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The Earth-Moon system, as seen by Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
Lunar mascon map showing mascons in the five largest “seas” on the Moon, Mare Imbrium, Mare Serenitatus, Mare Crisium, Mare Humorum and Mare Nectaris.
General comparison chart of the Earth-Moon system
Artist’s depiction of the lunar capture theory (NASA)
Artist’s depiction of the giant impact theory (NASA)
Artist’s depiction of the lunar fission theory (NASA)
Transient Lunar Phenomena (TLP) visible on the Moon (NASA)
Lunar Orbiter frame 67-H-218 (NASA
The “Blair Cuspids” from Lunar Orbiter image LO2-61H3 (NASA)
The “Blair Cuspids” today? (NASA/LRO)
Television image of the shadow of Surveyor 1 footpad as it descends to the lunar surface (NASA)
Enhanced color image of the lunar surface from Surveyor 1
Close-up of Ukert crater (inset) from North American catalog
Image from "We found Alien Bases on the Moon" purportedly showing cloud cover on the lunar surface. More likely, author Steckling is seeing a glass dome structure acting like an atmosphere over the surface.
Two views of the triangular shaped crater Ukert from Earth based Lick observatory (left) and NASA’s Clementine probe (right)
NASA footprint map of Sinus Medii reconnaissance photography
Wide angle view of the Shard, sticking 1.5 miles above the lunar surface. Bright smudge beyond is The Tower, a similar structure more than 7 miles high. “X” shaped object is a frame alignment registration mark.
Closer view of the Shard. Note shadow being cast across lunar surface, proving Shard is a solid object and not a photo defect or enhancement artifact.
Close-up of the Shard showing semi-transparent, internal structure
Ultra close-up of the top of the Shard
Enhancement of the Tower from LO-III-84M. Overexposed lump in foreground is the Shard. Bright “X” is an alignment registration mark
Ultra close-up of “the Cube” at the top of the Tower. Note hexagonal, layered compartments
High-contrast enhancement of the Tower
The Tower viewed from the side in Apollo image AS10-32-4856
Surveyor 6 image "after sunset" TV image of solar corona
Close-up Surveyor 6 “geometric sunset”
The geometry of sunsets
Close-up of scaffolding-like, semi-transparent structures miles above Sinus Medii. Note the 3D structure and depth, and the interlocking sections of supports and structure. NASA frame AS10-32-4816 (NASA frame AS10-32-4816)
Blacked out thumbnail images in NASA Apollo 10 photographic catalog
Close-up of “Los Angeles”
Sectional close-up of Los Angeles showing the “Paperclip,” a massive antenna-like structure on the Moon
“Los Angeles” at night (NASA AS10-31-4652)
Close-up of AS10-31-4652
Wide angle view of AS10-32-4822 showing the “Castle"
Two distinct views of the “Castle” from two different versions of NASA frame AS10-32-4822. Note the wire passing through the tip of the Castle and sagging under its weight
Close-up view of the "Castle.” Note geometric internal structure and drooping support cable holding the structure up
16mm film frame captures showing Earthrise over Mare Smythii
Final frame from Earthrise over Mare Smythii film (left) and from Fiekrtek’s computer simulation of the transparent lunar dome theory (right)
Theorized structure of the glass dome over Sinus Medii
Rising Moon distorted and flattened due to atmospheric diffraction
Illustration of the “scissors effect"
Apollo 15 photograph AS15-88-12013
The atmospheric airglow layer of the Earth
Close-up of airglow-like layer over the Moon from AS15-88-12013