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why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]

 
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Okay figure this one out , all you ace debunkers:

In the tv videos of the Earth seen through the orbiters port , half way to the Moon, why can't we see stars?
No sun there. Nobody is shooting at the Sun.
No reflection.
Camera is inside something like a dark room.
You SHOULD see stars!!!
But nada. Not a singil star. No stars.
WTFF???

To see that video , watch the videos on this thread:
Thread: Weather Satellite Photo July 1969 Matches Apollo Broadcast Weather Pattern.
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Okay figure this one out , all you ace debunkers:

In the tv videos of the Earth seen through the orbiters port , half way to the Moon, why can't we see stars?
No sun there. Nobody is shooting at the Sun.
No reflection.
Camera is inside something like a dark room.
You SHOULD see stars!!!
But nada. Not a singil star. No stars.
WTFF???

To see that video , watch the videos on this thread:
Thread: Weather Satellite Photo July 1969 Matches Apollo Broadcast Weather Pattern.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13619536


Because it is still exposed for a bright sunlit object (the earth) and the camera isn't designed to film something as relatively dim as stars.
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08/31/2012 09:48 AM
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
ITT

people who can't believe we landed on the moon and when eventually you find out we actually did they will pass out or have a nervous break down.
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08/31/2012 10:32 AM
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
And the module made of cardboard, tar paper, scotchtape, and lots and lots of gold foil!

Dave McGowan's series "Wagging the Moondoggie" delves into the Apollo moon mission HOAX. It's excellent. And very funny.
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`cosmic' dave's stuff is indeed funny...

(not excellent by any stretch of the imagination)

but funny...

(I laughed all through the first `moofie' he made, thinking it had to be a joke, that noone could actually be that stupid)

He certainly proved me wrong...
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08/31/2012 10:38 AM
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
in this picture -

image - [link to www.hq.nasa.gov]

it seems the light source has been captured and it looks like studio lighting

like it ain't the sun in my opinion....

anyone care to comment??

source - [link to www.hq.nasa.gov]
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that's no US flag.
it's a bsflag
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08/31/2012 11:23 AM
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
op only sees what he wants to see.. sad sad.
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Its just a trajectory light from atmospheric projection, during the hour of alignment and lens refractory creating a anomaly of lens burst from the curvature of the apparatus operandi of the said anomaly...

DUH !
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08/31/2012 11:32 AM
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Why wont anybody comment on the cables and wires running under the dirt at the bottom of the picture?
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Why wont anybody comment on the cables and wires running under the dirt at the bottom of the picture?
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I already did. I'm pretty sure that is for the TV camera. If not that then for one of the many other experiments.
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08/31/2012 11:34 AM
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
in this picture -

image - [link to www.hq.nasa.gov]

it seems the light source has been captured and it looks like studio lighting

like it ain't the sun in my opinion....

anyone care to comment??

source - [link to www.hq.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22811026


What are all the wires and cables in the bottom of the picture for?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21062803


It is for the TV camera I believe.
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Or is it to power all the blinking lights?iamwith
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08/31/2012 11:40 AM
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Or is it to power all the blinking lights?iamwith
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because when I wanted to power overhead lights at the players theatre I always ran them across the stage underfoot...


tard

(and that's being polite...)
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
The dust that got into everything, hung around longer than expected, but didn't get stirred up on landing?
Yeah, magic dust, I think you've been huffing it
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22896420


It DID get stirred up, it DID get on everything (electrostatic cling), but it DIDN'T hang.

The concept of "vacuum" is a hard one for you, isn't it?
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
it's funny how there is no pics of the sun through the whole collection... cruise
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Wrong.

I'd cite call-out numbers and rolls, but I hate to help such a lazy ass.
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08/31/2012 01:27 PM
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
I don't care what any of you say..... I have looked through the whole collection and have been laughing my ass off... the sun and shadows don't move over time, reflections of studio lighting in the lens, the lack of stars in the night sky, the dodgy paper and foil taping of the module, then you have the absolutely clean spotless landing site....

too many shills here

with all the technology we have we could have been back to the moon, so really?

need I say more

the moon landings are BS.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22811026


Please tell us, from your font of infinite wisdom, how many degrees the Sun will move over 1 hour.

Hint: the pictures were taken on the Moon.
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Orb optics. These links provide full disclosure.
And the source of the light is the sun.

End of story, these are not studio lights.
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Okay figure this one out , all you ace debunkers:

In the tv videos of the Earth seen through the orbiters port , half way to the Moon, why can't we see stars?
No sun there. Nobody is shooting at the Sun.
No reflection.
Camera is inside something like a dark room.
You SHOULD see stars!!!
But nada. Not a singil star. No stars.
WTFF???

To see that video , watch the videos on this thread:
Thread: Weather Satellite Photo July 1969 Matches Apollo Broadcast Weather Pattern.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13619536


That's the Earth.

