6/28/02 9:24:32 PM Pacific Daylight Time
Interesting 'sun flare' BTW:
On 28 Jun 2002 at 20:51, ANON wrote:
Eric, I remember King crater, too. Some of the images I saw in the web were
interesting, but as seems to be the norm, the presenters never provided the
source of the images. I did a search and found these:
AS14-72-9968, 69, 70 & 71 - overlapping oblique angles that were certainly
the source of the images I saw.
AS14-72-9975 - close-up, inner wall.
AS16-1580 - distant overhead shot.
AS16-1870, 71 - similar to 1580 above, this is a larger 3-D version.
AS16-122-19601 - another distant overhead shot
APOLLO OVER THE MOON: A VIEW FROM ORBIT (NASA SP-362)
- an entire page devoted to King crater, with lots of photos.
General index of Apollo 'press release' images
AS14 - http://images.jsc.nasa.gov/iams/html/pao/as14.htm
AS16 - http://images.jsc.nasa.gov/iams/html/pao/as16.htm
For the rest of the Apollo missions, just change the AS number to match the
mission number you want.
Please look again at Figure 6A2
http://www.lunaranomalies.com/images/Triespyr15.jpg.jpg and tell me you can
see something there without using a lot of imagination. <<<
I agree. This is all very subjective.