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With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?

 
DucM900
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With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Please post the official photo here

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03/24/2012 08:43 AM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
I have remote viewed the landing site only to find there's nothing there
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03/24/2012 08:51 AM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
First step on the beach?

Just saying..

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03/24/2012 09:10 AM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Watch the video. He jumps from the ladder with both feet down on the surface at the same time.
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03/24/2012 09:12 AM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Watch the video. He jumps from the ladder with both feet down on the surface at the same time.
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actualy the first time he landed on his ass , the one the world sees is a second take
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03/24/2012 09:21 AM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
His feat never touched the moon.
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03/24/2012 09:22 AM
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Feet.
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03/24/2012 09:28 AM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Watch the video. He jumps from the ladder with both feet down on the surface at the same time.
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Well I don't buy this ****t


Why has all the Media said "left"


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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Here's what the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal says:

109:24:13 Armstrong: I'm going to step off the LM now. (Long Pause)

[Neil has his right hand on the ladder and will step down with his left foot, leaving his right foot on the footpad. As he reaches down with his foot, the 16-mm film indicates that there isn't much slack in the LEC. (See a full discussion linked here. ) In the TV record, the LEC is just barely visible against the black sky.]

109:24:48 Armstrong: That's one small step for (a) man; one giant leap for mankind. (Long Pause)



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(See a full discussion linked here. )
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[link to history.nasa.gov]


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03/25/2012 07:05 AM
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(See a full discussion linked here. )
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[link to history.nasa.gov]


pigchef
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That's crude to show Buzz's caraboner like that.
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03/25/2012 07:12 AM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
By the sixties videography had crawled out of the stone age /sarcasm
One of the most momentous events in man's history,
and for a videographic recording we got shit?
Puhleeeeze!
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
SO on the official Apollo's 11 video, seems he jumped off ..or not?
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03/25/2012 04:01 PM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
It's a trick question.
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It's a trick question.
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That's the point...
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Who was holding the camera , filming his first steps on the Moon ?
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Who was holding the camera , filming his first steps on the Moon ?
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They said it was a fixed camera.
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03/25/2012 07:17 PM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Please post the official photo here

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You mean step onto the soundstage?

Watch the Kubrick video.
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Who was holding the camera , filming his first steps on the Moon ?
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They said it was a fixed camera.
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Well who broke it then?
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Who was holding the camera , filming his first steps on the Moon ?
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They said it was a fixed camera.
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My memory of it is a bit foggy , but I seem to remember the camera position was away from the module , too far even for a fixed arm attached to the module .
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Who was holding the camera , filming his first steps on the Moon ?
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They said it was a fixed camera.
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My memory of it is a bit foggy , but I seem to remember the camera position was away from the module , too far even for a fixed arm attached to the module .
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Well you'd be wrong. The camera was attached to the MESA arm which was deployed as he got out of the LM. The camera was pre-aimed to point at the ladder once deployed.
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So why the camera was fixed? this is another BIG question, you know, the last scene was the LEM goin off the ...moon filmed with a remote control on a dynamic camera from the moon soil... so why they did not use it on landing phase too?

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Neil Armstrong takes the first step on the moon. Featuring the television transmission on the left side of the screen and the 16mm motion picture camera from the LM window on the right side of the screen.

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DUCM900

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bump
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03/27/2012 09:43 AM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
both, he jumped.
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03/27/2012 08:31 PM
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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
So why the camera was fixed? this is another BIG question, you know, the last scene was the LEM goin off the ...moon filmed with a remote control on camera from the moon soil... so why not use it on landing phase too?
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That was a completely different landing. The camera that followed the LM as it took off was mounted on the rover. Are you seriously asking why they didn't have a camera already on the ground to film the landing?
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That was a completely different landing. The camera that followed the LM as it took off was mounted on the rover. Are you seriously asking why they didn't have a camera already on the ground to film the landing?
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Yes I ask for that too; there are lot of things that are funny to seek regarding 'space missions'.

However what do you think about the first step? Tnx.

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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
That was a completely different landing. The camera that followed the LM as it took off was mounted on the rover. Are you seriously asking why they didn't have a camera already on the ground to film the landing?
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Yes I ask for that too; there are lot of things that are funny to seek regarding 'space missions'.
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rofl
OK, now I know you're definitely just a troll!!

Even the most lame-brained of Apollo hoax believers would never try to claim they should have had a camera filming the landing...
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Watch the video. He jumps from the ladder with both feet down on the surface at the same time.
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rofl
OK, now I know you're definitely just a troll!!

Even the most lame-brained of Apollo hoax believers would never try to claim they should have had a camera filming the landing...
lolsign
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You really don't understand the sense of two sarcastic phrases stuck toghether? C'mon, it's late so go to bed with your little bear peluche.

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Re: With which foot did N. Armstrong first step onto the moon his right or his left?
Can someone post the original Apollo 11's footage video? (World 'Live' TV broadcast).

Last Edited by IWASTHERE on 03/29/2012 11:18 AM

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