Here's a place you might find a clue. Hold up that iPad, center it on the full Moon (which incidentally has about a quarter of the albedo), and take a picture. The iPad will automatically adjust to get you a good exposure of the Moon.

Now count the stars that appear in the picture.
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Why wont anybody comment on the cables and wires running under the dirt at the bottom of the picture?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21062803


What comment do you want?

Each Apollo mission deployed a variety of scientific equipment, not limited to high-gain antenna, ALSEP package, television camera, DAC, SNAP power source...

If you go through the mission reports or the shorter descriptions (or even the press release packages) you'll find a nice list of experimental packages.

Or, if you really want to know which specific things are at the ends of those cables, there are third-party maps of most of the landing sites. And the larger pieces/concentrations of gear show up in the LRO pictures and are labeled for you.




Okay, okay, I take pity. The picture in question is AS11-40-5872; meaning from the only color roll taken on EVA by the Apollo 11 crew. Which means the astronaut is probably Buzz, since Neil hogged the camera! But anyhow; Sun is roughly to the left, so we're South of the spacecraft.

The only thing out in that direction (A11 didn't have as much gear as later missions!) is the TV camera. And, indeed, here's a picture of it from about 20 minutes later -- the cable is quite clear.

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]
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08/31/2012 01:54 PM
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
another one....

image - [link to www.hq.nasa.gov]
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HHHMMMMspock
 Quoting: THE INQUISADOR


I love how the rocket thrusters on the lander havent disturbed the prisitine moon surface, and how there is no moon dust on the legs...

Apollo 11 is a hoax for sure...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22811026


If people are willing to believe is shit like Noah's Ark, well then, easy enough to fill the same people with this kind of stuff.

Don't you think?
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Look at the reflection in the astrodudes helmet - it will tell you everything you need to know.


lollollol
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Okay figure this one out , all you ace debunkers:

In the tv videos of the Earth seen through the orbiters port , half way to the Moon, why can't we see stars?
No sun there. Nobody is shooting at the Sun.
No reflection.
Camera is inside something like a dark room.
You SHOULD see stars!!!
But nada. Not a singil star. No stars.
WTFF???

To see that video , watch the videos on this thread:
Thread: Weather Satellite Photo July 1969 Matches Apollo Broadcast Weather Pattern.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13619536


That's the Earth.

Here's a place you might find a clue. Hold up that iPad, center it on the full Moon (which incidentally has about a quarter of the albedo), and take a picture. The iPad will automatically adjust to get you a good exposure of the Moon.

Now count the stars that appear in the picture.
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Here's a hint as to the educational background of that poster...
They called the CSM an orbiter

`Camera is inside something like a dark room.' that's so brightly lit the astronauts had trouble sleeping because it was so bright...

`But nada. Not a singil star. No stars.'

not a SINGIL star to be seen- because we should SEE stars....


Yes, yes we should...

braindamage is goodly two...to.... threely...


Really- what can you say to a post like this...

And they are allowed to vote and drive- neither of which they are obviously capable of doing without damaging someone or something in the process..
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I love how the rocket thrusters on the lander havent disturbed the prisitine moon surface, and how there is no moon dust on the legs...

Apollo 11 is a hoax for sure...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22811026


why should there be dust on the legs? Are you thinking the dust should have clouded up and gottten suspended inthe nonexistent air? There is a disturbance under the rockt engine. There are striations on the ground where some dust was pushed outward.
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The dust that got into everything, hung around longer than expected, but didn't get stirred up on landing?
Yeah, magic dust, I think you've been huffing it
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22896420


And what part of there is no atmosphere to suspend it in the air for it to hang around and fall on the legs do you not understand?
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If the dust can't be floating on the moon then neither can a man and spacecraft, derp
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I love how for the whole collection, god knows how many hours, the sun and shadows stay on the same angle.... again Moon magic
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That would actually make sense, the moon doesn't rotate like the earth. It takes 28 days, not 24 hours to rotate
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The photo looks fake to me.
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The dust that got into everything, hung around longer than expected, but didn't get stirred up on landing?
Yeah, magic dust, I think you've been huffing it
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22896420


It DID get stirred up, it DID get on everything (electrostatic cling), but it DIDN'T hang.

The concept of "vacuum" is a hard one for you, isn't it?
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From the link I posted you fucking retarded fuckity fuck,

"That dust, the Apollo crewmen found when they went out to play in it, did some strange things: it rose above the surface when disturbed and hung there far longer than could be explained by the moon's weak gravity"

Read more: [link to www.time.com]
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why should there be dust on the legs? Are you thinking the dust should have clouded up and gottten suspended inthe nonexistent air? There is a disturbance under the rockt engine. There are striations on the ground where some dust was pushed outward.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14143765


The dust that got into everything, hung around longer than expected, but didn't get stirred up on landing?
Yeah, magic dust, I think you've been huffing it
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22896420


And what part of there is no atmosphere to suspend it in the air for it to hang around and fall on the legs do you not understand?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14143765


If the dust can't be floating on the moon then neither can a man and spacecraft, derp
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22958904


Huh? What in the world are you talking about? Since when has someone been talking about a man or spacecraft floating on the Moon? Do you understand how dust aerosolizes and is suspended in air?
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
The dust that got into everything, hung around longer than expected, but didn't get stirred up on landing?
Yeah, magic dust, I think you've been huffing it
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22896420


It DID get stirred up, it DID get on everything (electrostatic cling), but it DIDN'T hang.

