The text in the video says: “Original NASA image”, but there are no referencies to the exact photo number. Most probably this is an original NASA photo that has leaked out before being sent for re-editing and other manipulation.
Earlier I had very strick principles – I did not want to publish anything without first verifying the authencity of the image of being of NASA origin. But alas, that was a mistake, since NASA is really the most unreliable source and it has been proven again and again that NASA is re-editing and manipulating its own photos before publishing them. So any other source is more reliable. Besides I have seen thousands of photos from Mars and Moon and to me it looks that this image (and video) is a real one and much more reliable than any one obtained direct from Nasa Galleries and Archives.
Finally, please, help me to identify the exact location on the Moon where this photo was taken. Note the craters at the bottom of the photo. They should help to pinpoint the exact location.
Apollo 12 Moon Anomalies – an amazing photo without re-edition.
In my opinion Chris Moreney is the super man. He has made an increadible effort to reveal the things that NASA is trying to hide from us. His analysis are clear and easy to follow. He has noted the following anomalies in an Apollo 14 photo.
This video is older and more original and it contains some sceenes that have been left out or painted over in later versions. Compare this video to the next video describing the same Moon exploration of Apollo 17.
Pay special attention to the sceenes between time 11:09 and 15:04. Compare to the next video after this one.
The Moon surface contains glassy material. Especially the bottoms of some craters look like lighted windows with huge images. This video taken from the Apollo 17 Command Module contains some amazing images seen on the surface of the Moon.
(This video is really amazing and I wish we could have another video from some other source to prove the authenticity of the material. Obviously at the moment we have to do with this only one.)