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originally posted by: NpcHunter13
Morons.. Morons everywhere. You people make fun of yourselves with these theories.. I'm gonna start posting this crap on reddit and imgur for upvotes.
originally posted by: M4nWithNoN4me
originally posted by: Maxatoria
....just a pity for most of the deniers its when their sister get tired and wants to go to bed so they have to do their duty as husband and brother rather than spending time watching the sky properly
Damn, that was cold-blooded!
But yeah, easy to see it with thine own eyes, lots of apps and websites to track it, and watch it come up over the horizon at just the right moment. A few years ago, there was a refueling mission where the space shuttle docked with the ISS. I went outside and saw them in mid-docking procedure, two bright lights, one rapidly chasing the other across the evening sky. So that was real.
I must admit there seems to be some science to back up the claims of the moon landing skeptics, such as the intense radiation of the Van Allen Belt, and NASA quietly admitting that a large percentage of the Apollo photos were faked there are manned spacecraft in Earth orbit, I'd pretty much bet the farm on that.
The video was edited from a longer live stream broadcast aimed at a Canadian school. The cheering is from pupils/parents/teachers at the school because Hadfield's carrying out an experiment that was designed by one of their pupils.
And as I stated have you seen how out of control people get on those zero g flights yet mr Hadfield and his fellow crew member are quite well positioned throughout the whole video. Even his micro phone stays in one position .. Just.
originally posted by: DutchMasterChief
Why is there a cut? Look at the blurring and the microphone shifting from the one segment to the other.
If this is a cut, then they actually had to have set it up on purpose.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: zatara
Many amateur astronomers have taken pictures of the ISS in orbit that show it in great detail. Many people have watched it go overhead exactly when it was said to be over them. It's in orbit.
Amateur astronomers have also photographed every inch of the moon too.
If you have every seen clouds pass behind the moon you would also know its all a lie.
Oxygen is supplied either from pressurized tanks, an oxygen generator (which can form oxygen from the electrolysis of water) or some sort of "oxygen canister" that releases oxygen by a very hot chemical reaction. (You may remember these canisters because of their problems on the MIR space station -- see this page for details). Oxygen is either released continuously by a computerized system that senses the percentage of oxygen in the air, or it is released in batches periodically through the day.
Submarines travel underwater, but they all need oxygen. Diesel-electric submarines need it for their engines, and must surface to get it, though modern AIP (Air Independent Propulsion) supplemental systems allow one to cruise at moderate power for over a week without surfacing. Nuclear-powered submarines could cruise underwater at full power for years, of course, as their engines do not need air. Their crews, however, do. Hence Electrolytic Oxygen Generators (EOGs), which break up water molecules and keep the oxygen for use aboard ship.
Treadwell Corp’s Model 6L16 EOG was first introduced in 1965. It breaks up distilled water by passing an electric current through an electrolyte solution (30% potassium hydroxide) in 16 high-pressure cells, connected in series. This equipment can produce 150 standard cubic feet per hour of oxygen, and variants remain the primary oxygen producers aboard the USA’s SSN-688 Los Angeles Class fast attack submarines and SSBN-726 Ohio Class ballistic missile submarines. Treadwell also produces Oxygen Generation Plants external link (OGPs) for the new SSN-21 Seawolf Class fast attack submarines, which include OGP electrolysis modules that depend on proton exchange membranes for oxygen separation.
originally posted by: Skid Mark
What about the videos of the people on the station floating? Are they connected to wires? Is it CGI trickery? Is the whole thing on board something like the vomit comet?