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July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.

 
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July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
The Moon rose at 11:33am on July 20th 1969
[link to www.sunrisesunset.com]

If you were standing on the surface of the Moon on that day The Space between the Moon & the earth would also be Sky Blue because The Space between the earth & the moon was still Sky Blue on July 20th 1969 at 4:18 pm EDT when Man set foot on the Moon: "Houston, Tranquility Base here - the Eagle has landed."

But all pictures from Apollo 11 shows a black sky background.
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
man did not set foot on the moon in 69..

it was a hoax.

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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
man did not set foot on the moon in 69..

it was a hoax.

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Yeah, but can you prove it?
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
The Moon rose at 11:33am on July 20th 1969
[link to www.sunrisesunset.com]

If you were standing on the surface of the Moon on that day The Space between the Moon & the earth would also be Sky Blue because The Space between the earth & the moon was still Sky Blue on July 20th 1969 at 4:18 pm EDT when Man set foot on the Moon: "Houston, Tranquility Base here - the Eagle has landed."

But all pictures from Apollo 11 shows a black sky background.
[link to history.nasa.gov]
[link to history.nasa.gov]
[link to history.nasa.gov]
[link to history.nasa.gov]

Welcome to Planet Punisher!
Thread: I confess, PLANETS exist. -- I discovered one. Newly formed on the Asteroid Belt. -- BTW, the Asteroid Belt is no longer there, IT'S GONE

peace hf
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Dude you skipped Junior High Science class not even going to explain something I learned at age 11

sheesh
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
tard melon
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
The Moon rose at 11:33am on July 20th 1969
[link to www.sunrisesunset.com]

If you were standing on the surface of the Moon on that day The Space between the Moon & the earth would also be Sky Blue because The Space between the earth & the moon was still Sky Blue on July 20th 1969 at 4:18 pm EDT when Man set foot on the Moon: "Houston, Tranquility Base here - the Eagle has landed."

But all pictures from Apollo 11 shows a black sky background.
[link to history.nasa.gov]
[link to history.nasa.gov]
[link to history.nasa.gov]
[link to history.nasa.gov]

Welcome to Planet Punisher!
Thread: I confess, PLANETS exist. -- I discovered one. Newly formed on the Asteroid Belt. -- BTW, the Asteroid Belt is no longer there, IT'S GONE

peace hf



Dude you skipped Junior High Science class not even going to explain something I learned at age 11

sheesh
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Just ignore him, he can't help himself.
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
you could be a candidate for the nobull prize
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
you could be a candidate for the nobull prize
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misspelled *knowbull prize
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
man did not set foot on the moon in 69..

it was a hoax.

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Yeah, but can you prove it?
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simple :)

Why we haven't touch the moon for the last 40 year?

Explain how 1969 technolgoly beat the shit out of 2010's technolgoy?

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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
Not this retarded shit again.
Wow.
Read a fucking book or two already.
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
Why we haven't touch the moon for the last 40 year?

Explain how 1969 technolgoly beat the shit out of 2010's technolgoy?
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That's not proof.

They could easily say; "It doesn't!"

& That the Moon Odyssey had a Program, after so many landings it was deemed, "been there done that!

& That technology could not be used to land on Planets (Mars) and still had to be developed.

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Why we haven't touch the moon for the last 40 year?

Explain how 1969 technolgoly beat the shit out of 2010's technolgoy?

That's not proof.

They could easily say; "It doesn't!"

& That the Moon Odyssey had a Program, after so many landings it was deemed, "been there done that!

& That technology could not be used to land on Planets (Mars) and still had to be developed.

peace
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That what they want you to think :)
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OP is a stupid ass Canadian dumbfuck!!!!! Everything he posts about is pure shit!!!!! Not one single logical thinking brain cell in his stupid fucking skull!!!!!
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
HAHA....OP is a moran
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
Damn my husband bugged me all day to start a thread about why we have never been back to the moon and I told him" no way I would get ripped apart you sheeple!" lol peace
On the other hand, I have different fingers.
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
Why we haven't touch the moon for the last 40 year?

Explain how 1969 technolgoly beat the shit out of 2010's technolgoy?

That's not proof.

They could easily say; "It doesn't!"

