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Apollo 11: $130,000,000,000.00 BILLION DOLLAR$ WORTH OF TIN FOIL, CURTAIN RODS & SCOTCH TAPE

 
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Did that thing really dock with the command module in lunar orbit going 3000+ mph?
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Lol. I remember going to an aircraft museum outside of Seattle that had an Apollo module or spacecraft on display. It looked like it was made out of tin foil and duct tape. I couldn't believe my eyes. It truly was impossible to believe it was as a space craft, and it was especially hard to believe that anyone could be gullible enough to think it was a functional craft of any kind.
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Saw in person as a child. I was in complete disbelief even then.
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Their color choices of tin foil are interesting.

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Did that thing really dock with the command module in lunar orbit going 3000+ mph?
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sure...but the relative speed between the two vehicles was down to inches per second at docking...(hell, then they did the T&D after TLI, they were doing 23,000mph...but again, the relative speeds between CSM and LM/S4B was quite small...)
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It looked like it was made out of tin foil and duct tape.
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What things might "look like" and what they actually are is not necessarily the same.

It truly was impossible to believe it was as a space craft, and it was especially hard to believe that anyone could be gullible enough to think it was a functional craft of any kind.
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That's because you are unfamiliar with actual functional spacecraft.
The slick stuff that Hollywood shows you doesn't have to work, only look cool.

Now go ask an aerospace engineer about what they think if the LM design.
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$130,000,000,000.00 BILLION DOLLAR$ WORTH OF TIN FOIL, CURTAIN RODS & SCOTCH TAPE
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Yes.
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Did that thing really dock with the command module in lunar orbit going 3000+ mph?
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IKR. Looks like a crappy get up with reynolds wrap. chuckle

And you forgot duct tape. That fixes everything. lol
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I believed once I saw the pic of a Pepsi bottle dropped a few meters from the landing capsule
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That computer in their must of weighed several thousand pounds.
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That computer in their must of [sic] weighed several thousand pounds.
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Why imagine stuff when you can actually research it?
The AGC is so well documented that people have made working replicas.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

The only thing your "must of" tells us that you are ignorant of the history of computing.
Since hoaxies are ignorant about almost everything relevant to spaceflight that comes as no surprise.
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Uh yeah we went to the moon on transistors, sure sure, I didnt believe it when I watched it in 69. The Ruskies also had a moon landing called Project Luna but you could see the strings holding up the cosmonauts, so they buried the story.
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That computer in their must of [sic] weighed several thousand pounds.
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Why imagine stuff when you can actually research it?
The AGC is so well documented that people have made working replicas.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

The only thing your "must of" tells us that you are ignorant of the history of computing.
Since hoaxies are ignorant about almost everything relevant to spaceflight that comes as no surprise.
book

*yawn*
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


Your not going to attack my misuse of their?

May as well get your in this post while your at it.

Nobody landed a wad of tin foil with or without men to the moon. No Chinese on the dark side of the moon either.

I fully agree with their decision at the time to say that they did. I understand why they did it. They "should of" done what the Chinese did... Hide on the dark side.
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That computer in their must of [sic] weighed several thousand pounds.
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Why imagine stuff when you can actually research it?
The AGC is so well documented that people have made working replicas.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

The only thing your "must of" tells us that you are ignorant of the history of computing.
Since hoaxies are ignorant about almost everything relevant to spaceflight that comes as no surprise.
book

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I can believe that! All it takes is a trip to the hardware store, a shit ton of aluminum foil and some tin and duct tape and 90lb fishing line to hang it from the ceiling.
No problem. The actual working model.
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That computer in their must of [sic] weighed several thousand pounds.
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Why imagine stuff when you can actually research it?
The AGC is so well documented that people have made working replicas.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

The only thing your "must of" tells us that you are ignorant of the history of computing.
Since hoaxies are ignorant about almost everything relevant to spaceflight that comes as no surprise.
book

*yawn*
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD


I can believe that! All it takes is a trip to the hardware store, a shit ton of aluminum foil and some tin and duct tape and 90lb fishing line to hang it from the ceiling.
No problem. The actual working model.
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That's probably what it is.
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Did that thing really dock with the command module in lunar orbit going 3000+ mph?
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Laugh out loud.
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Why does the ascent stage of Apollo 11's lunar module look like it's made of paper?

