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These strange Images show some editing.

The two Images were taken a few moment apart.

The Astronaut changed positions between photos.

The red lines use nodes of a "shadow" to point to an unusual "Rock"

The other red arrow points to a radical change in the position of a crater in the back-ground.

What happened to the unusual "Rock"?

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Here is a view of the missing "Rock".

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What happened to the rock? It is behind the big one. Perspective, seems you don't understand it at all.
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I can say the same for you.

Prove-It...!

You cant explain the radical change of the craters position in the back-ground.
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You really have no spatial reasoning skills, do you? When the astronaut taking the picture shifted to the left, his view shifted. You can see the rocks to the left of the big rock have also shifted. It really isn't hard to understand. Just look around a bit when you go outside and you'll see similar things. There really is no problem here except you seem to have trouble visualizing things in three dimensions.
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What happened to the rock? It is behind the big one. Perspective, seems you don't understand it at all.
 Quoting: LHP598


I can say the same for you.

Prove-It...!

You cant explain the radical change of the craters position in the back-ground.
?

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Doesn't Add-Up...
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further proof you don't know what you're talking about. There is no problem here. The astronaut taking the picture moved hence he has a different view.
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have any that aren't pareidolia? I'm guessing not.
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Looks sorta like that curved thing hit it?
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Are there really people who still believe we went to the moon? Seriously??

No one has been there and no one will ever land there. It is a projection/hologram.
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Ridiculous, the only thing that looks like what it is, is the coin.
That was either placed there by the astronauts who went there or was not filmed on the moon.

You must be one of those paid fools who makes shitty versions of what there is already much better versions of, in order to fool folks that the whole subject is bullsh+t.
If you are not, then i am sorry you wasted your time .
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The story behind the coin...

The astronauts were transiting from one "Designated Stop" to the next scheduled "Designated Stop".

One of the astronauts saw something glinting (unusual) in the sun, and they made an "unscheduled stop", they were already behind schedule, had limited oxygen, water, and other consumables.

Unscheduled stops were a bit unusual.

Astronaut gets out, takes two photographs, one Black & White, and One Color. The amount of time, oxygen, water, (other consumables) required to get the tools, and collection bag was deemed excessive for this unscheduled stop.

Mission Control ordered them back in the vehicle, and continue to the next scheduled stop.

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The NASA HiRes Image is very large. The "Coin" is a very small fraction of the full image.

It is Zoomed in on the "Coin" and Rotated in the above image.
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stfu
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one star planets don't get a real moon?
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These strange Images show some editing.

The two Images were taken a few moment apart.

The Astronaut changed positions between photos.

The red lines use nodes of a "shadow" to point to an unusual "Rock"

The other red arrow points to a radical change in the position of a crater in the back-ground.

What happened to the unusual "Rock"?

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Here is a view of the missing "Rock".

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What happened to the rock? It is behind the big one. Perspective, seems you don't understand it at all.
 Quoting: LHP598


I can say the same for you.

Prove-It...!

You cant explain the radical change of the craters position in the back-ground.
?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10892050


You really have no spatial reasoning skills, do you? When the astronaut taking the picture shifted to the left, his view shifted. You can see the rocks to the left of the big rock have also shifted. It really isn't hard to understand. Just look around a bit when you go outside and you'll see similar things. There really is no problem here except you seem to have trouble visualizing things in three dimensions.
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It's not enough to hide the rock.

You can very easily draw a line between two corresponding points on each view to prove this.
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50+ years of paying nazis and freemasons for jack shit
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What happened to the rock? It is behind the big one. Perspective, seems you don't understand it at all.
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I can say the same for you.

Prove-It...!

You cant explain the radical change of the craters position in the back-ground.
?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10892050


You really have no spatial reasoning skills, do you? When the astronaut taking the picture shifted to the left, his view shifted. You can see the rocks to the left of the big rock have also shifted. It really isn't hard to understand. Just look around a bit when you go outside and you'll see similar things. There really is no problem here except you seem to have trouble visualizing things in three dimensions.
 Quoting: LHP598


It's not enough to hide the rock.

You can very easily draw a line between two corresponding points on each view to prove this.
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It is more than enough. The only issue is with you.
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I can say the same for you.

Prove-It...!

You cant explain the radical change of the craters position in the back-ground.
?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10892050


You really have no spatial reasoning skills, do you? When the astronaut taking the picture shifted to the left, his view shifted. You can see the rocks to the left of the big rock have also shifted. It really isn't hard to understand. Just look around a bit when you go outside and you'll see similar things. There really is no problem here except you seem to have trouble visualizing things in three dimensions.
 Quoting: LHP598


It's not enough to hide the rock.

You can very easily draw a line between two corresponding points on each view to prove this.
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It is more than enough. The only issue is with you.
 Quoting: LHP598


While I disagree, I don't feel the need to cloud the discussion with pointless personal attacks.

Something a little more substantive than that would put the issue to rest, and not make one question motivations.



nome sane?
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Blah-Blah-Blah...!

My opinion be better than Your opinion...!