The concept of "vacuum" is a hard one for you, isn't it?
 Quoting: nomuse (not logged in) 2380183


From the link I posted you fucking retarded fuckity fuck,

"That dust, the Apollo crewmen found when they went out to play in it, did some strange things: it rose above the surface when disturbed and hung there far longer than could be explained by the moon's weak gravity"

Read more: [link to www.time.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22958904


static electricity on very, very small amounts of dust. The vast majority fell to the ground at the same rate as everything else exactly as would be expected in a vacuum.
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Hmmmmm guys.....

In the following picture, zoom in on the Astronauts Sun Visor.....

HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOO

You can see another Astronaut taking the picture but look at the shadows on the ground of the flag and Astronaut, they don't match the shadows when you zoom out.....

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
The dust that got into everything, hung around longer than expected, but didn't get stirred up on landing?
Yeah, magic dust, I think you've been huffing it
[link to www.sciencedaily.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22896420


It DID get stirred up, it DID get on everything (electrostatic cling), but it DIDN'T hang.

The concept of "vacuum" is a hard one for you, isn't it?
 Quoting: nomuse (not logged in) 2380183


From the link I posted you fucking retarded fuckity fuck,

"That dust, the Apollo crewmen found when they went out to play in it, did some strange things: it rose above the surface when disturbed and hung there far longer than could be explained by the moon's weak gravity"

Read more: [link to www.time.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22958904


static electricity on very, very small amounts of dust. The vast majority fell to the ground at the same rate as everything else exactly as would be expected in a vacuum.
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I see reading comprehension isn't your strong point
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Re: why can I see studio lights on the moon? [PHOTO]
Hmmmmm guys.....

In the following picture, zoom in on the Astronauts Sun Visor.....

HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOO

You can see another Astronaut taking the picture but look at the shadows on the ground of the flag and Astronaut, they don't match the shadows when you zoom out.....

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22944086


What do you mean? They are going the same direction and appear to be at about the right angle, too. You can see the photographer in the image, after all. Look at how the shadows are angling past him.
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a lens flare of the sun wouldn't look like that!!!!!
 Quoting: Aussie OP 22811026

According to whom? You?
Hoaxies are always self-proclaimed experts, but they never ever actually demonstrate any expertise.

I love how the rocket thrusters on the lander havent disturbed the prisitine moon surface, and how there is no moon dust on the legs...
 Quoting: Aussie OP 22811026

I love it how hoaxies just parrot what the hoax promoters have whispered in their ears.

Take a closer look and you will see that the surface has been clearly disturbed.
And why the fuck, considering this is a vacuum, would the dust that has been blown away end up in the place where it has been blown away from?

it's funny how there is no pics of the sun through the whole collection... cruise
 Quoting: Aussie OP 22811026

How funny that you lie about having seen the whole collection.

This is in fact the most common hoaxie lie.
Try to be original, not a bore.

I love how for the whole collection, god knows how many hours, the sun and shadows stay on the same angle.... again Moon magic
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22811026

Indeed, Moon 'magic'.
Or as grown-ups call it, being on another world.
A world that takes nearly 30 Earth-days for a full day-night cycle.
book

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What are all the wires and cables in the bottom of the picture for?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21062803

I see ONE wire.
That might very well be the cable that connects the TV-camera with the transmitter.
On Apollo 11 the high-gains antenna of the LM was used for the TV link.
Later missions had a separate transmitter.
book

To add with that...
On our farm I can hit record on my phone & capture many stars...

Being, even w the stage light/"sunlight"/whatever, where the fuck are all the stars?? NOT ONE? BS!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19392583

The sun is several billions time brighter than any star.
book

Spoken like someone that doesn't understand the first thing about photography. To capture stars on film you must have a long exposure (about 30 seconds or more) and a tripod.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 14143765

my iPhone takes pictures of stars
bsflag
 Quoting: UK Coward 22811026

When the Sun is up?
book

Hmmmmm guys.....
In the following picture, zoom in on the Astronauts Sun Visor.....
HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOO

You can see another Astronaut taking the picture but look at the shadows on the ground of the flag and Astronaut, they don't match the shadows when you zoom out.....
[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]
 Quoting: UK Coward 22944086

You do realise, one might hope, that the visor is a spherical mirror, not a flat one.
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