Well no, once I saw that the reflections were smudges and not lights I relied on an independent account. I withdraw the "same place" statement. But the pictures are all taken from different angles and directions and it is pretty much roughly in the same place - upper left / upper middle. The first 3 are close enough to each other accounting for visor movement and all 3 taken at roughly 45 degrees to the camera, the second 3 all straight on and again more or less the same accounting for visor movement. On certain angles light is hitting only some of the marks, this can clearly be seen on AS12-49-7281. It can also be clearly seen that not one of these images is a row of lights. One at a time(unless you start acting the fool):- AS-12-48-7134 The red arrow points to the reflection of the solar panel array - the smudges are in front of this! The yellow arrow points to one of the smudges being on the upright. Also, in the same place, the "barn door" light much clearer on this image (I suspect this may be a light smudge on the inner visor). AS12-48-7134HR.jpg (2340×2370) (nasa.gov) Straight questions: 1. Does the following image show what look like smudges or lights? 2. Does it show what appear to be less illuminated smudges in the center area? Check out his analysis of 911. It goes quiet for a week then the spammer comes back with the same crap! There really is no reasoning with such lunacy.