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Why does the ascent stage of Apollo 11's lunar module look like it's made of paper?

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cause it is.
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Nobody landed a wad of tin foil with or without men to the moon. No Chinese on the dark side of the moon either.
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Prove it already.

Without any evidence, and you have absolutly none, all you have is an opinion.
And you know what they say about opinions...
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That computer in their must of [sic] weighed several thousand pounds.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77367608

Why imagine stuff when you can actually research it?
The AGC is so well documented that people have made working replicas.
[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

The only thing your "must of" tells us that you are ignorant of the history of computing.
Since hoaxies are ignorant about almost everything relevant to spaceflight that comes as no surprise.
book

*yawn*
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

I can believe that! All it takes is a trip to the hardware store, a shit ton of aluminum foil and some tin and duct tape and 90lb fishing line to hang it from the ceiling.
No problem. The actual working model.
 Quoting: Black Fly

Appeal to ridicule is fallacious.

I know, thinking is hard. Reading is hard. Acquiring knowledge is hard.
That's why hoaxism, the lazy man's conspirafantasy, fits you so well.
And that's why hoaxies are the butt of watercooler jokes.
If it weren't for the flatties you'd be at the bottom of the totempole.
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Why does the ascent stage of Apollo 11's lunar module look like it's made of paper?

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Ha, a question.
The pressure hull is covered with plates and foils to regulate temperature and to act as Whipple micrometeorite shielding.
It's all on standoffs, away from the hull, to minimise conduction paths for the heat, and to maximise the Whipple effect.
Which is actually explained in the comments on that page.
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That's so much BS:

1. All the telemetric data "lost" - how convenient

2. Plans for the module "lost" - how convenient

3. Plans for moon buggy "lost" - how convenient

4. Original footage "lost" - how convenient

5. Success at first try - if any aeroplane had ever been so lucky

6. Nasa says they would need "at least 20 years" to go to the moon "again" with today's technology, after allegedly having done that 10 times in the past. At the same time they want us to believe they did it in 5 years in 1965 at first try without any previous experience.

7. The lunar module looks ludacris, "it didn't need to be sturdy", yeah sure, it "only" had to go to the fucking moon and back where any slightest damage would kill everyone on board. Let alone it had to be loaded on craft here on Earth without damage having being made with aluminum pipes, carton and tin foil.

And much more...

This shit is so preposterous it's hillarious people still believe it in 2019.
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That's so much BS:

1. All the telemetric data "lost" - how convenient
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

2. Plans for the module "lost" - how convenient
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

3. Plans for moon buggy "lost" - how convenient
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

4. Original footage "lost" - how convenient
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

5. Success at first try - if any aeroplane had ever been so lucky
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

6. Nasa says they would need "at least 20 years" to go to the moon "again" with today's technology,
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

...and today's funding.

after allegedly having done that 10 times in the past.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

Manned spacecraft went to the Moon EIGHT times.
SIX succeeded in landing.

At the same time they want us to believe they did it in 5 years in 1965 at first try without any previous experience.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

The Moon Programme started in 1959.
Many missions were performed to test and prepare for APollo.

But you wouldn't know that, you're a hoaxie.
Hoaxies are almost by definition ignorant of the history of spacetravel.

7. The lunar module looks ludacris,
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

So frigging what?

"it didn't need to be sturdy", yeah sure,
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

It needed to be sturdy enough.

it "only" had to go to the fucking moon and back where any slightest damage would kill everyone on board.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

According to which engineer?

Let alone it had to be loaded on craft here on Earth without damage having being made with aluminum pipes, carton and tin foil.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

So you never whatched the process?
Than what is your opinion worth?

And much more...
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

Piled up a lot of B.S. and all you got was a steaming heap of manure.

