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Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!

 
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Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
I just got eye glasses for long distance. But the moon out today looked about 30 miles away. Maybe 3000 though
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
Quit looking behind the kurtain Dorothy.
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
I just got eye glasses for long distance. But the moon out today looked about 30 miles away. Maybe 3000 though
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and how can you prove your point? you agree that just saying that, won't help much.

although, I will give you 5 stars because you had balls to create another thread on the same subject.
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
op do you believe it is inside earth atmosphere?
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
The OP's brain looks like it's about 30 miles away..

Where in fact it's just really really small..
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
I just got eye glasses for long distance. But the moon out today looked about 30 miles away. Maybe 3000 though
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I will give you 5 stars because you had balls to create another thread on the same subject.
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But this time take care to change your user id when you play around with sock puppets to keep your thread running:
Thread: Moon 240,000 miles away. Come on man! (Page 4)


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
My my all the trolls were flushed out with there hate. The jokes on u guys who took the bait. Enjoy your turkey. The moon did look great in the blue sky today
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
The Saturn V engines do not seem to have the power to escape earth's gravity in order to reach the moon. According to Wikipedia, the F-1 engines of the first stage have an exhaust velocity of 2390 meters per second, which converts to 1.48 miles per second, or 5352 miles per hour. Yet according to the same source, the rocket traveled 58 miles downrange and climbed to 42 miles in altitude, where the first stage burned out at 150 seconds. The rocket thus covered a distance of 72 miles from the launch pad. Its speed could only be 0.48 miles per second, or 1728 miles per hour, not 5352 mph. The ascent of the first stage was well within the view of witnesses on land and at sea, so the 72 mile distance must be correct. The official figure of 5352 mph for the exhaust velocity of the F-1 contradicts observation. If the speed of the rocket was only 1728 miles an hour at the end of the first stage, it is not clear how the J-2 engines of the second and third stages can accelerate the rocket to 24,000 miles per hour needed to escape earth's gravity, even if their exhaust velocity of 9374 mph is the correct value. The suspicion arises that not only the exhaust velocity of the F-1 engine is inflated, but also the J-2. In that case, the Apollo rockets could only reach, at best, low earth orbit. I am curious to see if anyone can explain how Saturn V accelerated to 24,000 mph, given the facts mentioned above.
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
My my all the trolls were flushed out with there hate. The jokes on u guys who took the bait. Enjoy your turkey. The moon did look great in the blue sky today
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I like that sight, too. Cheers
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
I just got eye glasses for long distance. But the moon out today looked about 30 miles away. Maybe 3000 though
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I do have the same observation of the moon yesterday. Before I left the office around 6 pm, I saw the moon 80 degrees North. And then, at midnight I went out for smoke outside and there it is on same locatjavascript:doSmilie(':yoda:');ion. :yoda:
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
I just got eye glasses for long distance. But the moon out today looked about 30 miles away. Maybe 3000 though
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oh boy If it was only that far away it could eclipse the sun nor reflect sunlight. Lets grow up. you or somebody else started another of these silly threads. lets not rewrite the truth with ignorance, please.
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
Ya, it was the same her, beautiful day.
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
Ya know, I've been wanting to post about this myself. I am 50 years old and do ever remember seeing the moon during the day but I have seen it almost every day for the last month or so. Maybe I just never noticed it, but the god damn moon is out during the day, every freaking day, crystal clear. Why? Has it always been there and if so, how come in 50 years I never noticed it???
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Re: Moon out today all day in blue sky, 240,000 miles away. Come on man!
I am curious to see if anyone can explain how Saturn V accelerated to 24,000 mph, given the facts mentioned above.
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Easy. They include Black Projects technology in the form of a little anti-grav device to neutralize MOST of the weight, but leave enough for a good show.

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