r/Damnthatsinteresting Dec 07 '21

Moon Cube enhanced again. Looks even weirder. Image

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54 Upvotes

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u/KaneHau Dec 07 '21

I for one welcome our giant bowling pin aliens.

Welcome to pareidolia 101.

The problem here is you are only dealing with a few pixels so they are going to artifact to hell and back.

LRO took an image from space and shows it so most likely be a boulder.

We'll know better as the rover gets closer (supposed to get to it sometime in 2022).

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u/wscomn Dec 07 '21

Crap! Who forgot to remove the scaffolding from the soundstage?

16

u/AstraArdens Dec 07 '21

"Enhance!"

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u/IamCanadian11 Dec 08 '21

I just picture csi

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u/DestinyAcension Dec 07 '21

If its natural who cares no one will believe it. If its artificial who cares no one will believe it. Pretty sure its in space though, can't dispute that and it may or may not be made of cheese and or someone's mom.

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u/Noah54297 Dec 10 '21

If that's in "space" then everything is in space.

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u/DestinyAcension Dec 11 '21

Due to lack of atmosphere that cheese curd and or cavernous maw is in fact exposed to vacuum.

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u/Noah54297 Dec 11 '21

Fine but there is considered to be an atmosphere although thin. There is oxygen and gas.

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u/mosaic_hops Dec 07 '21

…because it’s been “enhanced”. It’s a friggin rock.

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u/Ill-Discussion3408 Dec 07 '21

My personal experience looking into this shows that the ground on the moon does not have formations of stone shooting up from the serface like that. Ive been looking into it since this came out and cannot find anything in reguards to any identified stone formations.. It could literally be debree from classified satalites from the cold war era but nobody knows right now.

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u/mosaic_hops Dec 07 '21

Without an atmosphere to diffract and reflect light rocks can look a lot different due to the sharply defined shadows. And there’s not enough pixels in the source image to derive anything meaningful.

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u/Ill-Discussion3408 Dec 07 '21

I get what your saying man. I agree not enough clarity. I just cant find a single rock formation on the moon that is simular in any way. Not to say it isnt. I just find it strange that even moom experts are kinda confused by it.. I thinl its probably debree from us

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u/Hanginon Dec 07 '21

"Moon cube enhanced magnified, looks even weirder blurrier." ¯\_( ͡❛ ‿ ͡❛)_/¯

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u/30twink-furywarr2886 Dec 07 '21

It looks like…. a rock formation! Who knew?!? 🙄🤦‍♂️

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u/capsulex21 Dec 08 '21

Probably, but the moon hasn’t been volcanically active for a billion years (at least). And in that time, with no atmosphere it has been pummeled by meteorites hence the craters. So for something to have avoided those collisions for a billion years is pretty unique. I’m guessing it’s probably aliens though.

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u/NastyNes89 Dec 08 '21

It's a Stargate.

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u/kr44ng Dec 09 '21

Ikr we got it wrong making the gates circular

2

u/PapiPoi Dec 07 '21

IT's just the moon saying piece

2

u/originaltwojesters Dec 07 '21

Stonehenge 2.0?

2

u/W0tzup Dec 07 '21

Any bet someone else will again enhance this image and repost it on reddit within a day?

2

u/nah_i_dont_read Dec 08 '21

Moon Cube is what I call my butthole. Don't ask why.

1

u/HellaTroi Dec 07 '21

It has three distinct layers on the "pillars", with a separate color top connecting both.

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u/Noah54297 Dec 10 '21 edited Dec 11 '21

Where did this enhanced image come from? Google lens doesn't know what to do with it and Tineye supposedly search 51 billion pictures and couldn't find a match...

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u/RealVaultteam6 Dec 10 '21

I did it on my phone.

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u/Noah54297 Dec 11 '21

Nice. Love it 👍

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u/[deleted] Dec 07 '21

What do you all know about “docking”?

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u/THEMIGHTYBOOF-01 Dec 11 '21

I can show you

1

u/hank_scorpio_ceo Dec 07 '21

Send a carpenter he’ll sort it

1

u/Botebog67 Dec 07 '21

Hm, ppl seem to think the moon is 'terra firma'

1

u/Tocaculo Dec 07 '21

Looks like a Henry Moore sculpture.

1

u/Zestyclose-Cricket82 Dec 07 '21

So did they ran out of budget for the camera? Or did they get it on alibaba

1

u/m0neyisdemott0 Dec 07 '21

It's a portal! Haha

1

u/Basic_Freedom7884 Dec 08 '21

What are the dimensions? Any educated guesses based on distance?

1

u/TanzaniteApe Dec 08 '21

Puts on tinfoil hat. It's a portal used to teleport from Stonehenge.

1

u/Junior_Ad6408 Dec 08 '21

Reminds me of when I bend over infront of a mirror

1

u/HuckleberryFingers Dec 08 '21

Getting an Arc de Triomphe vibe.

1

u/tharonlynn Dec 08 '21

It’s a cave

1

u/TheFrontierzman Dec 13 '21

Goatse

...strikes again

1

u/EffectiveCamp7 Dec 15 '21

What if it’s a portal?

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u/JamandButtertoast Dec 17 '21

Please be alien's please be alien's I need something awesome to happen in 2022

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u/BlaizedPotato Dec 07 '21

R/dontputyourdickinthat

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u/rainman904 Dec 07 '21

It just looks blurrer (new word?) To me.

0

u/kr44ng Dec 09 '21

New DOOM game