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Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)

 
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Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Most pictures on web (99.9) are fake. (Conspiracy)

For best visual observe sky.
(east-coast Moonrise: 5:02pm) -- (west-coast Moonrise: 4:55pm)

Following is absolute best find. (real)
[link to farm3.static.flickr.com]

The moon is made of a translucent material, very advanced.

Portions of inner structure are extremely thin, background sky permeates through.

As sky changes from day to night inner moon spots permeate the change.
(Moon in atmosphere)

In addition; Moon-light is different then Sun-light.
(Moon non-reflective)

CONCLUSION: The Moon is in our atmosphere and the inner spots being thin allow the sky behind her to be seen. Also, the Moon shines by her own light (white) and does not reflect the sunlight, or her moonlight would reflect the source (sun) being a mellow yellow.
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Just a little question for you, just to check if your head is screwed on properly:

Why is the sky blue?
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
i have no idea what you are talking about, but i love your title "inner spots of the moon are undeniably the color of our sky".
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Just a little question for you, just to check if your head is screwed on properly:

Why is the sky blue?
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You tell me why?
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
You are an idiot. That is because the darker spots on the moon (craters) are dark due to the fact that low levels of light are hitting them. You know because of the angels of the light source (the sun) not hitting those places?

Well because these craters receive little to no light, they REFLECT BACK OUT little to no light. When these light rays hit earth what we see is the light from the moon. You do not see dark craters because the light of day being the light from the sun trapped in our atmosphere (creating the blue color you see) has more light, brighter light, than the one that you see from the craters outside the atmosphere.

Aside from the fact that there are infinite images of the moon taken from space via satellite, shuttle, etc.

Taking your flawed idiotic logic would say that if infact the moon WAS inside the atmosphere, we would see the entire spheroid, and the craters would be GRAYISH NOT BLUE. I will just stop there, this is stupid.

Flawed logic is flawed.

Fail.

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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
I have a serious question (protective gear is ON - pls don't hurt me too much for asking! ;))

During the day, as is my understanding - which naturally could be flawed! - we are unable to see the stars due to our own atmosphere (and I ofc assume due to the sun illuminating the atmosphere - sorry I lack rocket scientist vocabulary on these issues).

So why is it we can see the moon during the day? In full sunlight? Just been wondering this past week as it's overhead during the day here.. And thinking somewhat logically, should we be able to see it during the day? Or is it just because it is the closest thing? (yet still beyond our atmosphere).

Sincerely curious!


And yes I know it's normal to see it during the day and I'm not trying to preach DOOM or anything here hehe, just asking!

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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
OH YEA. I forgot, your source is a forum??? Good lord.
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
You are an idiot. That is because the darker spots on the moon (craters) are dark due to the fact that low levels of light are hitting them. You know because of the angels of the light source (the sun) not hitting those places?

Well because these craters receive little to no light, they REFLECT BACK OUT little to no light. When these light rays hit earth what we see is the light from the moon. You do not see dark craters because the light of day being the light from the sun trapped in our atmosphere (creating the blue color you see) has more light, brighter light, than the one that you see from the craters outside the atmosphere.

Aside from the fact that there are infinite images of the moon taken from space via satellite, shuttle, etc.

Taking your flawed idiotic logic would say that if infact the moon WAS inside the atmosphere, we would see the entire spheroid, and the craters would be GRAYISH NOT BLUE. I will just stop there, this is stupid.

Flawed logic is flawed.

Fail.

The White Raven
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
I have a serious question (protective gear is ON - pls don't hurt me too much for asking! ;))

During the day, as is my understanding - which naturally could be flawed! - we are unable to see the stars due to our own atmosphere (and I ofc assume due to the sun illuminating the atmosphere - sorry I lack rocket scientist vocabulary on these issues).

So why is it we can see the moon during the day? In full sunlight? Just been wondering this past week as it's overhead during the day here.. And thinking somewhat logically, should we be able to see it during the day? Or is it just because it is the closest thing? (yet still beyond our atmosphere).

Sincerely curious!


And yes I know it's normal to see it during the day and I'm not trying to preach DOOM or anything here hehe, just asking!
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anyone?
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
You are an idiot. That is because the darker spots on the moon (craters) are dark due to the fact that low levels of light are hitting them.
 Quoting: TheWhiteRaven

Little boy believes Low levels of sunlight are blue.

