Our Lunar friend was awesome last night

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  • Member since
    April, 2012
  • From: North Carolina east coast USA
Our Lunar friend was awesome last night
Posted by stepping beyond on Friday, October 11, 2013 8:54 AM

Since I've been taking  videos of the moon, I've been especially intrigued by the thou8ght that they're may be bridges up on the surface. I examine the surface of the moon everytime I have the opportunity,"WOHOO" I've located 3 bridges in total that link craters. I really think they're bridges and not just piled up debris, further examination of the different phases just might confirm my observations of the 1/4 , 86%, and last nights moon. It is so exciting trying to find these bridges and I take joy in just being out there under my stars.

  • Member since
    May, 2002
  • From: Southern California near Disneyland
Posted by Silveradogold on Friday, October 11, 2013 12:09 PM

Hello Stepping,

What equipment are you using for your observations? Do you have any photographic evidence?

There have been several reports in the past of strange formations on the Moon, but all have proved as illusions or optical phenomena. Post some pictures, and give us some lunar co-ordinates to search for.

Clear Skies ----- Silveradogold Cool

 

Tags: lunar , anomalies , TLPs

33° 48' 10"N, 117° 57' 49"W "Remember, without data your conclusion is just another opinion" Look at all the stars. You look up and you think, "God made all this and He remembered to make a little speck like me." It's kind of flattering, really. +++ 150mm SkyWatcher refractor - 120mm reflector - Celestron SkyMaster 15x70mm Binoculars +++

  • Member since
    April, 2012
  • From: North Carolina east coast USA
Posted by stepping beyond on Friday, October 11, 2013 5:08 PM

Ever since I read on the hubble site newscenter about bridges being up there, I've looked for them . I don't have any  coordinates but, I do have a photo that I've posted to this forum that has what I believe is a bridge connecting 2 craters and that was a joyous evening for me. Your more than welcome to examine the photo for your own conformation, but I just started taking AP and the pic doesn't do the moon justice Please try not to burst my bubble, I'm really proud of the fruit from all my labor  searching for countless hours with my Z10 f/4.7 reflector and arsenal of Oculars. I believe it was my 3-6mm Nagler and Paracorr T2 for that flat field and edge to edge clarity.

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