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Theres no Apollo landing site on the GLP Telescope!!!!!!

 
Apollo Oh Noes
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Theres no Apollo landing site on the GLP Telescope!!!!!!
Hey,
Can anyone use our "super duper" GLP telescope to prove this wrong? Please spend a minute finding the landing site and post a snapshot if at all possible. It is rumored we have access to this super awesome telescope that can "see all" without any government intervention, but so far....I have never seen anything remotely significant that I could'nt find from my backyard telescope.

I want to be proven wrong. Please dont tell me about all the other cool stuff seen through the GLP telescope, just simply post a close up pic of the landing site for all to see...
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No replies? HMMMMMMM?
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Touche. Of course there are no pics we never went there
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Re: Theres no Apollo landing site on the GLP Telescope!!!!!!
Lots of people claim on this site to be able to access the telescope and "surf" around the universe through the GLP telescope....

Last year there was lots of threads about how much money and development went into it, and how the technology allowed you to drive the lens from your PC....

Lots of pics were posted showing things far, far away....but through all of this, noone ever posted a single pic of the moon landing site, although this telescope was claimed to me the most advanced public access telescope in the USA....

Help me to see the landing site, as i do not know how to access the telescope to see for myself...

How is it that there are so many Apollo threads on this great forum, but noone seems to be able to post a pic....

I love GLP, and want to see!!!!!
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11/27/2012 11:11 PM
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Just how good do you think that telescope is?
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Just how good do you think that telescope is?
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
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both nasa and chinese space agency have images of appollo sites from lunar orbiters/missions.
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both nasa and chinese space agency have images of appollo sites from lunar orbiters/missions.
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Yes I know that, but that is not what I asked and specifically what I asked not to include...Thanks Though!!!
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Just how good do you think that telescope is?
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
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Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
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Just how good do you think that telescope is?
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
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Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
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Let me put it this way....you do not understand how the hubble lens' operate...I am sorry...Hubble is designed for deep space observation, it could not focus on something as close as the moon....Thanks Though...
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Re: Theres no Apollo landing site on the GLP Telescope!!!!!!
Please stop trying to derail this thread, and participate...Go look at past images saved by the GLP telescope...If this thing could see Uranus and saturn in their full color and glory, it could focus on the Apollo site...It was explained that it had the technology to do so, so unless you are aware of the events of the past year concerning this particular GLP telescope and the claims made by its builders, then you really do not have a credible basis to post attempted bunking statements...

All I ask is that someone help direct this GLP telescope to said location, and zoom in as best as possible....Thanks GLP!!!
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Just how good do you think that telescope is?
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
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Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
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Let me put it this way....you do not understand how the hubble lens' operate...I am sorry...Hubble is designed for deep space observation, it could not focus on something as close as the moon....Thanks Though...
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OK then let me put it this way. There is nothing on Earth that can view anything that small at that distance either. Clear enough for you?
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
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Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28538950


Let me put it this way....you do not understand how the hubble lens' operate...I am sorry...Hubble is designed for deep space observation, it could not focus on something as close as the moon....Thanks Though...
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OK then let me put it this way. There is nothing on Earth that can view anything that small at that distance either. Clear enough for you?
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No it is not clear....I guess you just need to spend time in another forum, because you dont know of the claims made, or of what you speak....Thanks though
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Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
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Let me put it this way....you do not understand how the hubble lens' operate...I am sorry...Hubble is designed for deep space observation, it could not focus on something as close as the moon....Thanks Though...
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OK then let me put it this way. There is nothing on Earth that can view anything that small at that distance either. Clear enough for you?
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No it is not clear....I guess you just need to spend time in another forum, because you dont know of the claims made, or of what you speak....Thanks though
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I don't know of the claims made here, but I know of the current limitations. Even the huge telescopes do not have that kind of resolution.
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Re: Theres no Apollo landing site on the GLP Telescope!!!!!!
Hey,
Can anyone use our "super duper" GLP telescope to prove this wrong? Please spend a minute finding the landing site and post a snapshot if at all possible. It is rumored we have access to this super awesome telescope that can "see all" without any government intervention, but so far....I have never seen anything remotely significant that I could'nt find from my backyard telescope.

