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Never-before seen photos of the moon landing

 
Blunt Force Trauma

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07/23/2018 03:13 PM

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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
There is NO DUST...look at the feet of the Lunar Module.

That thing lands in my garden and surely gets dirty.

Just saying...
 Quoting: Mercuria


The "Dust" was one of the great anomalies...

The Cosmic Dust deposit controversy.

Dust is continuously deposited every day, every year 24/7 on anything with gravitational pull.

It put a serious clamp on "Evolution".

The "Evolution" scientists believed that "Billions" or hundreds of "Millions" of years of Cosmic Dust should create a blanket of something like 10-15 feet thick...

Yet when they cored down into the surface it was only 4 to 6 inches in depth.

And they encountered an impenetrable layer beneath the dust.

Impenetrable with the coring tools they brought with them anyway...

Those astronauts beat the crap out of those tools trying to get a core, and were only partially successful.

Why?
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Halcyon Dayz, FCD

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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
The flag has absolutely no shadow. Everything else in the picture has a shadow, even the cable running along the ground that is about as thick as the flag pole.
 Quoting: Bubb Rubb

Look at the high-res version: [link to spaceflight.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

I still see no shadow - just the flag flapping merrily in the breeze - no shadow
 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster

Since other people do are you legally blind or merely hysterically blind?

What would be your conspirafantasy explanation for the absence of the shadow be anyway?
They did the photoshoot without a flag prop and pasted the flag into the thousands of images that show it?

RLY!?

I know Earth is only 27% larger than the moon but I always thought it would have looked huge viewed from the Moon.
 Quoting: Sundogd

Are you aware that the apperent size of an object in a photograph depends on the focal length of the lens used?
[link to www.google.nl (secure)]

Are you aware of anything that has to do with actual reality?
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And the award to the first man on the moon goes to... the unknown photographer who obviously got there before the landing and was all set up to take the picture of the first step.

Congratulations to this unknown photographer!!!
 Quoting: FCR

Wow!
World-class moran right here.
book


The Cosmic Dust deposit controversy.
 Quoting: Blunt Force Trauma

Sorry, buddy.
Creation "science" doesn't qualify as grown-up people science.
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07/23/2018 05:42 PM
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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
The flag has absolutely no shadow. Everything else in the picture has a shadow, even the cable running along the ground that is about as thick as the flag pole.
 Quoting: Bubb Rubb

Look at the high-res version: [link to spaceflight.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

I still see no shadow - just the flag flapping merrily in the breeze - no shadow
 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster

Since other people do are you legally blind or merely hysterically blind?

What would be your conspirafantasy explanation for the absence of the shadow be anyway?
They did the photoshoot without a flag prop and pasted the flag into the thousands of images that show it?

RLY!?

I know Earth is only 27% larger than the moon but I always thought it would have looked huge viewed from the Moon.
 Quoting: Sundogd

Are you aware that the apperent size of an object in a photograph depends on the focal length of the lens used?
[link to www.google.nl (secure)]

Are you aware of anything that has to do with actual reality?
book


And the award to the first man on the moon goes to... the unknown photographer who obviously got there before the landing and was all set up to take the picture of the first step.

Congratulations to this unknown photographer!!!
 Quoting: FCR

Wow!
World-class moran right here.
book


The Cosmic Dust deposit controversy.
 Quoting: Blunt Force Trauma

Sorry, buddy.
Creation "science" doesn't qualify as grown-up people science.
book
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

The shadow from the astronaut is falling from left to right. I see no such shadow for the flag or flagpole. Perhaps you could put a circle round it, or a big red arrow pointing to it?
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TripleReiki

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07/23/2018 05:52 PM
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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
49 years late, and blurry, but better than nuffin I s'spose

5a

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 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster


And the award to the first man on the moon goes to... the unknown photographer who obviously got there before the landing and was all set up to take the picture of the first step.

Congratulations to this unknown photographer!!!

5a
 Quoting: FCR


Now, THAT was a good one!
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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
[link to i.dailymail.co.uk (secure)]

WHat's that UFO at 10 o clock.
 Quoting: ISO


How do you know what time the UFO showed up?

 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster


lmao1rof1lolrofl
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LHP598

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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
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Look at the high-res version: [link to spaceflight.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

I still see no shadow - just the flag flapping merrily in the breeze - no shadow
 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster

Since other people do are you legally blind or merely hysterically blind?

