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Old 03-27-2009, 11:53 AM   #1
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Default Moon Week March 27th - April 5th 2009. International Year of Astronomy

Moon Week March 27th - April 5th 2009. International Year of Astronomy Part 1 of 2

Personally I believe man went to the moon. I also believe that the footage nasa has shown us is mixed with truth and untruth. Some of their footage I believe has had the horizons blacked out whilst others may have been filmed on earth, I don't really know. What I do know is that there are some strange things on the moon which we have never seen before. 'Til now:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3taph4hRGGk&fmt=22

Moon week is March 27th - April 5th 2009. International Year of Astronomy. The pictures and film of the moon (from earth) shown in this video were taken through a 12" Meade Telescope. Please watch in high quality. Part 1 of 2. This is some of the closest film of the moon ever recorded. Astrophotography by John Lenard Walson. Re edit and audio Egyptian Missed by Gridkeeper March 2009.

PART 2 - Moon Week part 2 of 2 2009 International Year of Astronomy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4enN88SNPw&fmt=22


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World Exclusive Close Moon Filmed from Earth - April 1st Moon Week 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VI3us5pXsQg&fmt=22

Moon filmed In Infrared - Area Near Clavius - Moon Week 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJeDsYXXM2Q&fmt=22

Lunar Ray Crater Copernicus filmed from Earth for Moon Week 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvVfmAhoZSk&fmt=22

Clavius Moon Crater filmed from Earth for Moon Week UK 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaV-1j3ChLA&fmt=22

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Old 03-27-2009, 12:20 PM   #2
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wow!!1 amazing as always man!!

that is a great video!!!!

Thanks for the heads up on Moon week!!

Oddly enough i was not aware of it.. i should check my emails more often. lol

Many thanks GK,

love to you and John.

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Old 03-27-2009, 01:23 PM   #3
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damn!....!....!....!.....!........


i keep watching this....

Seriously,
this is the BEST footage/pics of the Moon ive seen.. ever!

whoahhhh!!!!

soo amazing, thanks sooooo much!!

gonna be a lotta people who would never listen to me and called me a "raging lunatic", .... that i always told them. " i know there is evidence of civilization up there" ..... lol

who wont have much to say after stuff like this! haha
dang... You guys rock man, Im so glad youve kept at it!!!! <3
Bless yas

P>S>...... Is that JESUS????????? lol.. wtf?????

wow, ........ for real? or moses??
or a really long dead guy that has facial hair in a "tomb"?

wtf am i seeing................ thats crazy man.. i dunno what to think now... damn... *lost*

omg.. this is like the 4th time ive edited this (nah im not a raging lunatic) haha :P

but for real..... please help me understand what i am seeing...
i clearly see the figure, that resmbles a man ( jesus-ish, moses-ish) looking...

is that... a huge mountain range?? it has to be right?
but.. that lookss like that?.... i am soo effing lost.....

wow. lol

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Old 03-27-2009, 02:49 PM   #4
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Hi Gridkeeper...

Im sure it wont be visible in this image....

but could i get a general area to look?

if not,
im sure i could find it..
maybe not with this image.. but thru a lunar broswer..
tho it would still be doctored heeavily i am sure..

any chance of coords or a general "yay big" radius to search thru?
I would be happy with just that!! lol

I see a few places that look similar... but, ive only looked a couple minutes.. and am being rather lazy..
apologies. lol
again tho.. if not, thats cool.. id understand.
thanks again.

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Old 03-27-2009, 09:28 PM   #5
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sorry for all the attention im paying to this thread....

but, i need to BUMP this.

this is incredible!
of all the stuff ive always "known" about what is up there...

i never fathomed that..... this is really.... GREAT stuff folks!
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Old 03-27-2009, 11:18 PM   #6
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found it!!!! (for the most part!!)

Should i post up my findings? lol
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Old 03-28-2009, 12:11 AM   #7
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Ok,

I cant upload my files their original size here in my album...
if I have to I will upload them to a host and paste the [IMG] url in afterwards..

First here is an illustration of the general area...
Ive edited it a bit to make it easier to tell what is what...

(original here)

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Description:

* A: Sinus Iridium (Regenbogenbucht)
* B: Montes Jura (Jura-Gebirge)
* C: Plato
* D: Montes Alpes (Alpen)
* E: Aristillus
* F: Autolycus
* G: Archimedes
* H: Palus Putretinis (Sumpf der Fäulnis)
* I: Hadley Rille
* J: Apollo 15 landing site
* K: Montes Apenninus (Apenninen)
* L: Erathostenes
* M: Montes Carpatus (Karpaten)
* N: Copernicus
* O: Montes Caucasus (Kaukasus)

Here is a Moon Picture Ive edited a little.. to show where on the moon one would look...

(Original Image, full size)

Here is the same area, you can see the 3 main craters we are looking at and have labeled...