Decide for yourself... The TRUTH is "Self-Evident"!
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The Astronauts may have been "Probed" during their exploration by an unknown device.

The Rock "Long-Head" has a number of photographs, but the "Probe" thing does not appear in all.

The foot-prints around the Rock may appear to show they backed-away when this object showed-up.

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You really have no spatial reasoning skills, do you? When the astronaut taking the picture shifted to the left, his view shifted. You can see the rocks to the left of the big rock have also shifted. It really isn't hard to understand. Just look around a bit when you go outside and you'll see similar things. There really is no problem here except you seem to have trouble visualizing things in three dimensions.
 Quoting: LHP598


It's not enough to hide the rock.

You can very easily draw a line between two corresponding points on each view to prove this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77134005


It is more than enough. The only issue is with you.
 Quoting: LHP598


While I disagree, I don't feel the need to cloud the discussion with pointless personal attacks.

Something a little more substantive than that would put the issue to rest, and not make one question motivations.



nome sane?
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Stating the fact that a move to the side and slight rotation is more than enough to hide the rock is not a personal attack. the rocks on the left side moved to the side enough for the rock on the right to be hidden. the faint red line at the top was to the right of the rock in question before and now, though it points to the same crater in the distance, it is now right next to the large rock. You can also see that the large rock is slightly rotated. All of that together makes it a fact that it is more than enough for the rock in question to be hidden by the larger rock. It also appears to be a fact that YOU have trouble visualizing in three dimensions.
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It's not enough to hide the rock.

You can very easily draw a line between two corresponding points on each view to prove this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77134005


It is more than enough. The only issue is with you.
 Quoting: LHP598


While I disagree, I don't feel the need to cloud the discussion with pointless personal attacks.

Something a little more substantive than that would put the issue to rest, and not make one question motivations.



nome sane?
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Stating the fact that a move to the side and slight rotation is more than enough to hide the rock is not a personal attack. the rocks on the left side moved to the side enough for the rock on the right to be hidden. the faint red line at the top was to the right of the rock in question before and now, though it points to the same crater in the distance, it is now right next to the large rock. You can also see that the large rock is slightly rotated. All of that together makes it a fact that it is more than enough for the rock in question to be hidden by the larger rock. It also appears to be a fact that YOU have trouble visualizing in three dimensions.
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Actually what I had in mind was that you would post a graphic with perspective lines drawn in to prove your point.

I suspect you have already done this, and to your dismay realized the perspective does not change enough to hide the rock.
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BTW, the personal attack is "The only issue is with you".

Pointless.
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BTW, the personal attack is "The only issue is with you".

Pointless.
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Not a personal attack. It is a truth that if you can't see it then it is your problem.
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It is more than enough. The only issue is with you.
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While I disagree, I don't feel the need to cloud the discussion with pointless personal attacks.

Something a little more substantive than that would put the issue to rest, and not make one question motivations.



nome sane?
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Stating the fact that a move to the side and slight rotation is more than enough to hide the rock is not a personal attack. the rocks on the left side moved to the side enough for the rock on the right to be hidden. the faint red line at the top was to the right of the rock in question before and now, though it points to the same crater in the distance, it is now right next to the large rock. You can also see that the large rock is slightly rotated. All of that together makes it a fact that it is more than enough for the rock in question to be hidden by the larger rock. It also appears to be a fact that YOU have trouble visualizing in three dimensions.
 Quoting: LHP598


Actually what I had in mind was that you would post a graphic with perspective lines drawn in to prove your point.

I suspect you have already done this, and to your dismay realized the perspective does not change enough to hide the rock.
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Have not done it because the already provided pics with the red lines shows enough. It is enough to hide the rock whether you believe it or not. Still not a problem. But since YOU think such a diagram would help why don't YOU do it.
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While I disagree, I don't feel the need to cloud the discussion with pointless personal attacks.

Something a little more substantive than that would put the issue to rest, and not make one question motivations.



nome sane?
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Stating the fact that a move to the side and slight rotation is more than enough to hide the rock is not a personal attack. the rocks on the left side moved to the side enough for the rock on the right to be hidden. the faint red line at the top was to the right of the rock in question before and now, though it points to the same crater in the distance, it is now right next to the large rock. You can also see that the large rock is slightly rotated. All of that together makes it a fact that it is more than enough for the rock in question to be hidden by the larger rock. It also appears to be a fact that YOU have trouble visualizing in three dimensions.
 Quoting: LHP598


Actually what I had in mind was that you would post a graphic with perspective lines drawn in to prove your point.

I suspect you have already done this, and to your dismay realized the perspective does not change enough to hide the rock.
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Have not done it because the already provided pics with the red lines shows enough. It is enough to hide the rock whether you believe it or not. Still not a problem. But since YOU think such a diagram would help why don't YOU do it.
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Because it means more to you.

This is your obsession, I am merely making observations.

I have nothing to prove, I have never been to the moon, nor seen any objective real proof that we went. In fact, every single piece of circumstantial evidence suggests we did not, and the objective proofs offered all bear the telltale signs of fraud.

