Latest Photos of the planet Mercury: Is that holes-at-the-poles?

A THEI HOLLOW EARTH EXCLUSIVE REPORT

Featured Image: Mercury in color. SOURCE:NASA (Public Domain)

From Space.com by Tom Chao, SPACE.com Producer   |   July 19, 2013 01:49pm

Latest Photos of Mercury from NASA’s Messenger Probe

Mercury from messenger-1 SOURCE NASA Public Domain

Image: Complete mosaic of Mercury’s surface.  This image was released May 31, 2013. CREDIT: NASA SOURCE: Space.com  (Public Domain)

100 Percent Coverage

Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics

“At the very end of 2012, MESSENGER obtained the final image needed to view 100 percent of Mercury’s surface under daylight conditions. The mosaics shown here cover all of Mercury’s surface and were produced by using the monochrome mosaic released by NASA’s Planetary Data System (PDS) on March 8, 2013, as the base. This image was released May 31, 2013.” . . . Credit: NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics

For those of us looking into the hollow planets theory this is a very exciting photo. Puts me in mind of another unexplained photo of the north pole of Earth. This is a composite of photos of Earth taken from the ESSA-7 satellite on November 23,1968.  It first appeared in Ray Palmer’s Flying Saucers magazine issue 69 for June 1970. The image has yet to be explained in a satisfactory manner. . . . EDITOR

Compare for yourself . . . Earth’s Hole at the North Pole? (Return to this section of THEI by clicking on “Home” on the top task bar.

 

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