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Hmmmmm!!!
notice how they cut the visible light feed when the spacecraft gets close to the moon. mission failure. NASA, u got what u deserved. ur idiocy is beyond belief.
it looks like there mission control is inside a porta-cabin! Dear dear what has become of nasa!
Heat signatures on Thermograph?...we thought the temperture was -300 Farenheit plus...yet they register over 100 degrees and more on four areas...those lying bastards...they think we can't read a Thermograph...and these are the smartest in America?...we need to leave this country...too many idiots in charge...LOL...<(-.-)> (shift back and forth from 1:33 to about 1:38 and you can see what we mean...hidden bases...right infront of us all...)
Mind you, this is the truncated and cut version of the last few minutes of the flight. They're not showing you the sudden image freeze during the Centaur impact, or the 'we can see the hotter areas because of the sun's constant illumination' line they spouted to explain the thermal camera.

Notice how there's not a single trace of the Centaur vehicle crashing, and a suspicious absence of a 'plume of debris' they were supposedly flying through...
The answer for the complete absence of impact flash and debris plume has been given by NASA: the camera on the space craft used for the live feed wasn't sensitive enough to pick up the 10 km high dust plume they were expecting.

Luckily for us, the spectrometers, the data of which we weren't shown during the live feed, has 'picked up something' but they can't tell us what.

Strangely enough, this attempt by NASA to be transparent is starting make them look very dodgy indeed.
While not ruling this out, on the face of it I'll have to disagree.

The peaks around the craters, especially the highest ones, would naturally catch more sunlight and thus heat more rapidly. Since there is no atmosphere to carry the heat, only the areas in direct sunlight would be showing up as 'hot' with varying shades of heat throughout the illuminated regions. The other areas, which are in permanent shadow due to the very stable orbit of the moon, would show up as wholly black or purple regions, exactly like what we saw on the thermal image.

So in this case, there is a good case to be made for the thermal images to correspond entirely to sunlight and direct heat, without having to resort to an alternate explanation.

Brad Johnson said:
Mmm, the 100+ C temperature, if that were so, you would see a little more broader heat throughout the spectrum, whereas the spectrum shown only showed very small, very localized different areas of heat with the central redness emanating thermal temperatures a little in the yellow and more in the green. It's my opinion that those hot spots are caused by an internal source in the moon, not by the sun.

".Far too much reluctance and dodginess over something that's been claimed as a success."
way too much reluctance on their part as usual...ya suppose we will see more footage once it is all airbrushed out?

Brad Johnson said:
I believe what's most concerning is NASA's reluctance to show all the images and data with the spectrometers. Why such reluctance if everything was a success? I think that's the area I strongly agree with you Ullan. Far too much reluctance and dodginess over something that's been claimed as a success.

Brad Johnson said:
Perhaps, but it still seems a little fishy to me. Chris said:
You have an interesting theory but the broad spectrum is something expected on planets like ours but the moon doesn't have the same atmosphere like ours so you don't have a broader spectrum. Don't forget the craters too. That would explain the blotchy spots of hot and cold but I'm not a scientist type

Brad Johnson said:
Mmm, the 100+ C temperature, if that were so, you would see a little more broader heat throughout the spectrum, whereas the spectrum shown only showed very small, very localized different areas of heat with the central redness emanating thermal temperatures a little in the yellow and more in the green. It's my opinion that those hot spots are caused by an internal source in the moon, not by the sun.

Chris said:
Google says you are wrong

Mean surface temperature (day) 107°C
Mean surface temperature (night) -153°C
Maximum surface temperature 123°C Minimum surface temperature -233°C It can get really toasty on the moon due to low atmosphere

Shin Neo aka The Young Yoda said:
Heat signatures on Thermograph?...we thought the temperture was -300 Farenheit plus...yet they register over 100 degrees and more on four areas...those lying bastards...they think we can't read a Thermograph...and these are the smartest in America?...we need to leave this country...too many idiots in charge...LOL...<(-.-)> (shift back and forth from 1:33 to about 1:38 and you can see what we mean...hidden bases...right infront of us all...)
Shame !!!! whom do they think they are fooling, ..they don't even know how to lie anymore. ..rediculous.
.....................complete failure, ..and this time people saw with their eyes NASA's incompetence. They are going down
with this disappointment,as they did it to themselves. ..it's sickening.
Doesn't it look like they airbrushed some stuff out? Also on the temperature above 100 C, it's on spots that would be colder than the tops of the mountains and craters.

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