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Moon Turds - Spectacular video of Apollo 15 and Luna 2 and Alps mountain range on the Moon...

 
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Moon Turds - Spectacular video of Apollo 15 and Luna 2 and Alps mountain range on the Moon...
Last night I was able to get very clear video of the Apollo 15 landing site and Luna 2 crash site. I also show interesting detail of Montes Apenninus (the Alps of the moon)...

BTW - I am a moon turd!



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Re: Moon Turds - Spectacular video of Apollo 15 and Luna 2 and Alps mountain range on the Moon...
What about these mysterious apocalyptic sounds?

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Re: Moon Turds - Spectacular video of Apollo 15 and Luna 2 and Alps mountain range on the Moon...
My video is best watched at 1080p...

Also there is some reflection in the Apollo 15 area that I did not talk about during the live feed - it may be something leftover from the mission? ...
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Re: Moon Turds - Spectacular video of Apollo 15 and Luna 2 and Alps mountain range on the Moon...
Awesome!!!
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Re: Moon Turds - Spectacular video of Apollo 15 and Luna 2 and Alps mountain range on the Moon...
Awesome!!!
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Thanks Divet! I really was able to get some crisp images in this video. We were looking at things less than 1/4 mile wide!





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