May 11, 2016

Giant Door Into Moon Seen Open During Apollo 8 Flight, May 2016, Video, UFO Sighting News.




Date of discovery: May 2016
Location of discovery: Earths Moon
Source photo 1: http://history.nasa.gov/ap08fj/photos/18-g/hr/as08-18-2908hr.jpg
Source photo 2: http://history.nasa.gov/ap08fj/photos/18-g/hr/as08-18-2907hr.jpg

This is what happens when you get too close to Earths moon. This is a giant opening into our moon. On the far left side of it you see a wall that rises several miles. What happened here is that the camera was so close to the moon that the holographic cloak now had glitches. What I mean is that cameras usually take photos according to its shutter speed. This speed can be changed, but todays cameras can take speed of up to 1/1000 sec. Other photos show it gone. So this glitch in their cloak was so fast that the human eye could not even notice it, but technology did, and it recorded it too. So this old Apollo 8 camera probably had a speed of only 1/200 sec or so, but that was enough to record the glitch (true view of this opening) in our moon. Its there, we can see from the detail that this is not a mistake, but its really built into the moons surface. This is excellent proof that the moon is an artificial structure. 

One day, when the Earth is about to be destroyed, the moon will leave to save itself. That is how we will know the end is near. 
Scott C. Waring
www.ufosightingsdaily.com






8 comments:

  1. Wow.

    You are so full of shit that it's incredible.

    I don't even have the time to explain to you why this is so idiotic.

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  3. Interesting. Nasa has satellites that can analyze microgravitational distortions in the planet Earth, but have not used that tech to look inside the moon.

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  4. Proof that it’s not a door could be the fact that someone at NASA had to find this 60 year old image, scan it, and make it publicly available.

    They tend to not do that with things they don’t want us to see.

    But let’s do real research:

    This image comes courtesy of The Apollo 8 Flight Journal, available here http://history.nasa.gov/ap08fj/

    Now, this journal provides step by step transcripts of the mission along with pictures. It also provides a Photography Index, for those of us just interested in photos, here: http://history.nasa.gov/ap08fj/photoindex.htm

    Now based on the file name provided, we know that the images we want are on 70-mm magazine G – AS08-18-2828 to 2908, available here http://history.nasa.gov/ap08fj/photo18-g.htm

    Now when we visit this page, we see a note about the images: “Note. This film was rated at 2000 ASA prior to flight and intended for taking photographs of astronomical phenomenon. Instead it was inadvertently used to photograph the Moon with a sensitivity of between 40 and 80 ASA assummed. The error was noted by the crew soon after the first 17 shots had been taken during the second orbit. With prior knowledge of the situation on Earth, the development chemistry was modified and usable, though grainy images were obtained. See 071:10:35 and 074:42:05.”

    Those two time stamps provide links for more details, since image 2908 is from the end of the last batch, we’re interested in 074:42:05, let’s go there for a summary of what this mistake meant for this film, http://history.nasa.gov/ap08fj/13day4_orbits123.htm#0744205

    “From the 1969 Mission Report – “The film was not used for the dim light astronomical experiments, as planned, but for general lunar surface photography, and a film speed of 80 was erroneously assumed, rather than the actual 2000. This difference is about a six-stop overexposure and far beyond the latitude of the film. A special chemistry and processing technique was formulated to preserve the recorded data, but it was discovered that the chemistry could not be changed fast enough to prevent the image from chemically destroying itself. A procedure was developed to use special film reels in a large tank. The process was accomplished at 68°F [20°C], including a bleach step to remove the effect of the vastly overexposed silver and produce a more normal negative. The technique proved highly successful and satisfactory images were obtained. The wide-latitude processing could significantly reduce workload on future flight crews by permitting more nearly constant exposure settings.”

    So in a nut shell, these images are from a damaged set of film, and had to be recovered using a technique developed because this happened. But not until after it was determined that the film was chemically destroying itself, this last image, and as a result, most likely the last to be recovered, shows evidence of damaged film. You can see the evidence of damaged film on the moon, and the upper portion of the image frame.

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  5. What has Nasa to say about this picture?... This really needs an explanation from them! Are these pics already sent to television or newspaper? ...When I showed these images to my friends and family, they just laugh and say it`s all fake,... but we know better... :)

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  6. What if this isn't proof of the moon being an artificial structure but some kind of proof of some amazing alien technology that we don't understand? To me, that would make these pics less scary somehow....but who knows? "Our" moon certainly isn't the comforting nighttime presence that it used be to humans before electricity.

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    1. What if the moon was originally inside of the earth. What if the tower of babel is on the moon and being that the moon was inside the earth, the people had figured out how they could anchor themselves into it so well that the forces of nature were irrelevant to it. What if, what if's were a monetary unit, we'd all be rich, huh?

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