Posts Tagged ‘Thermal Cameras’
W. Travis a DOD employee writes, The NASA video shows HD thermal pockets on the moon where the LCROSS rocket was supposed to hit. However, NASA says the selected area was chosen due to the extreme cold temperatures where the Sun would not have melted any ice. There are two problems: 1. “The thermal camera shows clear pockets of circular hot spots that are in unlighted areas on the moon. This is impossible unless the cameras were adjusted to read a minute amount of heat. If the cameras were adjusted to pick up the smallest amounts of heat, the explosion would have been a very bright white spot on impact. There was not even the slightest hint of heat at the impact point even though NASA commentators said there were definite signatures from the explosion.”
2. From the 1969 Apollo tapes you can see there is at least an inch of dust that covers the moon. The second stage of the LCROSS rocket (which was recording the event) had 4 minutes to see at least the movement of that dust if the rocket had failed to detonate. If not the TNT included on the LC1 rocket would have accelerated anything into the view of the cameras. Even dust flying around (especially from an explosion), the particles put off small amount of heat when colliding with each other, when NASA switches to the thermal cameras they recorded nothing.
Other anomalies in the posted NASA video: The second stage of the rocket ends transmission clearly before impact, when NASA switches to the control room you can see a PC in the foreground still recording live images that we did not get to see. Shortly after the Mission is over, some congratulations were in order for everyone, except for the gentleman in the middle desk. He abruptly stands up, packs his laptop, and walks over to unplug his power pack. Another employee attempts to high five him; he sternly makes a remark and then exits quite quickly. Hmmmm! Thanks to W. Travis DoD Employee. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndZ483ztduE
Editor’s Note: W. Travis lives near the U.S. Space & Rocket Center at Huntsville, Alabama and likely knows, someone else is on the moon. Any heat from some of coldest places on the Moon would indicate volcanic action or heated structures or even spacecraft. The presence of usable quantities of water on the Moon is an important factor in rendering lunar habitation cost-effective, since transporting water from Earth would be prohibitively expensive. Water ice can be mined to provide liquid water for drinking and plant propagation. It can also be split into hydrogen and oxygen by solar panel-equipped electric power stations or a nuclear generator, providing breathable oxygen as well as the components of rocket fuel. Planetary geologist Carle Pieters of Brown University in Rhode Island said, “Widespread water has been detected on the surface of the moon.”
Moretus crater (top right) not far from the LCROSS crash site at Cabeus A (bottom center) has building like structures. The image at right is an enlarged close up image of Moretus Crater structures at right image arrow that may have caused the infrared heat indications.
Moon Structure on Google Earth.com
21 47 N 12 30 E. RICHARD BUCHLI D.V.M writes be sure to look at this structure, it is one of the clearest of the subsurface items!!! Thanks to RICHARD and DOROTHY BUCHLI W.B.W. For those interested in discovering this anomaly for themselves, one can follow these steps:
Alan Caviness writes get Google Earth for yourself free and search the moon for structures.
-Download Google Earth at http://earth.google.com/
-Obtain Google Earth home page
-Click on View
-Click on Explore
-Click on Moon
-Place the coordinates into the box located at left: Thanks to Alan Caviness http://www.cavinessreport.com/