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Thanks Masjosh for the link.

Yes, I posted the links in the Links section, here

Sorry I messed them off, I assumed everyone was like me and after logging in, started with the "Recent Posts" which would have shown it.

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http://159.226.88.30:8080/CE2release/cesMain.jsp

 



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I love this idea. Can you provide a link where I can view the Chinese dataset?



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I cannot help feeling that it would be worth our while to select a large lunar anomaly, such as the 'bridge' in the apollo images, and then we all search the other datasets including the Chinese and Indian images to try and find the are where this anomaly is supposed to be. It would be great if we could find it in other independent datasets but I suspect that we wont. Nonetheless, a concentrated effort to find one would be a good idea and all we need is the Lat & Long of the feature (or of the nearest lunar feature)  to give us a starting point for our hunt.

 

Does anyone have a favourite?



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