Little boy has little brain.

You know because of the angels of the light source (the sun) not hitting those places?
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Truly a display of childlike mentality.

The light source (failed theory) is at the same reflective angle.
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
You are an idiot. That is because the darker spots on the moon (craters) are dark due to the fact that low levels of light are hitting them.

Little boy believes Low levels of sunlight are blue.

Little boy has little brain.


You know because of the angels of the light source (the sun) not hitting those places?

Truly a display of childlike mentality.

The light source (failed theory) is at the same reflective angle.
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I suggest you learn a little basics on light and the atmosphere in order to educate yourself on why the sky is blue.

This is the first link on google for "Why is the sky blue?". Should be easy enough for you eh? [link to www.sciencemadesimple.com]

The blue color of the sky is due to Rayleigh scattering. As light moves through the atmosphere, most of the longer wavelengths pass straight through. Little of the red, orange and yellow light is affected by the air.

However, much of the shorter wavelength light is absorbed by the gas molecules. The absorbed blue light is then radiated in different directions. It gets scattered all around the sky. Whichever direction you look, some of this scattered blue light reaches you. Since you see the blue light from everywhere overhead, the sky looks blue.


Did you read what you just said about the angle of the light source and it being reflected? It's the sun, you just proved me right. Little boy.
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Sincerely curious!
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The stars only come out at night because they follow the sun.

This is why some pictures taken in space show no stars, they are taken during the day.
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
The blue color of the sky is due to Rayleigh scattering. As light moves through the atmosphere, most of the longer wavelengths pass straight through. Little of the red, orange and yellow light is affected by the air.

However, much of the shorter wavelength light is absorbed by the gas molecules.

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You are infantile and to the core.

The facts of why or how science defines the reason of our atmosphere being blue is of inconsequential matter to the OP.

We are talking about the Moon and why her inner spots are the same color of our sky which was explained.

Thank-you!
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Sincerely curious!

The stars only come out at night because they follow the sun.

This is why some pictures taken in space show no stars, they are taken during the day.
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Okay I should have asked for someone OTHER than the OP to answer my question peace
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
bonghit stoned
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Okay I should have asked for someone OTHER than the OP to answer my question peace
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Well, when you think you found your answer, post it here and we'll scrutinize it. You will see for yourself how twisted the science community has become for not even noticing that Moon is in our atmosphere having the inner spots of her structure give it away for all who can still hold their heads up!
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The blue color of the sky is due to Rayleigh scattering. As light moves through the atmosphere, most of the longer wavelengths pass straight through. Little of the red, orange and yellow light is affected by the air.

However, much of the shorter wavelength light is absorbed by the gas molecules.


You are infantile and to the core.

The facts of why or how science defines the reason of our atmosphere being blue is of inconsequential matter to the OP.

We are talking about the Moon and why her inner spots are the same color of our sky which was explained.

Thank-you!
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Obviously you just proved yourself stupid. Learn to factor in logic and reality into your world and maybe the rest of us can take you seriously. You have the science and math there. Have fun.

Okay I should have asked for someone OTHER than the OP to answer my question peace
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I suggest you start a new thread. This one has already been killed by stupidity and trolling an impossible stupidity.

Okay I should have asked for someone OTHER than the OP to answer my question peace

Well, when you think you found your answer, post it here and we'll scrutinize it. You will see for yourself how twisted the science community has become for not even noticing that Moon is in our atmosphere having the inner spots of her structure give it away for all who can still hold their heads up!
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He was calling you stupid. :)

Sigh.. Ahh some people, the hilarity.

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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Just a little question for you, just to check if your head is screwed on properly:

Why is the sky blue?
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The blue color of the sky is due to Rayleigh scattering. As light moves through the atmosphere, most of the longer wavelengths pass straight through. Little of the red, orange and yellow light is affected by the air.

However, much of the shorter wavelength light is absorbed by the gas molecules. The absorbed blue light is then radiated in different directions. It gets scattered all around the sky. Whichever direction you look, some of this scattered blue light reaches you. Since you see the blue light from everywhere overhead, the sky looks blue.

