The NASA Dawn Spacecraft have been returning some absolutely amazing images from the Dwarf Planet Ceres. In the latest image showing the "Bright Lights" at the Occator crater they are absolutely amazing and shining brighter then ever. The lights are so bright that NASA had to make a composite photo with both a high speed exposure image from the camera as well as a normal exposure and mix them together to create the composite they have released. I would rather have both image and be able to do this myself but NASA seems to think that is above the rest of us.
Another truly amazing part of Ceres is the geometry and layout of the HAMO 19 images shows tunnels as well as what seem to be dome shaped buildings all over the place! Let your eyes adjust to the geometry. You may want to hit pause during the video or use the high resolution enhancements from below. Either way these images are amazing!
Just like most Anomaly images there is always a lot of people who come and watch and have already judged the video before even watching. I ask you to please open your mind and watch the following video and view the enhanced versions of each anomaly below before rendering judgment!
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The last couple HAMO shots to come down from the Dawn Spacecraft have been absolutely amazing. Check out all of the geometry I go over in this video. You will have to let your eyes adjust for a moment. Maybe even hit pause to get the full effect. As always I provide you NASA links so you can download these as well as a link to http://www.whatsupinthesky.com article that I create and put the Enhanced versions of images on there for you to download! What do you think we are looking at? Domes? Craters? Nothing? I see what I see and you see what you see! I want to know! Please comment below!
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