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I think the first time was a complete failure, the second they went and orbited the moon and on the third they landed and walked about and from then on it happened almost as they say.
In July of 1969 a ham radio operator and amateur radio-astronomer by the name of Larry Baysinger, W4EJA, accomplished an amazing feat. He independently detected radio transmissions from the Apollo 11 astronauts on the lunar surface.
One af the many mistakes that hoax believers make is that they assume that the odds of performing an actual manned moon-landing would be likely to fail, but that executing a hoax would somehow be automatically successful.
originally posted by: mymymy
a reply to: CaptainBeno
You know people will just say "fake" or "Nasa always lies"
But very cool pictures anyway. Thanks for this!
Wouldn't actually going to the Moon be a much more convincing demonstration of technical superiority?
originally posted by: Dwoodward85
a reply to: Hecate666
I agree with you that they never went the first time and I actually think they didn't get to walk on the moon until the third..
Most history taken from the scarps of documents are presented as fact but while close history, hundred maybe two hundred years ago further back I think most historians are going with "educated" work rather than actual fact.
originally posted by: templar knight
Looking at photograph AS08-17-2710 and magnifying in on this, the anomaly seems to have strange lines (almost roads) emanating from it. I can understand the white complex as an aberration but the road like lines don't make a lot of sense in terms of a spoilt photograph. Picture