I want to be proven wrong. Please dont tell me about all the other cool stuff seen through the GLP telescope, just simply post a close up pic of the landing site for all to see...
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I's like a demonstration of running the original 1969 cica Apollo heat and air conditioning from batteries for the same duration of one of these missions. I doubt we could do this today with even the most efficient a/c and highest capacity batteries.
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I's like a demonstration of running the original 1969 cica Apollo heat and air conditioning from batteries for the same duration of one of these missions. I doubt we could do this today with even the most efficient a/c and highest capacity batteries.
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Ding! Ding! Ding! We've got a winner!
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HMM still no attempt at an answer...
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Hey,
Can anyone use our "super duper" GLP telescope to prove this wrong? Please spend a minute finding the landing site and post a snapshot if at all possible. It is rumored we have access to this super awesome telescope that can "see all" without any government intervention, but so far....I have never seen anything remotely significant that I could'nt find from my backyard telescope.

I want to be proven wrong. Please dont tell me about all the other cool stuff seen through the GLP telescope, just simply post a close up pic of the landing site for all to see...
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That GLP scope has no where near the resolution needed to see ANY PART of the landing site in enough detail to discern objects.

whatever
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Re: Theres no Apollo landing site on the GLP Telescope!!!!!!
They send a rover to Mars, why not the Moon?
But then that could be rigged too.
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They send a rover to Mars, why not the Moon?
But then that could be rigged too.
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I wouldn't matter what it was....Moontards would still say it's fake.

....and don't even get it going with Mars-tards. bricks
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Re: Theres no Apollo landing site on the GLP Telescope!!!!!!
Just how good do you think that telescope is?
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28616950


Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28538950


Let me put it this way....you do not understand how the hubble lens' operate...I am sorry...Hubble is designed for deep space observation, it could not focus on something as close as the moon....Thanks Though...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28616950


Actually it can and has. There are pics out there, just use Google. but the other poster was right, it isn't big enough to resolve the objects left on the Moon.
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Just how good do you think that telescope is?
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28616950


Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28538950


Let me put it this way....you do not understand how the hubble lens' operate...I am sorry...Hubble is designed for deep space observation, it could not focus on something as close as the moon....Thanks Though...
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The Hubble Telescope does not have a lens, it uses a MIRROR. Most large telescopes are reflecting telescopes.

[link to hubblesite.org]
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Re: Theres no Apollo landing site on the GLP Telescope!!!!!!
I's like a demonstration of running the original 1969 cica Apollo heat and air conditioning from batteries for the same duration of one of these missions. I doubt we could do this today with even the most efficient a/c and highest capacity batteries.
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Apollo used fuel cells in the SM for most of the mission's power, the LM was on batteries for it's independent portion of the flights. Much of the "heat" came from tapping excess heat from the electronics. Not much in the way of "air conditioning" was required.
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28616950


Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28538950


Let me put it this way....you do not understand how the hubble lens' operate...I am sorry...Hubble is designed for deep space observation, it could not focus on something as close as the moon....Thanks Though...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28616950


OK then let me put it this way. There is nothing on Earth that can view anything that small at that distance either. Clear enough for you?
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Sure.

See, we can view things really far away and stuff, but we just don't have the technology to view those things that are closer.

But it's all there. Trust us.

iamwith
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yes trust us...lol
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Duh... they landed on the moon.
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Ok, someone needs to explain how optics work, and how the lunar landing equipment would be less than a single pixel in size in any telescope not orbiting the moon.
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quick question, can someone give me the specs on the GLP telescope?
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Just how good do you think that telescope is?
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It was posted last year to be an investment of over $250,000 US, so thats how good I think it is... and mods and a guy claiming to be an "astro"
physicist with a doctorates claimed to help design it. Thats how good I think it is!!! :-))
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Let me put it this way. If Hubble were 50 times larger it might barely be able to make out the landers.
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another know it all uneducated idiot talking like he knows..

hubble as is, can see a golf ball on moon surface so stfu

hubble Can see the Apollo landing place very well but who
controls it doesnt want you to see there

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