As you look closer to the horizon, the sky appears much paler in color. To reach you, the scattered blue light must pass through more air. Some of it gets scattered away again in other directions. Less blue light reaches your eyes. The color of the sky near the horizon appears paler or white.
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Okay I should have asked for someone OTHER than the OP to answer my question peace

Well, when you think you found your answer, post it here and we'll scrutinize it. You will see for yourself how twisted the science community has become for not even noticing that Moon is in our atmosphere having the inner spots of her structure give it away for all who can still hold their heads up!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 980029



Granted, I don't believe everything science has to say. Even NASA having to rethink their theories for 'what is possible' is confirming in that area. I don't blindly believe and teach my kids to ask questions instead of just sucking whatever the schools tell them is true.
I have a hard time believing what 'science' has to say and at times I sit and giggle a bit because how can ANYONE 'know'? It's all just theories and what we think to be true anyway, right? I'm sure if we were all here and witnessed the extinction of the dinosaurs for example, we would have a different understanding, and not 10 different theories. Quite amazing when you think about it.. We humans think we know all the answers, I'm sure we know a few, but we're far off the ball imho.

With that said, i can't believe that 'the stars follow the sun' - and I won't either. I find the moon a fascinating body in our skies, but your answer wasn't the one I was looking for ;)
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
OP allow me to sling you some holographic beef jerky. This is just something I'm going to throw out there...

All you Technological Haters I'm talking to the OP...

If, at some point in the future, you look at the moon.... and you are able to perceive that the moon is actually protected by a geodesic glass-like structure with a square opening located over the space port...

You won't hear me say I told you so (wink).

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Obviously you just proved yourself stupid. Learn to factor in logic and reality into your world and maybe the rest of us can take you seriously. You have the science and math there. Have fun.
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You are an idiot.

Why would I want to be taken serious by idiots?

The OP is talking about the Moon, and The IDIOT is discussing why the Atmosphere is blue.
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/quickly adds that she is not a tech hater
hf

But that's an interesting thought - love to hear more :D
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lmao
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Obviously you just proved yourself stupid. Learn to factor in logic and reality into your world and maybe the rest of us can take you seriously. You have the science and math there. Have fun.

You are an idiot.

Why would I want to be taken serious by idiots?

The OP is talking about the Moon, and The IDIOT is discussing why the Atmosphere is blue.
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Because the color of the sky is blue. The blue is the color of the ATMOSPHERE you MORON. Learn to read. I read your crap, now go read basic fundamentals of elementary science. Links posted above. FAIL.
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Punisher, please go away, a LONG ways away with your stupidity.


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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Because the color of the sky is blue. The blue is the color of the ATMOSPHERE you MORON.
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Stupid finally raised his head up and witnessed that the Sky is Blue. Good for you stupid.

Now stupid tell us why the blue sky permeates through the Moon.
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Because the color of the sky is blue. The blue is the color of the ATMOSPHERE you MORON.

Stupid finally raised his head up and witnessed that the Sky is Blue. Good for you stupid.

Now stupid tell us why the blue sky permeates through the Moon.
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You're an idiot. If you are asking that you havent read my posts. Of course you didn't because you're a troll. And I have proved that. Fail. Good bye.
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Who can tell me why the blue sky permeates through the Moon?

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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
Who can tell me why the blue sky permeates through the Moon?

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If it does that, then why doesn't the black night sky permeate through the moon at night?
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If it does that, then why doesn't the black night sky permeate through the moon at night?
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It does, and it was stated in the OP.

Watch the moon today/night, you'll see.

Seeing is believing!
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Re: Inner spots of the Moon are undeniably the color of our sky. Translucent -- (in atmosphere)
the moon defies physics- so right then and there you cant apply the "natural laws of science" to the moon- because it shatters them. we never see the dark-side... why is that? im More curious as to why only one side of the moon is ever facing us... getting us USE to something perhaps? what would happen if some force flipped it so the other side faces us? destruction on earth?

why does the Moon have such dark craters- but the sun shines directly onto it- wouldnt the sunlight Brighten them up at least enough to where they werent Black..

why did i see a star drop out of the sky slowly last night. why do we have so many edited/watered down pics of space... why do they not show us the pictures of the circle at the North and South poles of Earth? is it hollow? .............................................................​..

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