From Here
(Map-a-Planet.org)

Ive got reeaallly BIG shots of the same area from the same site,
But they are too big to upload... Ill figure that out here shortly... lol
Ill be back in a few,
But now we know (for whoever didnt) lol..
Where in these videos we are looking at....
Still some work to do...
Be back in a bit once i figure this whole size/resolution thing out... lol
Got a few more pics to add to.. i think.. hmm...

yeah... some stuff to do....
bbl.
Thanks.
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Old 03-28-2009, 01:52 AM   #8
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Sorry man but I don't see anything other than some mountain like things and rocks and bumps and stuff. I guess I just don't have the eye for it. It's like when Richard Hoagland and John Lear are talking about buildings and bridges and stuff on the moon , I'm like WTF are you talking about?, all I see is bumps and rocks and everything else but buildings and bridges. LOL Sorry I guess I don't get it.
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Old 03-28-2009, 02:01 AM   #9
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LOL, usually when Lear and Hoagland would show stuff like that...
i usually said wtf are you talkign about to... not often did i see what they saw...

however... this is MUCH better!!!

got more pics and some shadyness comin up... lol

ohh yeah.. just so no one is confused with what im doing...

any pics or whatever Im posting....

show nothing!! lol

Just the area to focus on if we're going to research it for ourselves.

to be honest... i think this is really for my own 'needs'.. and peace of mind.. so i know where to look...
but i might as well share right. lol

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Old 03-28-2009, 02:27 AM   #10
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again, sorry these arent the original size.
The original images are a bit easier to see...
but still.. no matter what i do with size/pixels or resolution..
this area will not focus like the rest of its surroundings...... surprise!!

Here are the 3 Craters again,
Archimedes, Autolycus, and Aristillus, along with the proximity of where we need to be looking.. (im pretty sure) lol



a bit closer...





and here is the edge/bottom of Autolycus crater,
along with the key area circled in red....


Even when I have it on its full, original size...
The surrounding areas can be zoomed in even further,
still clear enough to see fairly decent...

BUT.. No matter what you do.... Rima Hadley is not visible!
Not surprising really....
But i really thought (for a second) [silly me]...
that with this program i would at least be able to make out the mountains..
to at least be able to pinpoint it...
like i can with soo many other areas of the Moon.

No go.... lol.

Its interesting... How these images were taken from flying above the moon itself, very close...
( Much closer than JLW can get with his 12' mead)

Yet we have images from JLW and Gridkeeper , hundreds of times better than this junk!!

Thank god for folks Like JLW and Gridkeeper.. who actually care about the truth, and will put their own a$$es on the line just to bring us some truth.

You guys are a blessing. Thank you.



if you get bored.. try checking out that Lunar browser for yourself...

Dan. Im going to have to do a screengrab for you of that video....

there is no mistaking this image!!!
Love abounds.

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Old 03-28-2009, 06:44 AM   #11
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ohh my god....

Here is the second part...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4enN...eature=channel

WoW!!!! this is powerful!!

Dan, tell me you dont see more than just rocks there? lol

unreal!!! i love this!!! lol <3
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Old 03-28-2009, 06:56 AM   #12
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yeah tell me where or what to look at, or do a screen shot and show me! LOL
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Old 03-28-2009, 07:19 AM   #13
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Oh and I see a lot of JLW and John Lenard Walson and moon film and all rights reserved and mar. something 2009 all over the video!!!!! geez man, I want to watch the video not advertisement. If he has to do something like that then why can't he put it across the top or bottom instead of all over everywhere you look. Oops I must be gettin cranky at 3:30 in the morning, LOL! HaHa
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Old 03-28-2009, 10:08 AM   #14
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lol,

he could write "NWO" or something else ridiculous all over it for all i care..
as long as i got to see this! lol

no one on this Planet in our time has ever brought forth something like this i dont think...

not even the clowns who have been there! lol

there has been lots and lots of evidence over the years....

but i feel this is more like proof than evidence. lol

no one else has ever brought us video like this.... i think if i had captured something so extraordinary... i would want to tag it also. lol

so its cool with me!!

again.... lol

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Old 03-31-2009, 04:28 PM   #15
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Oh and I see a lot of JLW and John Lenard Walson and moon film and all rights reserved and mar. something 2009 all over the video!!!!! geez man, I want to watch the video not advertisement. If he has to do something like that then why can't he put it across the top or bottom instead of all over everywhere you look. Oops I must be gettin cranky at 3:30 in the morning, LOL! HaHa

Hi, please understand something. This is NOT advertisement, it is protection of the images andvideo from source. For the time being this will not change. Thanks for watching.
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Old 04-06-2009, 04:28 AM   #16
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Interesting pics! What is the significance of moon week? Is there any relation to the weird things that have been happening around the world? ....Killings all over in Us, North Korea rocket launch, Earthqauke in italy!....and many many more! I'm kinda like hmmmm...

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Old 04-07-2009, 02:01 AM   #17
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Moon Week is at this time because it's the International Year of Astronomy plus it's a good week to see some exciting areas of the moon.



Nice one orion!

Check this one out. Infared test. new videos which I'll upload throughout the week will be the highest resolution to date. Also with some crater zooms.

