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originally posted by: Saint Exupery
originally posted by: Ove38
Ok, could you show me, a 1969 picture of the landing site, having all the details seen below ? Double crater is extremely detailed, show me a 1969 picture of the Double crater having the same details.
Ove, are you just completely incapable of doing any real research yourself? Apollo 11 only shot three rolls on the lunar surface: Magazines 37, 39 & 40. I found more than a dozen photos of the double crater at very high resolution. I found them on three different sites in less than a minute.
Look 'em up yourself or admit you're just trolling.
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originally posted by: OneBigMonkeyToo
a reply to: Ove38
No, it is made using photogrammetry. He also told you exactly how you could find the images from which the photogrammetry was done, and I even did you the courtesy of providing you with one.
USGS already had a very basic idea of where things were thanks to Lunar Orbiter, and the ground photographs, 16mm and TV provided the detail.
How else are you suggesting they got the information, or haven't you thought that through yet?