Altered image on display, facts are facts NASA 

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The art of altering images, whistleblowers at work.

According to the ALSJ, all images on its website labelled "OF300" are scans from the original NASA film. If this is the case then NASA did a terrible job with image AS11-37-5548. The ALSJ has some journal contributors that are very skilled at analysing images down to the last pixel. So how do they explain image AS11-37-5548. If you look at this image you will notice that some parts do not show any detail at all.

Pixels.

When you look at an image it is made up of pixels. Every pixel has a certain color and each color is represented by a specific number or code, for example a pixel with the code 000000 is black and a pixel with the code ffffff is white. When you make a scan some areas may appear black but when you look at it close up you will see that the pixels may be all different colors. Lets now look at the image AS11-37-5548 on display in the ALSJ. If we examine the black areas we can see that there are large patches with exactly the same pixel code. If you just download the ALSJ image from the link above and use a simple, standard image program such as paint you will see the results as shown below. The orange parts show areas that have all the same pixel color except for a few little spots. You will need to download the high resolution ALSJ image. Credit NASA and ALSJ for the images.


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There are only a few small pixels that have a different color and this is where it gets interesting. When you go to the Lunar Planatary Institude (LPI) website you will also find the image AS11-37-5548. You can clearly see that the "black" areas in the LPI image show much more detail and are made up of pixels with a number of different codes. The ALSJ image is 100% photoshopped and this is the proof. Below left is the ALSJ version and right is the LPI version. Roll your mouse over the left image to see the small anomalies (in the orange area).


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The ALSJ has a large group of followers online who will deny that the images have been altered, but when asked for an explanation they have no answers. The chief editor of the ALSJ, will rarely answer emails containing questions like this and NASA is looking the other way. This is altered material that is on display in the ALSJ (who's website runs under the NASA.gov website). The question is who photoshopped this image? We doubt that it was NASA, as they also provided the LPI with their copy of AS11-37-5548. In our opinion this leaves the ALSJ as the main suspect behind this altered image. If the ALSJ did not alter this image who did? We ask everyone who wants the truth revealed to contact NASA and ask them to investigate this altered ALSJ image.It is clear that the ALSJ did indeed use the same image as the LPI, as the few pixels that don't match the color code in the ALSJ image also show up as anomalies in the LPI image.

 

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This is proof that the ALSJ image is photoshopped. We will send the ALSJ and NASA an email to ask them for an explanation. Who altered this official NASA mission photo and why? In our opinion the ALSJ is directly contributing to the doubt many people today have about the official story of the Apollo moon landings by displaying this image as an official NASA scan. Even if NASA did provide the ALSJ with this image they should had noticed it. AwE130 has raised other questions about this image before and, at that time, had direct email contact with the ALSJ chief editor. They have no answers to these questions and that is why AwE130 is called the whisper. 

 

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Link to the high resolution image from the LPI website. You will see that all anomalies seen in the ALSJ version are present in the high resolution LPI image. The LPI image seems to have been the source for the ALSJ image. The ALSJ version just janked down the resolution, this is normally done to hide details. 
http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/apollo/images/print/AS11/37/5548.jpg

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