(PHOTO 134-205111-13, AS17-134-20511, 20512 & 20513 EVA-3 at the LM & flag. Who moved the mountain, flag and foreground rocks -- but not the LM?
(July 13, 2010) Researcher Duane Daman suggested that we take another look at the anomalies in the differential sizing of the LM in relation to the surrounding mountains in the Taurus-Littrow region.
But having already presented our findings at the first Fortean Times Unconvention in the mid 1990s, as well as in our book, video and DVD, we were unsure that there were any more significant irregularities to be found in these Apollo 17 photographs.
However, Duane was insistent so we looked once more at the Apollo photographic record and indeed there are more anomalies to be found in these images. Many photographs were taken on the valley floor of Taurus-Littrow with the East Massif visible in the background -- incredibly both with and without the LM at this location.
Who moved the mountain?
Looking at some of the 'LM and flag' images photographed near the end of one of the Apollo 17 EVAs, the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal (ALSJ) states:
AS17-134-20508-13 170:26:44 "This is one of several pictures that Jack took of the LM and flag on his way back from the ALSEP site for close-out at the end of EVA-3.