Indian Moon mission Chandrayaan-1, has transmitted more than 40,000 images of different types since its launch on October 22, 2008, which many even in ISRO believe is quite a record compared to the lunar flights of other nations.
They for sure hold a massive data and information regarding moon surface and craters.On November 26, the indigenous Terrain Mapping Camera, which was first activated on October 29, 2008, took shots of peaks along with carters.According to media reports “This came as a surprise to ISRO officials”
After going through all that information poring in media we looked at the one of the photo, taken by the Chandrayaan-1 Moon Mission,which comes straight from the
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Here’s the link: ISRO official website and for our surprise one thing, the symmetry is quite remarkable, pay attention to all the mirrored details…not to mention the triangular shape: it’s quite distinct.
And if we believe the scale of the photograph according to its caption, 395 km., then the symmetrical object is at least 4kmx4km…a really big crater symmetry! And second one is Triangular Pyramid Anomaly.These photos (allegedly) come from the ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), not from NASA or the ESA.
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