Before I forget and this drifts from me... I've just finished reading the attached Ebook by Ingo Swann. It's an entertaining and fascinating read. I usually switch off with on screen books, but this had me wrapped. I can't even remember who sent me this - it might have been Edina. As well as reporting some of his RV history, (which reads like a Men in Black movie script) he talks about exploration of the moon and how there has been a delay between what has been discovered and later officially released by the scientific community. The context of the Cold War explains a lot of it, but there has regularly been 2-3 decades between a discovery and its official disclosure. One of the things he flags up is high resolution mapping of the moon and that how even though this has been going on for decades, It had not been released. Unknown to Ingo, because he has now died, a NASA project has now released some of these images officially. Ironically, these were released just as I was reading the ebook, but I was offline and missed it. Funny. Of course the 'release' looks bona fide enough, but is selective and leaves wide open the other possibilities about activity on the moon that Ingo speaks of in his book. There's no way of knowing the truth of the matter here about ET activity on the moon, but it's certainly interesting that there is a delay and selective information available about things like moon maps. I guess they have their reasons. So here's the ebook and the latest videos from our lovely space agency.