This site is dedicated to the examination of unusual features on the surface of the
Moon, with the possibility in mind that some of them might be artificial. Available at
this site are images from Lunar Orbiter, Apollo and Clementine spacecraft. We will,
where possible, provide supporting data for the images and spacecraft, and links to
the appropriate web sites for further information.

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Updated May 10, 2002

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AREAS OF INTEREST:


Double Craters Multiple pairs of craters of the same size
aligned in the same direction. Are these natural features, signs 
of artificial structures, or something else? Presented here is
a new look at these puzzling features.
      Comments and queries may be directed to any of the VGL
members, but for technical information contact
 MikeLomax@aol.com
 
Sea of Tranquility: Blair Cuspids  An extensive 
  examination of two Lunar Orbiter photographs of the first 
  and only anomalous structures on the moon to create 
  something of a media stir during the U.S. moon program
  of the 1960's.
      Comments and queries may be directed to any of the
  VGL members, but for technical information contact
 LanFleming@aol.com
 
Sea of Tranquility High-resolution Lunar Orbiter photographs
  of unusual debris and surface textures in two craters not far from
  the landing site of Apollo 11, the first manned mission to the
  moon.
     Comments and queries should be directed to: 
  MikeLomax@aol.com
 
Mare CrisiumA rectangular central peak (left) in Peirce
  crater; "arches" over the crater Picard.
     Comments and queries may be directed to any of the VGL
  members, but for technical information contact
  LanFleming@aol.com
 
Clementine photography, various areas. 

    An "unidentified moving object" over the moon (left),
Lunar Transient Phenomena, and strange surface features
from many regions of the moon.
     Comments and queries should be directed to
  VestAJes@aol.com

 
Sinus Medii The center of the moon and home of the
  somewhat famous "Shard" as well as the dome-like
  structure shown to the left. 
     Comments and queries should be directed to:
  LanFleming@aol.com


 


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More will be added as development the VGL site progresses. We hope you will find this to be an interesting and informative place to visit.