Just had this sent to me from a friend, but he doesn't remember
where it is from. I can't search images on TB, so maybe if anyone
recognises it, they can point me to the appropriate post.http://www3.telus.net/myworld/eneverse/crater_glow.jpg
If this isn't the perfect example of crater formation, or perhaps
an ongoing modification, then I don't know what is. I am seeing
a plasma or ionised moon dust being pulled in from the surrounding
area, perhaps triggering formation of rim craters now and then,
being sucked down towards the center, and probably causing those
downward pointing dendritic ridges that we see at the inner top of
some craters. The center looks hexagonal.
This must have been taken from an orbiter or lander with their
UV sensitive high speed film. Maybe NASA was hiding this, isn't it
conclusive evidence, if not of crater formation, then at least
modification, and the reason for those light or UV flashes seen
from Earth sometimes?
Can you get some more info on this? I'm sure you are aware that this matches in many
ways features made during CRT experiments. In those instances a burst of energy goes
along with the removal of material to the probe in a single event. That point on the CRT
is being completely discharged. I've wondered out loud if a localized discharge can occur
just because of atmospheric condition,, a buildup and then a micro burst. The appearance
of activity above this event seems to be quite uniform. The central dog-legged column sure
draws my attention.
You'll see in a video on youtube, at channel 'dahlenaz07', what could be considered a micro burst
but that didn't make a crater, like other smaller discharges made during other experiments.http://para-az.com/isocraters.html