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BUZZ ALDRIN - WE DIDN'T GO TO MOON

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  1. Outlaw99

    Outlaw99 Join us. Moderator Premium Member

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    Handheld or tripod based telescopes may not be able to see the moon landing debris....but I find it strikingly odd that this couldn't. These have no problem seeing the space station, or shuttle, or asteroids that pass between the earth and moon


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  2. earico

    earico It's 4:20 somewhere... Established Member

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    Gravity doesn't even exist.

     
  3. Gringo185

    Gringo185 2nd Civ Div Established Member

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    The ISS is 254 miles away.
    The moon is 238,900 miles away.
    That’s 940x farther.
     
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  4. GTSpartan

    GTSpartan Yield right!!!! Established Member

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    Those are much larger objects and are much closer. For objects on the moon (~240K miles or 1,267,200,000 ft away), that mostly measure in the single digits of feet in terms of size, requires a lot more magnification.

    Some rough gorilla math equates this to being able to see something roughly an inch in diameter from almost 2,000 miles away here on earth.
     
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  5. Makobra

    Makobra Mostly Peaceful Established Member

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    guys... we didn't have the technology to fake a moon landing.

    i'm not joking, it was easier to put a man on the moon than make videos at half the quality the average youtuber achieved ten years ago.
     
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    AustinJ427 Well-Known Member Established Member Beer Money Bros.

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    It's hard not to lol at it being faked because a camera can't see the rover/lander/etc..

    That tiny ass crater near the apollo 11 site, that is barely visible taken from the LRO, is 2.9 miles in diameter. We are looking for something smaller than a crew cab truck.
     
  8. EatonEggbeater

    EatonEggbeater You tried to rob WHAT? Established Member

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    I'd think the earth's atmosphere would be a big factor in how much detail a ground based camera would be able to resolve accurately.

    -edit- met the man several times on one day, a super high-energy dude who oozed confidence. I worked at the place he was giving a talk. At the time, a friend of his, Mark, I think (a comedian) was giving a talk in one studio. Buzz asked me (on the second time I saw him) to tell Mark that while he was in town, he'd be staying with 'Spike.' I found Mark and said this, Mark had already guessed as much.

    A day later I wondered how Mark could hang with these guys without being named after a haircut.
     
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  9. Silverstrike

    Silverstrike It's to big to move FAST! Established Member

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    Not to mention reception be it electrical or radio. My uncle on a few occasions didn't get any feed back from the Sats that he was suppose to keep an eye on as if anything happen then NASA would be on the bill with the USAF and CIA!!! Yeah he was that guy that always made sure the birds was over such and such a place and the solar panels was giving enough juice to the on board systems. Without those feedbacks he couldn't say they was there or they was 100% operational. It was due to some sever solar flares and storms and so no communications was happening from the ground to the Sats, it took 72 hours before comms was restored after all the fireworks stopped hammering the upper atmosphere. But he still will not tell me what type of Recon Sats he was working with, I still think KH-11 and 12's but until he says anything I could keep guessing
     
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    LOL jesus some of you guys are REAL conspiracy ****ers aren't you....
     
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  11. Silverstrike

    Silverstrike It's to big to move FAST! Established Member

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    Yeah they need to adjust their tinfoil, as I think it is wrapped to tight and cutting off blood flow to the brain.
     
  12. CompOrange04GT

    CompOrange04GT I like Wood, and not Oak in my butt Established Member

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    What does Alex Jones have to say about this
     
  13. Gringo185

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  14. IronSnake

    IronSnake Beers for the boys Established Member

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    Thanks for the science side of posts to all contributors in this thread. Learned a lot
     

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