& That the Moon Odyssey had a Program, after so many landings it was deemed, "been there done that!

& That technology could not be used to land on Planets (Mars) and still had to be developed.

peace


That what they want you to think :)
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Right! So its up to you to disprove it.

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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
Punsiher, I used to hate you, but now I love you. Greatest troll of all time. You always have fresh material too.

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Punsiher, I used to hate you, but now I love you. Greatest troll of all time. You always have fresh material too.

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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
If you were standing on the surface of the Moon on that day The Space between the Moon & the earth would also be Sky Blue because The Space between the earth & the moon was still Sky Blue on July 20th 1969 at 4:18 pm EDT when Man set foot on the Moon: "Houston, Tranquility Base here - the Eagle has landed."
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No it would not.
Because the moon has no atmosphere.


Why is the sky blue OP?
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
No it would not.
Because the moon has no atmosphere.
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What does The Atmosphere have to do with anything?

The Atmosphere is transparent?

The Atmosphere is thinnest up high and most dense at ground level, by your admission the Blue of the air (atmosphere) would also be Blue on the ground and picture taken from above (U-2's) (ISS) (Satellites) would only show the earth as Blue, you would not be able to see the color of the ground or the oceans.

BUT WE DO -- and we do because air (atmosphere) is transparent.

Why is the sky blue OP?
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Its the color of outer-space when its illuminated by the sunlight.

From the Sun to the earth all of the millions of miles of outer-space in between is the color of our blue sky because the sunlight illuminates all of that outer space to reach the earth. We only see the nighttime sky on account of our axis when earth spins like top and the area you live on rotates.

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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
They found the missing Lunar Orbitar Tapes a few years ago in an abandoned building at Moffet Federal Airfield. This is footage originaly obtained for the purpose of finding suitable landing areas for Apollo 11 and other technical data, at that time this was considered top secret, because the satellite technology was advanced and they did'nt want the USSR to know their capabilities.
Since finding the 48.000 pounds of 70mm tape they have had to refurbish the original obselete tape machines in order to digitize the old footage. To this day, the process of decoding the data is an ongoing project.
[link to www.thelivingmoon.com]
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
No it would not.
Because the moon has no atmosphere.

What does The Atmosphere have to do with anything?

The Atmosphere is transparent?

The Atmosphere is thinnest up high and most dense at ground level, by your admission the Blue of the air (atmosphere) would also be Blue on the ground and picture taken from above (U-2's) (ISS) (Satellites) would only show the earth as Blue, you would not be able to see the color of the ground or the oceans.

BUT WE DO -- and we do because air (atmosphere) is transparent.

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Light of a particular color is characterized by its frequency and wavelenth. The higher the frequency, the more blue it appears.

Sunlight is made up of all colors that, when mixed together, produce white light. You may have seen a rainbow or the prism experiment where the white light is split up into several colors.

The earth's atmosphere is filled with minute dust and water particles that act like a filter, scattering the light rays. The rays of light with the longer wavelengths, such as reds and yellows, tend to pass more easily through the atmosphere, while the rays with the shorter wavelengths, like blues and indigos, tend to be randomly scattered more easily. These more easily dispersed shorter light rays are what give the sky its blue color.

Red skies at sunrise and sunset are caused by the same phenomenon. When the light hits the Earth at an angle it has more of the atmosphere to go through; this increases the filtering effect and that is why you see a red sky.

Unless you can disprove the existence of photons?
Even so, the existence of the spectrum can be proven.
Can you provide an alternative explanation for the colors viewed at sunset and sunrise?




Why is the sky blue OP?

Its the color of outer-space when its illuminated by the sunlight.

From the Sun to the earth all of the millions of miles of outer-space in between is the color of our blue sky because the sunlight illuminates all of that outer space to reach the earth. We only see the nighttime sky on account of our axis when earth spins like top and the area you live on rotates.

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That is incorrect OP.
The sky is blue because of the Rayleigh effect.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Unless you can refute it?

