9/19 Hoagland Images

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1. Surveyor 6

NASA's unmanned Surveyor 6 spacecraft took this extraordinary image November 24,1967 -- half an hour AFTER local sunset. The totally unexpected brilliant NASA's unmanned Surveyor 6 spacecraft took this extraordinary image November 24,1967 -- half an hour AFTER local sunset. The totally unexpected brilliant "beading" along the airless lunar horizon, and the blatantly geometric "scaffolding" climbing into the lunar vacuum far above it, are attributed by NASA to "suspended lunar dust."
In the Enterprise Mission model, the sun (from well below the horizon) is illuminating the glittering, miles-high glass remnants of "an ancient, meteor-shattered lunar dome ...."
NASA's latest unmanned "LADEE" mission to the Moon, the first designed to return precise composition and elevation data on this "impossible" light phenomenon -- could provide the scientific information critical to finally deciding who is right ... NASA or The Enterprise Mission.

2. Surveyor 6 Enhanced

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3. LM Buttress

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4. LADEE

LADEE-art NASA's new LADEE (Lunar Atmosphere Dust Environment Explorer) unmanned spacecraft, pictured in its initial "high orbit" of the Moon when it arrives next month. The spacecraft is the first NASA lunar mission dedicated to finally solving the ~50-year-old riddle of the eerie "post-sunset Surveyor horizon images" ... which revealed totally unexpected "vertical geometries of light" -- in a total lunar vacuum!

5. LADEE Frog

Frog displaced during LADEE launch. NASA's new LADEE spacecraft during its spectacular night launch to the Moon, September 6, 2013.
Note the tiny object (upper left) silhouetted against the rocket's brilliant glare; NASA insists that this official launch pad photograph -- of "the brave froggy astronaut" -- is totally real ....

6. LADEE Laser Demo

NASA's LADEE unique Lunar Laser Communications Demonstration schematic, courtesy of Space.com NASA's LADEE unique Lunar Laser Communications Demonstration schematic, courtesy of Space.com

7. Rover in Gale Crater

The Curiosity rover, in Gale Crater, takes its own wide-angle "selfie mosaic" via its arm-mounted MAHLI camera .... The Curiosity rover, in Gale Crater, takes its own wide-angle "selfie mosaic" via its arm-mounted MAHLI camera ....

8. Curiosity Enhanced Pump

This NASA-Curiosity Mars rover close-up was taken in Gale Crater approximately two weeks after the spacecraft's This NASA-Curiosity Mars rover close-up was taken in Gale Crater approximately two weeks after the spacecraft's "miracle landing," August 6, 2012. The image shows a highly "geometric" object that is OBVIOUSLY not a "rock"; it displays a distinctly bluish, "metallic-looking" casing ... several "pipe-like" protrusions ... and an apparent "copper-colored fitting" on the end of the primary "cylindrical extension" sticking out of the object's right-hand side.
Uncovered by the blast from the unique "Skycrane" rocket landing system, which successfully lowered Curiosity the last few thousand feet to the reddish Martian surface, the object -- with all its protruding "cylinders" and "pipes" -- seems to resemble some kind of ancient "pump," exposed as Curiosity's landing literally blew away millions of years of overlying sand and dust ... revealing a remarkably preserved, eerily manufactured-looking Martian artifact ... lying just twenty feet from the newly-landed rover ....

9. Curiosity Pump 2 Glenelg Enhanced

Curiosity-pump2-Glenelg-enhanced This NASA-Curiosity image was taken several hundred feet east of the initial "Bradbury Landing" site, as the rover was driving toward a region called "Glenelg." The image shows a remarkably symmetrical object, with another obvious "pipe" extending out of the center ... towards the rover camera. The overall impression is that of another "ancient, manufactured object," made of some kind of badly corroded metal ... which, again, is definitely NOT in the shape of any natural "Martian rock."

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10. Shattered Sphere

This NASA-Curiosity image, taken as the rover arrived at Glenelg after its initial two-month drive, reveals another obviously "not rock" lying on the reddish Martian sands.  With another bluish "metallic-looking" casing, its highly-geometric interior (exposed on the right-hand side of this heavily-corroded object ...) looks, strikingly, like some kind of heavily damaged "machine" -- perhaps, a small electric motor. Many of the other objects surrounding this remarkable artifact also look unnatural -- as judged by their own "metallic-looking" colors, and equally "machine-like" geometric forms .... This NASA-Curiosity image, taken as the rover arrived at Glenelg after its initial two-month drive, reveals another obviously "not rock" lying on the reddish Martian sands. With another bluish "metallic-looking" casing, its highly-geometric interior (exposed on the right-hand side of this heavily-corroded object ...) looks, strikingly, like some kind of heavily damaged "machine" -- perhaps, a small electric motor.
Many of the other objects surrounding this remarkable artifact also look unnatural -- as judged by their own "metallic-looking" colors, and equally "machine-like" geometric forms ....

11. Enterprise Solar Eclipse Observations

Enterprise Mission Torsion Field measurements of the Annular Solar Eclipse, May 20, 2012.  Contrary to ALL "current physics" expectations, just before "first contact" the modified Accutron tuning fork detector "went nuts" -- exhibiting ranges of frequency deviation from the standard ~360 hertz vibration rate exceeding 1000%! The theoretical explanation behind these "extraordinary frequency changes" -- when the Accutron readings should have maintained a simple "flat line" throughout the entire Eclipse, according to all current Physics models -- is currently under intense investigation Enterprise Mission Torsion Field measurements of the Annular Solar Eclipse, May 20, 2012. Contrary to ALL "current physics" expectations, just before "first contact" the modified Accutron tuning fork detector "went nuts" -- exhibiting ranges of frequency deviation from the standard ~360 hertz vibration rate exceeding 1000%!
The theoretical explanation behind these "extraordinary frequency changes" -- when the Accutron readings should have maintained a simple "flat line" throughout the entire Eclipse, according to all current Physics models -- is currently under intense investigation

12. Enterprise Venus Transit Results 2004

Enterprise Mission Torsion Field measurements of the striking "Hyperdimensional Effect" on Earth from Venus "transiting the Sun" -- June 8, 2004.  Not the striking asymmetry in the detector response -- with ALL the sudden frequency deviations taking place as Venus "moved off the Sun" -- in striking contrast to the "zero changes" that occurred when Venus began its Solar Transit, several hours before Enterprise Mission Torsion Field measurements of the striking "Hyperdimensional Effect" on Earth from Venus "transiting the Sun" -- June 8, 2004.
Not the striking asymmetry in the detector response -- with ALL the sudden frequency deviations taking place as Venus "moved off the Sun" -- in striking contrast to the "zero changes" that occurred when Venus began its Solar Transit, several hours before

13. Enterprise Teotihuacan Accutron Sunrise Results 2009

Enterprise-Teotihuacan-Accutron-Sunrise-Results-2009 Enterprise Accutron measurements of the sudden, "Impossible" frequency increases seen in the tuning fork vibration rate -- recorded atop the "Pyramid of the Sun," Teotihuacan, Mexico -- at dawn ....
Such readings are "totally inexplicable" ... according to ALL current "physics theories and modeling."

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