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TOPIC: Something moved on the Moon?

Something moved on the Moon? 22 Jun 2019 06:26 #1

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Someone posted these images on Disclose TV, also linked to BeforeitwasNews.




The first two pics were taken at 8:11 pm and note the craters to the right. The subject matter moved. There were about 100 plus pics taken that night

www.disclose.tv/images-on-the-moon-2019-beyond-science-369909

it could be a vehicle/craft casting a shadow underneath.
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Something moved on the Moon? 22 Jun 2019 06:41 #2

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Apparently this is the same object in a distant location from the first two photos.

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Something moved on the Moon? 22 Jun 2019 13:57 #3

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Something moved on the Moon? 22 Jun 2019 14:10 #4

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I'm going to mark out some of the craters using my computer's paint/draw feature so that it's easier to focus on the movement of the object.
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Something moved on the Moon? 22 Jun 2019 14:44 #5

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If anyone's got a better tool for measuring feel free, this is just a rough guide to point out certain craters in the images to use to compare the location of the object identified with the white arrow mark.
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Something moved on the Moon? 22 Jun 2019 20:08 #6

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Bollocks. Fuck off no mark.
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Something moved on the Moon? 22 Jun 2019 20:11 #7

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Lux Interior wrote:
Bollocks. Fuck off no mark.

This is Frothy's first week as a NASA trainee, cut him some slack...
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Something moved on the Moon? 22 Jun 2019 23:09 #8

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Gaia wrote:
Lux Interior wrote:
Bollocks. Fuck off no mark.

This is Frothy's first week as a NASA trainee, cut him some slack...

Lunatics.
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Something moved on the Moon? 29 Jun 2019 22:48 #9

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Another photos of the item in the previous photos




Also what seems like a sort of symmetrical diamond shaped large item



beforeitsnews.com/v3/beyond-science/2019/2453064.html
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Something moved on the Moon? 29 Jun 2019 23:02 #10

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This one's odd too, a round bit, an oblong bit, and a sort of square within a square bit, all kind of together.joined in a row.

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Something moved on the Moon? 30 Jun 2019 16:35 #11

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I can't see any signs of movement at all, Is this supposed to be some kind of prank thread or what?..:)
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Something moved on the Moon? 30 Jun 2019 18:38 #12

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Probably tumbleweed. Zzzzzzzzz
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Something moved on the Moon? 30 Jun 2019 19:57 #13

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''Nothing to see here..............move along''
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Something moved on the Moon? 30 Jun 2019 20:54 #14

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Ugh wrote:
I can't see any signs of movement at all, Is this supposed to be some kind of prank thread or what?..:)

A relocation is evidence of movement, no?
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Something moved on the Moon? 01 Jul 2019 00:18 #15

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Look, they're all exactly the friggin SAME..:)

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Something moved on the Moon? 01 Jul 2019 02:10 #16

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The movement/relocation can be seen in post #5 Ugh, I marked craters with red dots so the position change of the object can be easier seen.
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Something moved on the Moon? 01 Jul 2019 02:51 #17

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Frothy wrote:
The movement/relocation can be seen in post #5 Ugh, I marked craters with red dots so the position change of the object can be easier seen.

I still don't buy it mate.
Remember, the moon rotates which means shadows come and go, and as the pictures were taken some time apart the lighting effects were bound to be different.
What's needed is a pic that contains the start point AND the alleged "moved to" point so that we can compare the two points in just the ONE pic.
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Something moved on the Moon? 01 Jul 2019 03:31 #18

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Ugh wrote:
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The movement/relocation can be seen in post #5 Ugh, I marked craters with red dots so the position change of the object can be easier seen.

I still don't buy it mate.
Remember, the moon rotates which means shadows come and go, and as the pictures were taken some time apart the lighting effects were bound to be different.
What's needed is a pic that contains the start point AND the alleged "moved to" point so that we can compare the two points in just the ONE pic.

All three photographs on post #5 were taken within a minute.
The object changed position relative to the craters that I marked with red dots on post #5, that's all there is to it regarding the movement. It's not just a shadow that changed position, it's an object with it's shadow.

If you don't see the relocation of the subject matter then fine, just find something else to do.
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Something moved on the Moon? 01 Jul 2019 03:58 #19

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Frothy wrote:
All three photographs on post #5 were taken within a minute.
The object changed position relative to the craters that I marked with red dots on post #5, that's all there is to it regarding the movement. It's not just a shadow that changed position, it's an object with it's shadow.
If you don't see the relocation of the subject matter then fine, just find something else to do.

I'll have another look tomorrow, photos are my speciality, my WW2 pics (under my wargaming name PoorOldSpike) at Mission4Today forum have had 7 million views so far, I'm kool..:)

www.mission4today.com/index.php?name=ForumsPro&file=viewforum&f=92
www.mission4today.com/index.php?name=ForumsPro&file=viewforum&f=134
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Something moved on the Moon? 01 Jul 2019 05:47 #20

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The moon does spin on its axis but it takes about 27 days for one rotation, this is the same time that it takes to orbit the Earth and why no matter where you are on the Earth you always see the same side of the moon.

If the moon didn't have such a rotation people in New Zealand would see the opposing side of the moon to those in the UK.

This can be easily tested by holding a tennis ball or anything else ball shaped, don't spin it but orbit it around your head, when it's at the back of your head, the opposing side of the ball will be the side facing your head, but the moon would have completed a half spin on it's axis by the time it's half way around the Earth, and that's why we always see the same side. The motion is called synchronous rotation.

Not a lot of people know that...
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