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ROB
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LOVE THIS MOON PHOTO BECAUSE ...
M O O N PHOTO OF A SPECIAL KIND


LOVE THIS PHOTO COZ...

1. The Sun is so kind on the astronaut. His rays are bathing him.

2. The Astronaut's face reflects the photographer from such a long distance, so well...
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SORRY FORGOT THE LINK...


[link to www.lpi.usra.edu]
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SORRY FORGOT THE LINK...


[link to www.lpi.usra.edu]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27371577


Yes, yes I agree. To bad the Hasselblad camera measuring points do not match up. Although a very good job of cropping.
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broken link...
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The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.
ROB (OP)
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Re: LOVE THIS MOON PHOTO BECAUSE ...
AND IN THIS MOST WONDERFUL SHOT TAKEN ON THE MOON

The Sun has come down
He has focussed on himself
So the sky around is pitch black,
And the Sun's brightness also is very concentrated...

Excellent photograph of the Sun.....

PLEASE DONT MISS THIS ONE...
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12/16/2012 10:22 AM
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It's fake!
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It's fake!
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The camera never lies! angryface
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The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.
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DID YOU OBSERVE?

1. THE SHADOW OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER FALLS TO HIS FRONT

2. THE SHADOW OF THE SPACECRAFT TO THE LEFT

3. THE SUN IS FACING BOTH...
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DID YOU OBSERVE?

1. THE SHADOW OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER FALLS TO HIS FRONT

2. THE SHADOW OF THE SPACECRAFT TO THE LEFT

3. THE SUN IS FACING BOTH...

 Quoting: ROB 27371577


Shhhh!! skillet angryface
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The chariots of God are tens of thousands, and thousands of thousands.
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Shhhh!! :skillet: angryface


INDEED! THANKS...
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this photo is bsflag ok this is what i see

get the frame set where man on the right and the tripode is on the left, now look at their shadows mans is directly in front of him. tripode is 45 degres the other way. you see beauty i see bsflag
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2. The Astronaut's face reflects the photographer from such a long distance, so well...
 Quoting: ROB 27371577

Can you find this photo on NASA's own web site? If so, it's an amazing "smoking gun." The astronaut's visor clearly reflects the photographer, who is not an astronaut at all but wearing ordinary street clothes and sneakers, with one foot on a rock. Next to the photographer is what looks like a snowman but what is probably an empty spacesuit.
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Can you find this photo on NASA's own web site?
 Quoting: Skeptic the First

Here are the two original NASA photos:

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]

Each one has the photographer in street clothes (reflected in the astronaut's visor), but the second has the "snowman" (probably an empty spacesuit).

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Thats his shadow being reflected...
I'm da party poopa
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It's fake!
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The camera never lies! angryface
 Quoting: Shoot straight Johnny


Unless the pictures are photoshopped!But then the truth may be found upon examination of the fake photo.
A faked photo can deceive many.
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Can you find this photo on NASA's own web site?
 Quoting: Skeptic the First

Here are the two original NASA photos:

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]

Each one has the photographer in street clothes (reflected in the astronaut's visor), but the second has the "snowman" (probably an empty spacesuit).
 Quoting: Skeptic the First


The "photographer in street clothes" reflected in the visor...is a reflection of the astronaut pictured's own shadow. The dome visors reflect light along their curve. you can see the outstretched right arm of the astronaut as well.

First picture is not so questionable because if you really look at it you will see it is the shadow of the astronaut pictured. Now the second photo of the lander and the sun...looks a little shooped but id love to see some sauce.
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Re: LOVE THIS MOON PHOTO BECAUSE ...
I HAVE TILL NOW POSTED LINKS TO TWO PHOTOS...

THERE WERE COMMENTS....

NOW, OBSERVE THIS PHOTOGRAPH..

You can see two astronauts here.

A third one is taking pictures--evidently!

NOW SEE THE face mask of the astronaut, there are the same reflections like in those other two photos.



[link to www.lpi.usra.edu]

how?
ROB (OP)
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Re: LOVE THIS MOON PHOTO BECAUSE ...
ANYBODY WHO LIVES IN HOT COUNTRIES WOULD LOVE THIS SUN....


He's cool, he doesn't brighten up the sky around him, and his rays are limited to a circle...


