Chinese Lunar Images
In tandem with the 4/22/14 show, Richard C. Hoagland presents two images (click on to enlarge). He writes of the photo on the right: This dramatic comparison is between a Chang'e-3 lunar image (left), officially posted on the Chinese Army government website, and an "equalized" version of the same Chinese lunar image (right). The "glittering, vertical glass curtains" blatantly visible in the "equalized-image version," are stunning proof now of the reality behind the Enterprise Mission's decades-old "ancient lunar dome" hypothesis.
He writes of the image to the left: "Equalized version" of another official Chang'e-3 lunar surface image, revealing another set of the Moon's startling "glittering glass towers" standing only a few miles northeast of the the Chang'e-3 landing site. Careful examination of the image will reveal an amazingly coherent geometry to these ancient, heavily meteor-eroded glass structures ... including, the surface placement of the still-glowing "colored blue and red panels" appearing at these structures' base and to the extreme right -- apparently energized colored panels "embedded in the ancient glass." More here.