In part 1 we showed you three different versions of image AS15-85-11470 that were on display in the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal (ALSJ). Here is version number 4. It is published in the photo book “Full Moon” by Michael Light. This is 100% proof that the image is manipulated. On the last page of the book you can read:
“All photographs courtesy National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Digital Scanning and Image Processing by Michael Light Studio
How the Apollo 15 image AS15-85-11470 in the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal (ALSJ) has been altered over time. The first image is the cached version from 14 November 2000. It was on display in the ALSJ until 2 June 2002.
The second image was on display in the ALSJ from 2 June 2002 until 4 September 2006.
The third image was on display from 4 of september 2006 until today.
Stan Lebar led the Westinghouse Electric Corporation team that developed the lunar black and white camera. In 2009 he was present during the Newseum presentation of the newly restored Apollo 11 tapes. Mr Stan Lebar had to tell us something that we should not ignore "I have been asked for many years what I thought about when I first saw the camera". He goes on to explain what he thought, "What we saw at that point was rather disturbing because it was not what we had simulated and we knew we had a problem and, er, that would, er, concern me for some 40 years, so that's what I experienced at that point in time and that's what I remember...".
On the NASA website an article about life on Mars was published on the 24 January 2014. In the article we found the following quote:
"The research, published in the journal Science, was led by Ray Arvidson, Opportunity deputy principal investigator. According to Arvidson, the new rock samples are older than pervious samples collected by Opportunity, giving researchers a look further back into Mars’ past. Arvidson said in a statement, “These rocks are older than any we examined earlier in the mission, and they reveal more favorable conditions for microbial life than any evidence previously examined by investigations with Opportunity.”"
1963 the Gulliver life detection system, after arriving on the moon or Mars the device injects three sticky strings witch are then reeled back carrying particles of soil. The device preforms chemical analysis whether micro organisms are present. (artistic presentation 1963)
Many websites reported the last days about a mysterious rock that seemed to have appeared out of nothing on image SOL 3540 from the Mars rover Opportunity. On image SOL 3540 made in January 2014, a "rock" seems to show up out of nothing. In image SOL 3528, that was made of the same area earlier according To NASA/JPL, the "rock" is not present. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California has named the "rock" Pinnacle Island.
On all websites the object is called a rock but what if it is not a rock but a kind of alien fungus. Below you see images SOL 3528 and 3540 beside each other. Read more.