Moon filmed In Infared - Area Near Clavius - Moon Week 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJeDsYXXM2Q&fmt=22
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Old 04-07-2009, 02:38 AM   #18
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Thanks Gridkeeper! Do you know what next? is it going to be sun week, pluto week? I like the idea "International Year of Astronomy"!
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Old 04-07-2009, 09:18 PM   #19
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Lol, I don't fancy looking at the Sun for a week.

here's the next moon film video, i tried to do this one differently when it came to converting the file. I don't know if I made it worse or youtube converted the file this way. Will maybe do a test on the next Clavius film to see if i can the images to play sharper on youtube.


Liking the addition you did to the logo Orion!


Lunar Ray Crater Copernicus filmed from Earth for Moon Week 2009

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvVfmAhoZSk

Lunar Ray Crater Copernicus filmed froom Earth for Moon Week 2009 using a 12" Meade telescope by JLW. Watch in high quality, says HD but is not true HD and as you can see this quality conversion is ok bnut could be alot better. Wiki - Copernicus is visible using binoculars, and is located slightly northwest of the center of the Moon's Earth-facing hemisphere. South of the crater is the Mare Insularum, and to the south-south west is the crater Reinhold. North of Copernicus are the Montes Carpatus, which lie at the south edge of Mare Imbrium. West of Copernicus is a group of dispersed lunar hills. Due to its relative youth, the crater has remained in a relatively pristine shape since it formed.

The circular rim has a discernible hexagonal form, with a terraced inner wall and a 30 km wide, sloping rampart that descends nearly a kilometer to the surrounding mare. There are three distinct terraces visible, and arc-shaped landslides due to slumping of the inner wall as the crater debris subsided.

Most likely due to its recent formation, the crater floor has not been flooded by lava. The terrain along the bottom is hilly in the southern half while the north is relatively smooth. The central peaks consist of three isolated mountainous rises climbing as high as 1.2 km above the floor. These peaks are separated from each other by valleys, and they form a rough line along an east-west axis. Infrared observations of these peaks during the 1980s determined that they were primarily composed of the mafic form of olivine.


"Picture of the Century" oblique view of the interior of Copernicus from Lunar Orbiter 2. NASA photo.Based on high-resolution images from Lunar Orbiter 5, Terry W. Offield of the U.S. Geological Survey described the crater as having,

...a hummocky crater rim, numerous large slump blocks on the crater wall, and a complex of central peaks. Sets of parallel fractures, aligned with the lunar structure grid, formed after the crater wall took its present form, but before the smoothest floor materials were emplaced. The smooth floor materials show a swirling pattern of cracks like those seen on terrestrial lava flows. These materials are associated with numerous hills that have summit craters and are probably small volcanoes. Several low places on the rim and wall are partly filled by what appears to be ponded volcanic material, or possibly fluidized impact debris.
Copernicus is a prominent lunar impact crater located in eastern Oceanus Procellarum. It is estimated to be about 800 million years old, and typifies craters that formed during the Copernican period in that it has a prominent
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Old 04-08-2009, 09:13 PM   #20
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Final video in the moon week series although i'm thinking of doing a compilation version.

Clavius Moon Crater filmed from Earth for Moon Week UK 2009
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaV-1j3ChLA

Clavius Moon Crater filmed from Earth for Moon Week UK 2009 by John Lenard walson with a 12" scope. Please Watch In High Quality.Edit and audio by Gridkeeper with full permission.

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Clavius on the moon. NASA photo.
Coordinates 58.4° S, 14.4° W
Diameter 225 km
Depth 3.5 km
Colongitude 15° at sunrise
Eponym Christoph Klau
Clavius is one of the largest crater formations on the Moon, and it is the third largest crater on the visible near side. It is located in the rugged southern highlands of the Moon, to the south of the prominent ray crater Tycho.
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Old 04-11-2009, 06:12 PM   #21
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Best one yet:

Lunar Moon Crater Copernicus Close up 2009 filmed through a 12" Meade LX 90 telescope by John Lenard Walson. Video edit, audio and hosting by Gridkeeper. I tried to get this clearer but it's still not enough. The original film is incredible. This might look better when viewed on a Mac and old PC screens, not the LCD ones. PLease watch using the high quality option.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYa1LyVWiaQ
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Old 04-11-2009, 08:52 PM   #22
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Just added this one:

Tall Moon Tower / Mountain / Monolith in the Clavius area.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0h88mYixiA&fmt=22
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Old 03-28-2009, 09:57 PM   #23
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ohh thanks soo much Kathleen!! <3

I actually have heard of him before....
but honestly, I completely forgot.. doh!!!

ahh, i needed that, thanks!

Im with you Sister Kathleen..
... I cant get enough of this stuff m'friend!! lol :P
and thanks for the compliment.

Yep, you are also right on the JLW thing.....
and I would do the same thing had it happened to me or one of you.

Many thanks! <3 <3 <3
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Old 03-31-2009, 04:27 PM   #25
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ohh my god....

Here is the second part...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4enN...eature=channel

WoW!!!! this is powerful!!

Dan, tell me you dont see more than just rocks there? lol

unreal!!! i love this!!! lol <3
i didn't read the whole thread before I made my posts above. LoL.
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