очень интересные исследования. Можете ли вы дать конкретные ссылки исследуемого объекта?



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Hi!

Many greetings from Germany. We are glad, to meet so many interested people. This is our first contribution here. So please excuse us, if our English translation contains a few errors. smile We have, by accident, found an anomaly on the moon. Usually we examine Mars anomalies, but this one was too odd. We're not sure whether this is artificial or natural. There is a good probability that this one is just a natural structure. Your experience could be helpful to assess this anomaly. It's up to you to debunk or to confirm this one. We present all details we have found:

The image where we first discovered the anomaly was taken by the Lunar Orbiter 4 space probe:


LO4-085-H2

Currently, all data tapes of the five Lunar Orbiter missions are being digitized in the course of the Lunar Orbiter Image Recovery Project (LOIRP). The good resolution of the digital photos reveals many details. Unfortunately, the degree of contrast is very low in many pictures. But this can be changed.

Reference:
The picture shown here has the Identifier 4085_h2 and can be publicly viewed and downloaded at:

http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/lunar_orbiter/


Target Area:
The anomaly is located next to the inner edge of the Plinius crater (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plinius_crater) and can be easily overlooked.

Horus Geoglyph


At the first glance this appears not to be an artificial structure. At closer inspection, even without contrast enhancement, you can find the shape of an odd figure. There is a darker area with the shape of a person who seems to be in a sitting or squatting position. It could also be a natural random phenomenon. However, this figure has some very distinctive features for which we have found culture-historical counterparts on earth.


Comparison:
The following image shows examples of the Egyptian god Horus, depicted on certain bullae (a kind of jewelry or even protective amulet). Horus is often depicted here in squatting position, with one hand in front of his face. Some show him with a human head or with the head of a falcon and a crown. However, the horned sun crown is rarely seen. The parallels and the conceptual similarities are obvious. But this alone is no evidence.


3_horus_bulla.jpg


Sizes:
The crater itself have a diameter of 43 km. According to our calculations, the figure is nearly 8 km (~ 5 mi) long. This is of course extremely large. The largest geoglyph on earth is the marree man in australia and is 4.2 km (2.6 mi) long. Such a huge figure can only be set up with great effort.


Sizes


Reconstruction:
We now have highlighted the contours and traced the outline. It is recommended to recreate this process for yourself. Note: Results can include subjective influences. Therefore, this process should be regarded only as a visual aid! It depends on yourself, to assess objectively such pictures.


Reconstruction

Technical/Artistic Aspects:
There is a difference if a geoglyph is created with serveral detailed body characteristics or just by drawing an outline like a simple black/white figure. In the latter case, the creation of such a huge geoglyph would be much easier and it would be much faster to realise. Except for some certain physical features, especially the eye of Horus plays a important role, because it has a symbolic meaning. Many ancient depictions show the eye of horus, directly behind his beak. However, from a great distance this eye would not be visible anymore. To avoid this, the eye should be much larger and it should have a strong contrast compared with the dark background. It is striking, that many of the ancient depictions show Horus with a big round light area below his eyes. Through this feature this bright area stands substitutional for the function of the eye when you look down to this figure from a greater distance.


Horus - Moon Eye

Only at close range one would recognize the true eye. Note, that the Lunar Orbiter image was assembled from multiple photo strips. The cutting/connection lines are distributed at regular intervals across the entire image. Just be aware, that these lines may not be involved in the process of reconstruction.


Moon Eye

By the way, it should be mentioned, that the back of the figure has been entirely attached to the crater wall. It would be a wise choice because this approach simplifies the work even further.

Artistic similarities:
The "Horus Geoglyph" shows a number of similarities with ancient depictions of Horus. In the following image, we have listed all matching characteristics, based on examples from depection on bas-reliefs, papyrus-documents, and bullae(amulets).


Reconstruction 2

Symbolic Meaning:
There exists a very special relationship between Horus and the moon. In the eygyption mythology the eyes of Horus represent the sun and moon. His left eye is also called the "Moon Eye".
So, it would be of extraordinary significance, to place a depiction of Horus on the Moon. And actually he shows us his "Moon Eye". Furthermore, it seems, that the figure looks in the direction of the crater center. Perhaps this also has a meaning. However, structural abnormalities can not be detected in the center. Apart from the fact that it looks like that there is another small crater/depression/pit in the center.


Horus View

More shots from the Plinius crater:
The following image is an animated .gif file consisting of 6 images of the Plinius crater. The first one is an exerpt made by Lunar Orbiter 4. The next two were made by Apollo 15 and Apollo 17. The last three are made by amateurs with high performance telescopes. On all of them you can find the Horus Geoglyph.


Plinius Crater

Conclusion:
It would be great, if we were in the position to give a clear conclusion. Yes, there are many amazing details that indicate that this could be an artificial structure. However, the circumstances are not clear enough to allow a binding statement. If it is indeed artificial, then it is probably the largest artificially created struture which can be viewed from Earth (with the help of good telescopes, of course). Perhaps we have overlooked something or there is something we made wrong. Please review our analysis report and post your opinions here.



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