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Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
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Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5

Clementine Lunar Map 2.0

Anyone have some interesting long/lat coordinates of interest?
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RE:Let's explore the moon - Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5
Couldn't get it to take the coordinates for Ricco crater :(

I don't know if its broken or what.

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RE:Let's explore the moon - Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5
What are the coordinates?

I'll add then to the OP too if it can be found... We need a moon map...

Here's Google Moon.
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RE:Let's explore the moon - Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5
75.6° N, 176.3° E

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RE:Let's explore the moon - Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5
Proteus  Wrote: (10-09-2009 10:49 AM)
75.6° N, 176.3° E

That is odd, there isn't an image, however I do remember sections that had "disappeared" over the years.
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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
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Proteus  Wrote: (10-09-2009 10:49 AM)
75.6° N, 176.3° E

That is odd, there isn't an image, however I do remember sections that had "disappeared" over the years.

Near that crater is supposedly an underground access to one of the moon bases.

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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
The Japanese moon probe flew over that area.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy2L9Jti9Z4

You can even see the crater and it's neighbor "Milankovic" in the youtube screen shot.

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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
omicron  Wrote: (10-09-2009 07:26 AM)
Clementine Lunar Map 2.0

Interesting black bars scattered all over the place...

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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
Proteus  Wrote: (10-09-2009 12:15 PM)
Near that crater is supposedly an underground access to one of the moon bases.

With Clementine Lunar Map 2.0 you can enter the coordinates, but the image is dark.

You can also set the zoom by clicking the buttons. I can't link it with the coordinates because it's an interactive.

ETA: I don't know what those things are...
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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
I found it. It's up in the corner near the dark side boundry zone.

There is a nearby crater with what looks like a distinct anomaly to me. Seeing if I can get a get a screen shot. Don't have anywhere to up load stuff to yet. Guess its about time I make a photo bucket account.

I need to search other craters as well to see if this anomaly is something normal.

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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
[Image: mooncrater1.jpg]

Theres Ricco and Milankovic in the back. This anomaly can only be one of two things... either there indeed is water on the moon enough that in the past it has pooled up in this crater and that crack is evidence of its evaporation(however I couldn't find anything similar in any other craters) or that is a cleverly disguised lift/ramp.

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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
[Image: mooncrater2.jpg]

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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
Something similar...

Lat. 72.43, Long. 166.42 - Crater with features
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RE:Clementine Lunar Image Browser 1.5/Clementine Lunar Map 2.0
omicron  Wrote: (10-09-2009 03:47 PM)
Something similar...

Lat. 72.43, Long. 166.42 - Crater with features

Thats the same picture :)

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Heh.
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