NASA Altered Photographic Shots from Apollo Mission

We made a preliminary investigation about Dr. Richard C. Hoagland and David Wilcock’s claims of non-natural objects hiding in the background of some classic shots from the Apollo missions. The link to the website page is annotated here.

We selected the original NASA image AS14-66-9301HR and the original composite print, saved by senior Enterprise Mission correspondent, Dr. Ken Johnston, both in JPG format.

Our used methodology applied Optical Character Recognition (OCR) to convert bitmaps images into vector graphics. A vector drawing is created by mathematical equations which describe each line and curve of objects in the image. The goal of this inquiry was to find if there was an additional layer of pixels added later to the original NASA image to cover up the black layers of the supposedly airless lunar sky.

The initial conclusion using OCR shows that there is an additional layer(s) of pixels added to the NASA image which does not match mathematically the original color pixels of the image. Below is the composite image made by Enterprise Mission website (Section 1 and 2) with the additional OCR image in Section 3.

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