In the last month you have posted two images of the Moon that you say were taken by Corona (KH-1 – KH-6) spy satellites looking upward. On 17th February, this one:
…and on 11th March, this one.
The first is dated, presumably in European notation, 30-3-66. Accordingly it could not have been taken by a Corona but more likely by a Gambit (KH-7) satellite, perhaps mission KH7-26, launch date 18 March 1966, NSSDC designation 1966-022A.
The second is dated 08-01-66, a date on which no Corona or Gambit missions were operative.
Both images show identical damage. Both images show horizontal banding typical of an image transmitted by radio rather than one from a captured film magazine.
In addition, from the known geometry of the Earth-Moon system, the field of view (FOV) may easily be calculated as 0.607°. This is inconsistent with the known FOV of Gambit, 2.18°.
I am led to suspect that your data is fraudulent and I invite you to explain the exact provenance of these images.
Thanks to OneBigMonkey for inspiring this