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Confirming lunar landing - with earth bound telescope?

 
Korats01

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01/25/2013 02:56 PM

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Confirming lunar landing - with earth bound telescope?
Hi,

Why noone in the world can with high res/ powerfull telescope confirm with actual sight the landing site by showing stuff left there in the 60s?

I'm sure powerfull telescope can zoom enough to see that! Why noone ever did.
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01/25/2013 03:36 PM

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Re: Confirming lunar landing - with earth bound telescope?
Hi,
 Quoting: Korats01

Hi.

Why noone in the world can with high res/ powerfull telescope confirm with actual sight the landing site by showing stuff left there in the 60s?
 Quoting: Korats01

No telescope big enough.

I'm sure powerfull telescope can zoom enough to see that!
 Quoting: Korats01

Why are you sure?
How big a telescope do you need to image a 5 metre object at nearly 400,000 kilometres distance?

Why noone ever did.
 Quoting: Korats01

No telescope big enough.

The largest visible light telescope seriously proposed was the 100 metre aperture €1.5 billion Overwhelmingly Large Telescope. (Currently the largest visible light telescopes have mirrors about 10 metres wide.)
Still wouldn't be big enough.
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Re: Confirming lunar landing - with earth bound telescope?
Hi,
 Quoting: Korats01

Hi.

Why noone in the world can with high res/ powerfull telescope confirm with actual sight the landing site by showing stuff left there in the 60s?
 Quoting: Korats01

No telescope big enough.

I'm sure powerfull telescope can zoom enough to see that!
 Quoting: Korats01

Why are you sure?
How big a telescope do you need to image a 5 metre object at nearly 400,000 kilometres distance?

Why noone ever did.
 Quoting: Korats01

No telescope big enough.

The largest visible light telescope seriously proposed was the 100 metre aperture €1.5 billion Overwhelmingly Large Telescope. (Currently the largest visible light telescopes have mirrors about 10 metres wide.)
Still wouldn't be big enough.
book
Search term: Dawes' limit.
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


That is the best post I ever read in GLP. Serious, to the point and polite. 5* to you. Thank you!

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