“Weird” Images of the Moon from NASA’s Artemis 1 Spacecraft Taken Less Than 4,500 Miles Away!

See the images below of the Orion spacecraft just over an hour before its “outbound energy flyby burn” on November 21, 2022.

The spacecraft was less than 4,500 miles away (~7,242 km) and traveling at 757 miles per hour (1218 km/h). NASA’s Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft accelerates past the moon’s close flyby in a crucial engine burn.

During Orion’s moon flyby it shows an egg/oval shaped moon instead of the round shaped moon as we know, which is very strange, isn’t it?

If you compare an image of the moon photographed in 2010 from Madison, Alabama, USA, imaged with a Celestron 9.25 Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. Acquired with a Canon EOS Rebel T1i (EOS 500D), with the moon image, taken less than 4,500 miles away from the moon, with the cameras on board the Artemis 1 spacercaft so you come to the conclusion that these images are overexposed from purpose .

With overexposed images of the moon and an unusual egg/oval shaped moon, one wonders what they like to keep hidden from the public.

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