This shit is so preposterous it's hillarious people still believe it in 2019.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

Like always opinions based on disinfo and ignorance are useless and irrelevant.

Hoaxies are almost by definition ignorant of ALMOST ANTHING related to spacetravel.
All they know how to do is to parrot the disinfo mongered by the hoax-peddlers.
Like good wittle conspirasheeple.
It's pathetic.
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Why does the ascent stage of Apollo 11's lunar module look like it's made of paper?

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"looks like" doesn't mean "is". They aren't paper.
What do you suppose those cover panels are for...? Are they "structural" or "protective"? Or maybe just cover panels...?
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That's so much BS:

1. All the telemetric data "lost" - how convenient

2. Plans for the module "lost" - how convenient

3. Plans for moon buggy "lost" - how convenient

4. Original footage "lost" - how convenient

5. Success at first try - if any aeroplane had ever been so lucky

6. Nasa says they would need "at least 20 years" to go to the moon "again" with today's technology, after allegedly having done that 10 times in the past. At the same time they want us to believe they did it in 5 years in 1965 at first try without any previous experience.

7. The lunar module looks ludacris, "it didn't need to be sturdy", yeah sure, it "only" had to go to the fucking moon and back where any slightest damage would kill everyone on board. Let alone it had to be loaded on craft here on Earth without damage having being made with aluminum pipes, carton and tin foil.

And much more...

This shit is so preposterous it's hillarious people still believe it in 2019.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77368121


got the plans/blueprints for a 67 Chevy Impala?? NO??!! HOAX!!!!!
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HOLY CHRIST

Thamk you "Netherlands Perso"

For defending Us space travel.

Fucking dumbfucks themselves will never go to the moon they are too stupid in this generation!

OP YOU ARE STUPID AS FUCK WE WENT TO THE MOON FUCK YOU ASSHOLE EVEN ET KNOWS THIS

Okay maybe he gave us a push past the keiper belt, but we did and we got our guys home, fuck you, let's see you do it, asshole.

I would love us to do it again, but marxists and unions have destroyed space travel and wages and all good things.
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That's so much BS:

1. All the telemetric data "lost" - how convenient
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.


2. Plans for the module "lost" - how convenient
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

3. Plans for moon buggy "lost" - how convenient
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

4. Original footage "lost" - how convenient
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

5. Success at first try - if any aeroplane had ever been so lucky
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

This is incorrect.

6. Nasa says they would need "at least 20 years" to go to the moon "again" with today's technology,
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

...and today's funding.

after allegedly having done that 10 times in the past.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

Manned spacecraft went to the Moon EIGHT times.
SIX succeeded in landing.

At the same time they want us to believe they did it in 5 years in 1965 at first try without any previous experience.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

The Moon Programme started in 1959.
Many missions were performed to test and prepare for APollo.

But you wouldn't know that, you're a hoaxie.
Hoaxies are almost by definition ignorant of the history of spacetravel.

7. The lunar module looks ludacris,
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

So frigging what?

"it didn't need to be sturdy", yeah sure,
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

It needed to be sturdy enough.

it "only" had to go to the fucking moon and back where any slightest damage would kill everyone on board.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

According to which engineer?

Let alone it had to be loaded on craft here on Earth without damage having being made with aluminum pipes, carton and tin foil.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

So you never whatched the process?
Than what is your opinion worth?

And much more...
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

Piled up a lot of B.S. and all you got was a steaming heap of manure.

This shit is so preposterous it's hillarious people still believe it in 2019.
 Quoting: Polish Coward 77368121

Like always opinions based on disinfo and ignorance are useless and irrelevant.

Hoaxies are almost by definition ignorant of ALMOST ANTHING related to spacetravel.
All they know how to do is to parrot the disinfo mongered by the hoax-peddlers.
Like good wittle conspirasheeple.
It's pathetic.
book
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

Oh really?

Just your first reply is a LIE (sorry, reuters links are not allowed, use google)

Not gonna bother with the rest then as you don't bother either





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