What would be your conspirafantasy explanation for the absence of the shadow be anyway?
They did the photoshoot without a flag prop and pasted the flag into the thousands of images that show it?

RLY!?

I know Earth is only 27% larger than the moon but I always thought it would have looked huge viewed from the Moon.
 Quoting: Sundogd

Are you aware that the apperent size of an object in a photograph depends on the focal length of the lens used?
[link to www.google.nl (secure)]

Are you aware of anything that has to do with actual reality?
book


And the award to the first man on the moon goes to... the unknown photographer who obviously got there before the landing and was all set up to take the picture of the first step.

Congratulations to this unknown photographer!!!
 Quoting: FCR

Wow!
World-class moran right here.
book


The Cosmic Dust deposit controversy.
 Quoting: Blunt Force Trauma

Sorry, buddy.
Creation "science" doesn't qualify as grown-up people science.
book
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

The shadow from the astronaut is falling from left to right. I see no such shadow for the flag or flagpole. Perhaps you could put a circle round it, or a big red arrow pointing to it?
 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster

[link to spaceflight.nasa.gov (secure)]
The astronaut's shadow is going to the right. All of his shadow that is in the frame is the legs. All of the shadow of the flag in the frame is a thin line from the flagpole as the shadow of the flag itself is out of the frame to the right. It is barely visible above the shadow of the legs and is easier seen if zoomed in.
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Blunt Force Trauma

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07/24/2018 01:48 AM

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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
...

Look at the high-res version: [link to spaceflight.nasa.gov (secure)]
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

I still see no shadow - just the flag flapping merrily in the breeze - no shadow
 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster

Since other people do are you legally blind or merely hysterically blind?

What would be your conspirafantasy explanation for the absence of the shadow be anyway?
They did the photoshoot without a flag prop and pasted the flag into the thousands of images that show it?

RLY!?

I know Earth is only 27% larger than the moon but I always thought it would have looked huge viewed from the Moon.
 Quoting: Sundogd

Are you aware that the apperent size of an object in a photograph depends on the focal length of the lens used?
[link to www.google.nl (secure)]

Are you aware of anything that has to do with actual reality?
book


And the award to the first man on the moon goes to... the unknown photographer who obviously got there before the landing and was all set up to take the picture of the first step.

Congratulations to this unknown photographer!!!
 Quoting: FCR

Wow!
World-class moran right here.
book


The Cosmic Dust deposit controversy.
 Quoting: Blunt Force Trauma

Sorry, buddy.
Creation "science" doesn't qualify as grown-up people science.

book
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

The shadow from the astronaut is falling from left to right. I see no such shadow for the flag or flagpole. Perhaps you could put a circle round it, or a big red arrow pointing to it?
 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster


Sorry, buddy.
Creation "science" doesn't qualify as grown-up people science.


Your blather doesn't explain the dust Urban Mythbuster?

You Flat-Earth, Moon-Hoax-Tards are annoying at best.
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Halcyon Dayz, FCD

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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
book
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

The shadow from the astronaut is falling from left to right. I see no such shadow for the flag or flagpole.
 Quoting: Urban Mythbuster

How is that not your problem?

If YOU want to build a case based on X not existing than YOU will HAVE TO PROVE X doesn't exist.

"I can't see X" isn't prove of anything.
Particularly when others have no problem seeing X.
book


You Flat-Earth, Moon-Hoax-Tards are annoying at best.
 Quoting: Blunt Force Trauma

As I said: trolls are useless.

Even most creationists know how stupid the lunar dust argument is.
[link to rationalwiki.org (secure)]
Congratulations, you're dumber than an average creationist.
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Yanez

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Re: Never-before seen photos of the moon landing
I always wondered if Armstrong was cold when walking on the moon. Its -127C at night. I mean you watch Russians at -50 in Siberia and they are always cold no matter what they put on. I wonder how much did that suit gave comfort. Was he cold or cozy warm jumping around. There's no wind I know but -127C is still coooold.
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I always wondered if Armstrong was cold when walking on the moon. Its -127C at night. I mean you watch Russians at -50 in Siberia and they are always cold no matter what they put on. I wonder how much did that suit gave comfort. Was he cold or cozy warm jumping around. There's no wind I know but -127C is still coooold.
 Quoting: Yanez


he was primarily in the Sun. A vacuum has no temperature.
the suit was heavily insulated so that IIRC the primary source of heat was from their own bodies and they had to remove excess heat with the ice sublimators of the PLSS.
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