Part 2: Lunar “Humanoid Shadows” Probably Processing Errors, But Lead to More Mysterious Sites

Close-up of “humanoid shadow” oriented in a “standing” position. There are many such “humanoid shadows” repeating every 22 miles or so in the higher resolution band in Google Earth below. Implication:  imaging processing errors. But in the process of finding many humanoid shadows, other mysterious sites were found below. Above NASA image from “Odd figure on the Moon?” posted July 18, 2014, on YouTube by wowforreeel.
Close-up of “humanoid shadow” oriented in a “standing” position. There are many such “humanoid shadows” repeating every 22 miles or so in the higher resolution band in Google Earth below. Implication:  imaging processing errors. But in the process of finding many humanoid shadows, other mysterious sites were found below. Above NASA image from “Odd figure on the Moon?” posted July 18, 2014, on YouTube by wowforreeel.

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August 19, 2014  - After contributing moon image analysis in Part 1, retired Navy Captain Mark Wood studied the moonscape and started finding repeating “humanoid silhouette shadows” on average every 22 to 24 miles apart along the top of the NASA band of higher resolution. The implication is that the “humanoid shadows” are some kind of processing error. As examples, a few of them are marked by yellow Google pins below. The shadows are not identical, but some seem to repeat such as Silhouette 21 at 18 02 07.48N  40 48 58.82E and MarkSilhouette14 at  21 34 05.02N  29 46 58.20E

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