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Yes, this is an excellent anomaly and in my opinion, you can definitely see a wall-like structure in the images above. It looks massive. As always though, we will never get the comment we would like from NASA.

Thanks for posting it here but everyone, remember to save all of the best anomalies on our own PCs since any site cannot be relied apon to be here forever. They can take down individual sites on the web, but they cannot take down all our PCs - unless they stop the internet.

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The Paracelsus Crater Anomaly (based on other peoples work but additional research and an accurate location supplied by me. Location Lat: -21.6474  Long: 165.2133)

For sometime I have been fascinated by the Paracelsus Crater Anomalies as posted on both the 'UFO sightings daily' and the www.whatsupinthesky.com websites. The images and video posted on these sites has been taken from the original Apollo 15 image AS15-P-8868. Unfortunately without an accurate location for the anomaly on this enormous image I have never been able to compare the location with that of the LROC quick map or supporting images........ Until now!!....Working methodically around the Paracelsus crater I eventually found the anomalies in Paracelsus 'C'. What I found intrigued me even further as the anomalies proved to be very interesting indeed and in greater detail. 

Wall 1.jpg

The Wall

One of these anomalies nicknamed 'the wall' on the aforementioned websites indeed (on further investigation) does looks like a long rectangular block of some sort. Although I have been able to show that the edges may not be as straight (more tapered in fact) as indicated before, it certainly stands up as an interesting anomaly considering it sits on a very flat surface that stretches miles either side.

The Block

The second 'block' anomaly is most interesting as it appears differently on images taken at this location. On the current LROC Quick map it appears to be a hole in total shadow whereas on image M118769870L there appears to be a definite structure above the surface as it castes a long shadow all of its own. The shadows on each of the anomalies in the LROC image even look to contradict each other. I hope you can see this!!

3rd Anomaly

The third object looks to be as near a right angle as you can possibly get.

Wall 2.jpg

Collectively I feel they definitely look out of place. (Slide below)

Wall 3.jpg

Of course the angle of the sun and the gradient of the surrounding surface must be playing a part in this but I would be very interested to hear any views on this.

Observations most welcome.

TG

 

 



-- Edited by The Genealogist on Sunday 30th of November 2014 07:30:06 PM



-- Edited by The Genealogist on Sunday 30th of November 2014 07:41:40 PM

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