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The missing Apollo 14 magazine (w)

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posted on Apr, 14 2015 @ 04:23 PM
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originally posted by: TheWhisper
a reply to: EartOccupant

Magazine 80 images identified, by comparing them with the LRO image of the crater Theophilus.
Credit to NASA for the images.


For some strange reason the image in the post is not working anymore. here is the images from another link.




posted on Apr, 14 2015 @ 04:40 PM
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a reply to: EartOccupant

Have a look at AS14-80-10620 the left images is the negative




credit to NASA for images.
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posted on Apr, 15 2015 @ 06:02 AM
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originally posted by: UnderKingsPeak
Well goodness,
throw some popcorn together
because the replies on this thread just got interesting.

many times the simplest answer is the closest answer towards the truth. NASA has never uploaded the magazine 80 images online, well if you don't have them you just ignore them. If NASA does have the magazine 80 images then they can show that by uploading the images in High resolution to the internet. The source material we have scanned is one of the earliest releases of Apollo 14 images august 1971.

We can make much higher resolution scans but the hobby website would get to slow due to the size of the images. Also we give NASA the change to show they have the high resolution images of magazine 80. If they don't upload the magazine 80 images, it is likely that they don't have them.

The problem,
AwE130 thinks Apollo was a hoax and NASA and their historical archive will not contact us as they feel that they fuel the credibility of people that disagree with them. The fanatic attack on the credibility of the AwE130 website is also seen in this thread. When all arguments fail they attack the messenger, AwE130 has seen this over and over again.

Take the popcorn out as there is much more to this story, the whisper is getting louder. AwE130 did make some statements on other forums about our source but they asked AwE130 not to debate that or refer to it anymore. Anyone who is seriously interested, either side of the debate, is welcome to inspect the source material AwE130 has the scans of.

There is also the possibility that NASA has the high resolution scans, but they don't want to show them for some reason. This is due to what is seen in the high resolution images, something you not suppose to know. In that case it is possible that NASA will try to play the card that the source material we used is stolen. If this is done to an old woman you think they will be nice to us in the case they panic and play the stolen card?

www.youtube.com...

Obvious what we wrote is speculation and it can easy be resolved by NASA uploading the high resolution images of magazine 80. Until that day the options as mentioned above, as well as others, could be possible.

Just wonder how this image AS14-64-9059 is created.

the first image is the negative AwE130 has scanned from NASA documentation (August 1971). The second image is the positive we made of the negative. Under the positive is the version you can find on the Arizona State University website also from NASA documentation August 1971.

How did NASA produce the last image based on the documentation that was produced in 1971. Some Apollo propagandist will start to yell that the 1971 images are of a poor quality. If that is the case then NASA did a bad job in scanning the photos just months after the Apollo 14 moon landings. The August 1971 documentation shows the earliest version of Apollo 14 image we have found. Read the introduction page of the documentation in the link of the Arizona State University version. To us it is more likely that what you see in the 1971 documentation is how the images looked. If that is the case then the version we see today is heavily manipulated. Like always you are the judge in a journey towards the truth for all mankind.



links:
Arizona State University
apollo.sese.asu.edu...
Lunar and Planetary Institute
www.lpi.usra.edu...
AS14-64-9059
a.disquscdn.com...

credit images to NASA
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posted on Apr, 15 2015 @ 08:18 AM
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a reply to: JimOberg



I've been told that a media office proof set of Scott Carpenter's on-board photographs was lost many years ago, so I'd need to FOIA it to even see it.


have you misspoken here Jim ?

are they lost or what ? does FOIA magically finds lost stuff ?



posted on Apr, 15 2015 @ 12:09 PM
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a reply to: onebigmonkey

What you think of the images of Magazine 80. Are you able to react?



posted on Apr, 15 2015 @ 05:14 PM
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originally posted by: MarioOnTheFly
a reply to: JimOberg



I've been told that a media office proof set of Scott Carpenter's on-board photographs was lost many years ago, so I'd need to FOIA it to even see it.


have you misspoken here Jim ?

are they lost or what ? does FOIA magically finds lost stuff ?

The rumors are getting louder that NASA lost Apollo 14 magazine 80, we invited Jim to inspect the source material we used. Well maybe NASA is still searching in old dusty corners of their archive, who knows. Jim may go for a FOIA request when they are lost. To AwE130 it would be more logical that NASA contacts us and we are able to show what we have. It would be very strange if NASA would now after 44 years tells, eureka we found magazine 80.

Apollo 14 magazine 80, NASA documentation tells, that magazine W (80) contains 207 frames of usable black and white photography. These are the images AwE130 has discovered and uploaded.
Link to NASA documentation Page 117:
www.hq.nasa.gov...

The Apollo Lunar Surface Journal (ALSJ) has also never seen these images. This is the link to magazine 80.
www.hq.nasa.gov...

When you click on the thumbnails Ed hengeveld made of magazine 80 you get directed to magazine 78???
www.hq.nasa.gov...

If they had ever seen magazine 80 they would had not made this mistake.



posted on Apr, 17 2015 @ 11:53 AM
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originally posted by: EartOccupant
Hi all,

I find this website wich claims they have new foto's from the Apollo 14 mission.
I don't know enough about it to know if they are new or not.
But maybe someone will enjoy them either way

THE MISSING APOLLO 14 MAGAZINE 80 (W)

What are the mystery moon swirls seen in the magazine 80 images? Dutch alternative media picks up on a very interesting story. When you use google translate or another tool you will be able to read the story, all the links in the article are to English sites.
urubin.com...



posted on Apr, 18 2015 @ 04:00 AM
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originally posted by: JimOberg
Kudos to the folks taking to time to detail their research results and interpretations for the rest of us to learn from.

I've also encountered NASA indexing problems in its image archives, most recently in seeking a Skylab EREP [earth surface] image, which failed to be accessible via on-line search but was located by NASA specialists. I've been told that a media office proof set of Scott Carpenter's on-board photographs was lost many years ago, so I'd need to FOIA it to even see it. These strike me as archival maintenance issues, not deliberate, but still they provide grist for the conspiracy mill and I think NASA officials are imprudent to continue to cut back on their archival maintenance staffing.


When you look at the introduction that accomplishes the photos you will see that the information was made available to individuals and organisations for researcher. If NASA tells today you need a FOIA request then AwE130 is questing that and it may be another indication that NASA lost magazine 80.



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