Update What Is 96-Degree Angle On Back Side of Moon? What Exactly Is the Mars Surprise “Rock”?

Back side Moon: 22 Degrees 42 Min 38.46 Sec North / 142 Degrees 34 Min 44.52 Sec East NASA image close-up and location provided by Mark Wood, U. S. Navy Captain (Ret.)
Back side Moon: 22 Degrees 42 Min 38.46 Sec North / 142 Degrees 34 Min 44.52 Sec East NASA image close-up and location provided by Mark Wood, U. S. Navy Captain (Ret.)

Update January 21, 2014 Mark Wood, retired U. S. Naval Flight Officer and Captain: Notice that in the upper side of the 96-degree-angle "V", the pixels that make up this side seem to be parallel to the very bright pixels, which I suggest might be the reflection of “sunrise” on a geographic feature like a vertical surface or crater wall. However, what is also interesting is that if we assume that the objects that make up the upper line of the “V” are optical processing errors or “echoes” from the bright area to the right, then we would also assume that the lower side of the “V” would be created by the same processing error or effect as the upper line.

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