Ancient Object returns and rolls down from the region of space above
and to the left of the Moon.
Object first covers the moon's upper left corner as seen from the
object slowly rolls forward in the direction that it is traveling.
object is traveling at a tremendous speed and is only within the
distance of the Moon's orbit for a very short few minutes, at the
forward rolling object travels towards the viewer's lower right
as it travels down past the Earth's horizon towards and eventually
through the area of space below and beside the Sun.
object's colour matches the brightest areas of the Moon.
Even though the object crosses at a point well out in front
of the Moon towards the Earth, it also crosses at a point
that is well out from the Earth towards the Moon.
I am mentioning this point because I realize that this point
can help a person to better understand The Basic Flight Path
crossing angle shown is generally accurate however the left to right
angle shown is very probably slightly high. The top to bottom sink
rate is accurate in general.
#1, the styrofoam ball is not intended to illustrate the actual
shape of the Object.
pipe cleaner is not 100% straight.
Moon is shown in the background. This image does not illustrate
or attempt to show the actual way the light from the Moon looks
at this point in a return.
#1 illustrates the location were the Moon's changed light emerges
from over the object's upper right horizon and to the right of the
Object after the total eclipse.
very reflective object is many times brighter than the more distant
through a small backyard telescope a normal clear in focus view
of the Moon seems blurry in comparison to the crystal clear very
in focus view of the returning object. Future viewer's will be stunned
and surprised by the clarity of the details that are visible and
very easily seen on the object's surface.
object is incredibly brilliant however in spite of the tremendous
brightness of the object it is not uncomfortable to look at.
image #1, in general, the scale and or the sizes of the object and
the Moon relative to one another as seen from Earth during the object's
crossing is depicted or shown accurately.
#2 shows a brownish clay model in front of a white Styrofoam ball.
is a very high probability that the object's raised surface feature
is more centrally located compared to the way my clay models show
the object's raised surface feature located to the left.
object is nearly completely covered with hundreds of craters.
of the craters have what looks like pieces of the object's surface
crust standing vertically around all of the craters.
standing crater rim pieces tower upwards to tremendous heights.
Even the smallest of these craters are actually very large in size
modeled the object according to the way I remember it to be. It
may be very possible that the light blending and merging that occurs
between the light from the Moon and the object's right horizon and
especially the object's upper right horizon has caused me to remember
the shape of the object in a slightly distorted to the right fashion.
turning side of the object that partially faces towards the Earth
has no craters.
of the various size craters are exactly the same type of crater.
All of the craters are ringed by vertically standing crater rim
only saw this one type of crater.
are no craters that look even remotely close to the way that a typical
lunar or Moon, crater looks.
large surface areas between the craters are smooth.
crease mark indentation lines show similar parallel long curving
line patterns in the area between the craters.
images on this page do not depict or illustrate the object's or
the Moon's scale or relative sizes with complete 100% accuracy.
modeling the object from the front, position, the way the object
is viewed in image #2, the side profile of the object that is eventually
seen or viewed from the earth is shown in Image #3
brightness and colour's are not depicted or shown anywhere on this
object is smaller than the Moon however when the object crosses
between the Earth and Moon, the Moon is completely eclipsed. I say
the object is smaller than the Moon. I have no proof of this and
I realize the object may actually be the same size or even bigger
than the Moon.
the forward rolling object travels towards the viewer's lower right,
the object's large raised surface feature emerges from over the
object's upper horizon and travels towards the viewer.
Moon's light emerges to the right and above the object's upper right
the raised feature continues forward and down it develops into a
curving cliff and then gradually, an overhang.
are no craters in the region directly under the overhang.
Sun is located behind the viewer.
the object's raised surface feature continues forward and down the
developing overhang continues to become more pronounced.
a very black shadow appears located under the overhang.
black spot of the shadow, spreads and continues to spread and thicken
and gather in more of the area up under the overhang as the object's
forward rolling motion continues.
a certain critical point the shadow very suddenly drops or leaps
downwards to the valley floor below, the object's surface, directly
below the overhang.
object itself, although moving and rolling forward, becomes a natural
part of the entire scene. Somehow because of the light blending
and merging between the object's surface and the Moon, incredibly
the object's moving rolling surface becomes part of the entire scene.
The object becomes the left end of the valley.
the shadow has reached down to the valley floor, directly below
the overhang, the surface of the object, the shadow instantly starts
movement to the right across the surface of the object.
the shadow travels across the surface of the object away from the
viewer on an angle that steadily increases as the slowly sinking
object continues crossing between the Earth and Moon from the left
to the right.
very fast moving shadow's awesome wave, is a tremendously spectacular
sight that I try to describe in various places within the pages
of this web site.
the main group of tall individual obelisk shaped shadows travel
over and off the object's upper right horizon and then the big black
thick wave of the shadow travels off the object's upper right horizon
into the changed light from the Moon, the ancient valley.
Standing Stone Craters Exist On A Planetary Size And Scale
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Formation Of The Moon
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Shaped Moon's Long Internal Axis Matches The Object's Orbital Crossing
object's surface area between the craters has some crease marks.
described the object is nearly completely covered with craters however
no attempt has been made to depict craters or crease marks using
the clay models.
Image #7, I have made no attempt to show the crease marks that are
seen on the object's surface as I try to describe.
curving lines that are a part of Image #7, are simply an attempt
to illustrate the overall shape of the object.
#7 is an attempt to illustrate the way the overall shape of the
object becomes distorted and exaggerated once the Moon's changed
light, (the valley,) is seen to the right, and when the black spot
of the shadow, appears, under the newly formed and slowly developing
object's normal, spherical snail shape becomes exaggerated and very
pronounced after the tilting instead of rolling effect, at, the
viewer starts happening, as I try to describe on the Return Viewer's
Guide For Use With A Small Backyard Telescope, page.
Image #8 the changed light from the Moon is shown but only in a
basic and very crude way. Also once again the scale of the various
elements is not depicted accurately.
the right, and the upper right, the Moon's changed light becomes
spread out wide and deep. An incredible expansive sight is seem.
A sight that looks exactly like a valley.
turns out that the object does cause the sight of the ancient valley
of old to occur.
Moon's light does become the famous ancient valley as every viewer
will be seeing for themselves, very soon.
CLEARLY STATED OTHERWISE
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