NASA TR R \s%. CHRONOLOGICAL CATALOG. OF REPORTED LUNAR EVENTS by. Barbara M. Middlehurst. University of. Arizona. Jaylee M. Burley. The Catalog usaascvb.info TR R released in was at that time the single most complete listing of all observed lunar anomalies that were recorded by. NTRS Full-Text: View Document [PDF Size: MB]. Author and Report/Patent Number: NASA-TR-R Document Type: Technical Report.
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Faber and Faber, Ltd. Basic Books , p. Sky and Tel. Not much had been known about the Moon's surface or its internal composition. So a wide variety of research was done to try to understand everything that humans of the post-Flood world had learned about the Moon over the ages.
Shown at right - satellite view of the Earth; with the Moon visible below. The Catalog NASA TR R from became the single most complete listing of all observed lunar anomalies that have been variously recorded by astronomers from until This book citing back to original publications refers to over years worth of notes recording a myriad of observations of unique or unusual phenomena seen on the lunar surface.
They include reports of seeing areas on the moon's surface with strange colors, streaks of light, the appearance of mists, or even possible volcanic activity.
The total number of unique witnesses observers is over persons. The visible temporary lunar surface aberrations recorded down through the centuries total over ! Evolutionists cannot easily explain the continued geological activity evident within the astral bodies of our solar system.
They believe that the Earth-Moon system is about 4. But sightings made by over individuals through the course of several centuries presents a radically different picture.