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windwakr



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LOL, the best "official" weight I can find is this off nasa's website:
nasa wrote:

The upper stage of the launch vehicle (about the weight of a large SUV) will impact into either the North or South Pole of the Moon at over 9,000 km/h (5,600 mph).

Will keep searching....

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It won't be any worse than any of the impacts the moon has had in the past. Just look at all the craters on it. compared to those, this will be nothing.

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Borsuc wrote:
going faster than a bullet...
... can leap tall buildings in a single bound ...
Post 10 Sep 2009, 15:10
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And to make my point about it being unnoticeable more clear, look at this image(14.5MB) and just try to find "east crater", because that's roughly how big they expect the crater it makes to be.

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@ Pinecone_ :

Seems you don't know how much people can modify or hide the truth.

You can post or link any photoes you want but, until your documentation is a kind of informatical data, it can be corrupted or faked.

Like the videos and photoes about land on the moon.

One day i'm going to see this flag on the moon by a telescopical platform near my friend's home.
Only this day i will belive it or NOT.....
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windwakr wrote:
And to make my point about it being unnoticeable more clear, look at this image(14.5MB) and just try to find "east crater", because that's roughly how big they expect the crater it makes to be.
they said it's going to be visible from the Earth with very amateur telescopes.

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Maybe the explosion of debris from the impact will be visible, but not the crater.



@Pirata: It's been proven countless times that we did in fact land on the moon.
1. The footprint trail in that image I showed.
2. The laser reflectors that the astronaut's left on the moon which still work today.
3. The images of the lander modules on the Moon.
How could all of this have been faked? Especially #2.

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Borsuc: "They" said the plume will be visible. One imagines the plume is a temporary feature. Once the dust settles then what is there to see?
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Pirata Derek



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@ Windwakr:

Your image show only some "VAGUE" points. In these points can be anything.
I can edit a similar image and tell you there's an alien skull into it.

Who can tell me the "Laser reflector" was or is working?
Are you sure?
You have used this laser and seen it works?

WHAT ABOUT THE FAKED PHOTOES AND VIDEOS?
If the moon land is true, why does NASA developed odd images, ect?

Google for: Fake moon land

And then: can you answer to all the theories again the moon land?

NASA joked the world one time, not TWICE!


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You know, whatever....I'm not going to argue with someone who just wants to argue.

Keep your false beliefs, I don't give a shit.

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Although I don't believe the moon landing is a fake, if no experiments with that retro-reflector was made by independent non-American parties before NASA send more stuff there then we don't have that device as a proof (which is the most convincing of them all).
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Simply i and a lot of people aren't soo fool to belive in evrything people say

And, like i wrote in my post upon:
I don't like be joked twice times, because the first time can happen, not the second.

Be quiet, give time to the things: Evrything will be discovered and revealed...

Remember: I'm not Asmcoder
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WARNING: Rudeness below....

@Loco, the retro-reflectors ARE used by other parties. http://www-g.oca.eu/cerga/laser/laslune/llr.htm
Please at least try to do some research before you post next time.



@Pirata: I think you lost something in the translation...wtf does this mean?
... wrote:

I don't like be joked twice times, because the first time can happen, not the second.




And that's the last I will post in this thread before it turns into a bunch of lunatics saying we never landed on the moon....oh wait....


And this is why I don't like arguing, I just get too mad and start throwing out names. I have no self control.

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thanks for posting the pic windwakr. I assume it came from here:
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/LRO/multimedia/lroimages/apollosites.html
I would just like to ask why, in this photo, does the lunar module shadow extend to the right, while all other objects in the photo appear to be illuminated on the right and are dark on the left?
Also, how was the "astronaut footpath" made? Did the astronauts walk that path so often to produce such a clearly visible line of "continuous footprints"? On the scale given this path is also at least 2 metres wide over its entire length. How many return trips would it take to produce such a line?
Can anybody offer any explanations?

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Yo madfellows. =D

We need a stable moon to live:

"Tides are the rising of Earth's ocean surface caused by the tidal forces of the Moon and the Sun acting on the oceans."

The changing tide produced at a given location is the result of the changing positions of the Moon and Sun relative to the Earth coupled with the effects of Earth rotation and the bathymetry of oceans, seas and estuaries.

The changing distance of the Moon from the Earth also affects tide heights. When the Moon is at perigee the range is increased, and when it is at apogee the range is reduced. Every 7½ lunations, perigee coincides with either a new or full moon causing perigean spring tides with the largest tidal range. If a storm happens to be moving onshore at this time, the consequences (in the form of property damage, etc.) can be especially severe.

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tide

and talking about yankies rights:

[img]http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:2Qd7xPy7xjGZSM:http://images.uncyc.org/fi/a/a3/Mars_for_martians.jpg[/img]
http://images.uncyc.org/fi/a/a3/Mars_for_martians.jpg
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[quote="neville"].....I would just like to ask why, in this photo, does the lunar module shadow extend to the right, while all other objects in the photo appear to be illuminated on the right and are dark on the left?......[quote]

It has to do with it being on a hill or something, messes up the shadow.

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windwakr, I hope you also read that I meant experiments BEFORE the NASA send more retro-reflectors? The page you listed seems to not have any experiment even before 1985...

It is out of question that there are retro-reflectors there (yes, more than one), but any of those were actually deposited in the Apollo 11 mission? I think they did, but frankly I don't have the proof. Again, what independent party used or at least observed the existence of the Apollo 11 retro-reflector before the NASA started to send more?
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When did they send more? Apollo 11, 14, and 15 put down reflectors, with 15's being the largest. Lunokhod 1 and 2 were Russian rovers that had small retroreflectors on them, with only Lunokhod 2 still working. Are there more than that? The only unmanned ones sent down were those rovers, the others were put there by human hands. They were all put down in the late 60's to early 70's.

It looks to me that you don't really believe it. You say you do, but still want MORE proof. I think the only proof that would satisfy you is if you personally went there and saw the Landers, footprints, equipment, etc.

For me, the low quality grainy footage of the landing is more than enough.

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windwakr wrote:
It has to do with it being on a hill or something, messes up the shadow.
How is that, exactly?

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