Colorful Structural Shapes And Forms On The Moon’s Surface… (Bianchini) Lunar Crater.



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8 thoughts on “Colorful Structural Shapes And Forms On The Moon’s Surface… (Bianchini) Lunar Crater.”

  1. The photo at the top of the page If it wasn’t for the fact it was on the moon.. You would of thought it was some area here on Earth. so much detailed structures just in this one photo, LOLS just wondering if they might send the “Moon Express” to this area Naaaaaaaa don’t think so……… Waiting for video to load bro 🙂 just wondering what’s the video player type, perhaps i need to down load some more codex ? just a thought!!! Glad you brought up the dark patches again bro, might be the different soil/moon dust grade types ? or like when we dig the soil on Earth the colors change.. we know that there are many different rock types including many gems.. and if their mining in different areas for these gems/minerals etc that’s bound to disturb the surface covering, the ejecta 🙂 could be from dumping excess waste from the mining/tunneling that’s been going on for xxxxx years…just thinking outside the box….. the blue areas could be water/ice on top of a reflecting minerals, just so many theories… The Goonies ya remember that movie bro 🙂 should have it in my video collection 🙂 Yes are moon is definitely a strange object.. beings how large it is for being a satellite for the size of the Earth.. There are many theories on what the moon really is and how it came to being are satellite… 🙂 excellent narration brother and stunning footage once more….


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