After a little research I have found a "possible" explanation for the "Lunar Wave" as shown in videos by Crrow777. It is possibly a bow wave above Earth in our upper atmosphere caused by the "lunar eclipse" shadow. Th...
After a little research I have found a "possible" explanation for the "Lunar Wave" as shown in videos by Crrow777. It is possibly a bow wave above Earth in our upper atmosphere caused by the "lunar eclipse" shadow. They may also appear in other similar circumstances near equinoxes and at dawn and dusk. It is probably not a hologram. The waves or ripples seems to extend across the whole lens / viewer width but cannot normally be seen as the area around the Moon is to dark to show it. This may be a compression issue on my part so is not conclusive. Flipping the images to negative may show it better. It does have curvature, but that is to be expected. It was theorized back in the early 1970's and later verified in 2009 by various astronomers / physicists. But this may be totally new discovery on his part. Full details below in the links provided.
First first published on YouTube March 6th 2015.
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Moon wave footage credit - Crrow777
I am merely offering an alternative view here. I have every right to offer other possible explanations. The bow wave could explain why there are 2 ripples but they may be above the Moon. Further research is needed. This is a public domain forum and open for public scrutiny. Absolutely no disrespect to Crrow777 is meant at all.
Amendment. Of course I haven't seen the raw Lunar Wave footage. Some of the outer pixel movement may be compression artefacts. (As I said to Crrow777 in a message earlier) YT videos are only at 8000 kbps. So high quality stills turned to negative might be the answer. If the wave is external to the Moon circumference then it might show with hard contrast adjustment or some other method.
Feel free to ask for any information regarding the objects/phenomena shown here.
See you soon for another game of "Interplanetary I spy".