You claim sunlight makes space an opaque blue?
How...?
Can you describe the process?
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They found the missing Lunar Orbitar Tapes a few years ago in an abandoned building at Moffet Federal Airfield.
[link to www.thelivingmoon.com]
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Does the clip show the THOUSANDS of miles of outer-space between the Moon and the earth the color Blue like our skies?

hf
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Here is the site dedicated to the lost tapes and the data/images they've managed to recover.
[link to www.moonviews.com]
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
Light of a particular color is characterized by its frequency and wavelenth.
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The higher the frequency, the more blue it appears.

Sunlight is made up of all colors that, when mixed together, produce white light. You may have seen a rainbow or the prism experiment where the white light is split up into several colors.
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You see friend, I don't buy your brand of academics.

Light and frequency?

Its not Radiowaves?

The earth's atmosphere is filled with minute dust and water particles that act like a filter, scattering the light rays.
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Moisture in air have a ceiling limit of high high they climb.

Look up at the skies, see the clouds?

That's the limit moisture in the air rises because that is where the clouds collect.

I did tell you that I didn't buy your brand of academics.

Red skies at sunrise and sunset are caused by the same phenomenon. When the light hits the Earth at an angle it has more of the atmosphere to go through; this increases the filtering effect and that is why you see a red sky.
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My friend, here is where you throw caution at the wind and it bites you back.

If what you explained thus far was all true, then by this last statement of sunset being at angle and reflecting that light from the dust and moisture and gasses and whatever else those phony scientists hallucinated earth SKIES would ALWAYS be RED at SUNSET because the angle is always the same day after day after day.

BUT WE DON'T SEE A RED SKY EVERY SUNSET OR SUNRISE -- DO WE?

You claim sunlight makes space an opaque blue?
How...?
Can you describe the process?
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Just look at the sun in the sky.

From earth to the sun all of that outer-space is blue.

Its blue because its Blue around the sun as well.

peace
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
I must like shaking my head because I always open this guy's stupid threads.

Lucky for me that I have a short attention span for stupid.
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
They found the missing Lunar Orbitar Tapes a few years ago in an abandoned building at Moffet Federal Airfield.
[link to www.thelivingmoon.com]

Does the clip show the THOUSANDS of miles of outer-space between the Moon and the earth the color Blue like our skies?

hf
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The footage is black and white.
Try and understand the basic science of it, the Earth, like some of the other planets and bodies in space, have an atmosphere, an area made up of many different particles, gas, vapor, and dust, all of these reflect light and other invisible rays like X-rays ect. Some of the planets, like our Moon don't have an atmosphere, there is no particulate which can reflect light, nothing, just a vacuum.
In August 1960 Joe Kettinger set the altitude record for manned ballon flight, 102.800 feet, he parachuted back to earth, if you watch the footage shot from his camera, you can clearly see the edge of our atmosphere and how it turns from blue to pitch black.
[link to www.youtube.com]
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
You claim sunlight makes space an opaque blue?
How...?
Can you describe the process?

Just look at the sun in the sky.

From earth to the sun all of that outer-space is blue.
Its blue because its Blue around the sun as well.

peace
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Yes, so you said earlier.
You just dodged the question.
I asked you how this is so...

Let's say I accept your claim that sunlight causes space to turn an opaque blue.
I'd like to learn more about the process so now I'm asking you how it turns space blue.

peace
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
The footage is black and white.
Try and understand the basic science of it, the Earth, like some of the other planets and bodies in space, have an atmosphere, an area made up of many different particles, gas, vapor, and dust, all of these reflect light and other invisible rays like X-rays ect.
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Fine, I'll accept that you believe that its because of The Atmosphere that we see our skies Blue.

All I need you to do now, is prove it.

Prove that its The Atmosphere (air/transparent) which is thinnest up high the reason why we see The Blue.

& Also explain why the same Atmosphere doesn't reflect The Blue when pictures are taken from above. (U-2's) (ISS) (Satellites)

peace
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Re: July 20th, 1969, when NASA landed Apollo 11, the Space between the Moon & the earth should've been Blue like our Sky.
Yes, so you said earlier.
You just dodged the question.
I asked you how this is so...

Let's say I accept your claim that sunlight causes space to turn an opaque blue.
I'd like to learn more about the process so now I'm asking you how it turns space blue.

peace
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1051985

Obviously Space must be filled with some form of gas.

Its this gas that turns sky blue with the sunlight.

simple answer/above

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