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As John Lear has pointed out the sun would never look like that unless there was an atmosphere on the moon. The only way that it would make those colors are through a prism effect (i.e. shining through an atmosphere), but since NASA has told us there is no atmosphere on the moon then the sun would be in a vacuum of space and show as only a bright dot.
ROB (OP)
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IT ISN'T JUST THE ATMOSPHERE, BUT THE DARKNESS THAT SURROUNDS THE SUN.

how can it be possible? you dont see your sky dark during midday...
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Re: LOVE THIS MOON PHOTO BECAUSE ...
DID YOU OBSERVE?

1. THE SHADOW OF THE PHOTOGRAPHER FALLS TO HIS FRONT

2. THE SHADOW OF THE SPACECRAFT TO THE LEFT

3. THE SUN IS FACING BOTH...

 Quoting: ROB 27371577


It is a panorama photo made up of multiple pictures stitched together.
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this photo is bsflag ok this is what i see

get the frame set where man on the right and the tripode is on the left, now look at their shadows mans is directly in front of him. tripode is 45 degres the other way. you see beauty i see bsflag
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28099253


Same answer. It is stitched together from multiple photos. The site even TELLS YOU it is a panorama
If you have to insist that you've won an Internet argument, you've probably lost badly. - Danth's Law
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I HAVE TILL NOW POSTED LINKS TO TWO PHOTOS...

THERE WERE COMMENTS....

NOW, OBSERVE THIS PHOTOGRAPH..

You can see two astronauts here.

A third one is taking pictures--evidently!

NOW SEE THE face mask of the astronaut, there are the same reflections like in those other two photos.



[link to www.lpi.usra.edu]

how?
 Quoting: ROB 27371577


Again, it is a panorama which is made by stitching together multiple photos. You really thought a single picture was that wide?
If you have to insist that you've won an Internet argument, you've probably lost badly. - Danth's Law
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As John Lear has pointed out the sun would never look like that unless there was an atmosphere on the moon. The only way that it would make those colors are through a prism effect (i.e. shining through an atmosphere), but since NASA has told us there is no atmosphere on the moon then the sun would be in a vacuum of space and show as only a bright dot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30058974


Except for the dust on the lens, the reflections inside the camera, and the blooming/overexposure on the film.
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IT ISN'T JUST THE ATMOSPHERE, BUT THE DARKNESS THAT SURROUNDS THE SUN.

how can it be possible? you dont see your sky dark during midday...
 Quoting: ROB 27371577


You do realize the Moon is in a vacuum right?
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where is the crater under the lander.

the rocket exhaust should have left a crater under it NO?

also no moon dust covering the nice clean aluminum covered landing pods.hum????????????
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where is the crater under the lander.
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there shouldn't be one. The rocket was throtlled down for landing and the overal pressure of the exhaust was close to 1 PSI. Also, they usually cut off the engine a few feet above the ground. There is however some scouring of the surface dust and that is visible in photographs.

the rocket exhaust should have left a crater under it NO?
 Quoting: geerod

no.

also no moon dust covering the nice clean aluminum covered landing pods.hum????????????
 Quoting: geerod


Why should there be? First, it isn't true that there is no dust. There is some and that can be seen in some photos. There isn't much though because the rocket and dust were in a vacuum. And dust kicked up wasn't suspended in the air like it would be on Earth. It doesn't hang around like we see when dust clouds up here on Earth. It falls quickly. The rocket exhaust carried it quickly away from the landing site so very little landed on the pads. Also, again, the rocket was usually turned off a few feet before touch down meaning even less chance for any dust to hit the pads.
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Can you find this photo on NASA's own web site?
 Quoting: Skeptic the First

Here are the two original NASA photos:

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]

[link to www.hq.nasa.gov]

Each one has the photographer in street clothes (reflected in the astronaut's visor), but the second has the "snowman" (probably an empty spacesuit).
 Quoting: Skeptic the First


I've built a lot of things, and been around the entertainment industry quite a bit, that isn't even a halfway decent set. The ground in a dead give away. It looks perfectly sprinkled about (remember nothing "blew away" when it landed) and the rocks look perfectly placed in the "sand". If any GLPers know somebody who works on movie sets, show them a picture cropped to just show the ground, see what they say
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SORRY FORGOT THE LINK...


[link to www.lpi.usra.edu]
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Yes, yes I agree. To bad the Hasselblad camera measuring points do not match up. Although a very good job of cropping.
 Quoting: Lab Lover


You do realize that's a stitched panorama, not the raw original photos, right?
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