No recent up close hi-res pics of the landing sites? Now they are off limits? Can't get hi-res from the lunar orbiter?

Hell, I have pics from the 60's of the Copernicus crater that are 10 times the resolution of the LRO.

What a damn joke.
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Stating the fact that a move to the side and slight rotation is more than enough to hide the rock is not a personal attack. the rocks on the left side moved to the side enough for the rock on the right to be hidden. the faint red line at the top was to the right of the rock in question before and now, though it points to the same crater in the distance, it is now right next to the large rock. You can also see that the large rock is slightly rotated. All of that together makes it a fact that it is more than enough for the rock in question to be hidden by the larger rock. It also appears to be a fact that YOU have trouble visualizing in three dimensions.
 Quoting: LHP598


Actually what I had in mind was that you would post a graphic with perspective lines drawn in to prove your point.

I suspect you have already done this, and to your dismay realized the perspective does not change enough to hide the rock.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77134005

Have not done it because the already provided pics with the red lines shows enough. It is enough to hide the rock whether you believe it or not. Still not a problem. But since YOU think such a diagram would help why don't YOU do it.
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Because it means more to you.
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that is your opinion. I'm just sitting here humored at your inability to visualize in 3D.

This is your obsession, I am merely making observations.

I have nothing to prove, I have never been to the moon, nor seen any objective real proof that we went. In fact, every single piece of circumstantial evidence suggests we did not, and the objective proofs offered all bear the telltale signs of fraud.

No recent up close hi-res pics of the landing sites? Now they are off limits? Can't get hi-res from the lunar orbiter?

Hell, I have pics from the 60's of the Copernicus crater that are 10 times the resolution of the LRO.

What a damn joke.
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My obsession yet you go off on a tangent rant. Sure. rolleyes

thanks for the humor!
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Actually what I had in mind was that you would post a graphic with perspective lines drawn in to prove your point.

I suspect you have already done this, and to your dismay realized the perspective does not change enough to hide the rock.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77134005

Have not done it because the already provided pics with the red lines shows enough. It is enough to hide the rock whether you believe it or not. Still not a problem. But since YOU think such a diagram would help why don't YOU do it.
 Quoting: LHP598


Because it means more to you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77134005

that is your opinion. I'm just sitting here humored at your inability to visualize in 3D.

This is your obsession, I am merely making observations.

I have nothing to prove, I have never been to the moon, nor seen any objective real proof that we went. In fact, every single piece of circumstantial evidence suggests we did not, and the objective proofs offered all bear the telltale signs of fraud.

No recent up close hi-res pics of the landing sites? Now they are off limits? Can't get hi-res from the lunar orbiter?

Hell, I have pics from the 60's of the Copernicus crater that are 10 times the resolution of the LRO.

What a damn joke.
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My obsession yet you go off on a tangent rant. Sure. rolleyes

thanks for the humor!
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Replying=tangent rant?

Good job not addressing my points and trying to make it personal.

You fail lol
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This is your obsession, I am merely making observations.

I have nothing to prove, I have never been to the moon, nor seen any objective real proof that we went. In fact, every single piece of circumstantial evidence suggests we did not, and the objective proofs offered all bear the telltale signs of fraud.

No recent up close hi-res pics of the landing sites? Now they are off limits? Can't get hi-res from the lunar orbiter?

Hell, I have pics from the 60's of the Copernicus crater that are 10 times the resolution of the LRO.

What a damn joke.
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My obsession yet you go off on a tangent rant. Sure. rolleyes

thanks for the humor!
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Replying=tangent rant?

Good job not addressing my points and trying to make it personal.

You fail lol
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The topic being whether a rock should be visible and you go off on an unrelated tangent. Not my fail. Why should I address unrelated points to the subject at hand?

Thanks for the humor.

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My obsession yet you go off on a tangent rant. Sure. rolleyes

thanks for the humor!
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Replying=tangent rant?

Good job not addressing my points and trying to make it personal.

You fail lol
 Quoting: LHP598

The topic being whether a rock should be visible and you go off on an unrelated tangent. Not my fail. Why should I address unrelated points to the subject at hand?

Thanks for the humor.
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Let me refresh your memory, after all it was so long ago.

No recent up close hi-res pics of the landing sites? Now they are off limits? Can't get hi-res from the lunar orbiter?

Hell, I have pics from the 60's of the Copernicus crater that are 10 times the resolution of the LRO
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06/13/2019 08:27 PM
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Re: Moon Landing - 50 Year Anniversary - Images Of ...? - What Did Those Astronauts See...?
BTW 005, the topic at hand is:

Re: Moon Landing - 50 Year Anniversary - Images Of ...? - What Did Those Astronauts See...?


The rock, and the entire moon hoax discussion evolved from that. Rather disingenuous of you to change the subject and then accuse others of changing the subject when all the points are related.


Everyone knows the real question is;


DID WE GO TO THE MOON, AND IF SO WHY ARE THE PROOFS SO FAKE?





GLP