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Why NASA portrays the earth as a globe from the ISS ?

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posted on Dec, 3 2017 @ 01:03 PM
a reply to: tommyjo

that is a very good video , i really enjoyed it and I must say to me its clear the earth is globe. But for fairness we must in this particular situation not taking evidence from NASA into consideration.

the thing is with billions in budget i think you can go that far in making everything believable.

So i think the solution is to keep believing nasa which is the only source but still keep progressing with experiments in particular rockets and balloons.

I dont think i saw a full uncut footage of earth appearing as a whole during rocket flights, it's always replaced with animation. Please correct me if im wrong and post link

posted on Dec, 3 2017 @ 01:19 PM
a reply to: heineken

No problem. Thanks for the reply.

Here is a much cheaper option than a private space flight.

Save up and take a flight from South America to Australia for example.

Metabunk Link 1

Have a chat with this Boeing 747 pilot who actually flies the routes. If the earth was flat then he couldn't physically fly the distance on a full load of fuel.

Metabunk Link 2

His You Tube Channel

So how are the airlines that fly these routes pulling the wool over passengers eyes?

Think about the numbers of people involved here? For example Qantas.

Qantas today celebrates the third anniversary of its first service from Sydney to Santiago, with more than 430,000* Qantas passengers travelling on the route since launch.


Some die-hard flat earthers actually deny these flights exist!

posted on Dec, 6 2017 @ 08:04 AM
a reply to: heineken

Hi just came across your thread the only problem is your wrong re the fish eye statement you see NASA show exif data for images used to make the timelapse video as everyone knows or should a timelapse is a series of still images made into a video so here is an example.

Right click on image for full size

That image was taken with a Nikon D3S full frame digital camera with a 24 mm focal length so not a fisheye lens at f2.8 for 1/250 second at iso 12800 that iso is a very high setting.

As for your comments re ISS height

It's not NASA that's wrong it's flat Earthers who can't understand maths,scale,geometry,physics,photography or science.

Here have a look at this link Image from ISS

You can read the exif data on the link.

exif data Nikon D4 116mm focal length f13 1/3200 second iso 200

So NO fisheye lens and again a curved Earth.

Here is another

50mm NOT a fisheye f13 1/800 second iso 200.

You live on a globe deal with it.

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posted on Dec, 14 2017 @ 06:32 PM
a reply to: heineken

Whats up heineken have you given up on your own thread I see you have made no comment re the image I posted taken from the ISS without a fisheye lens, many many more on the web if the flat heads bothered to look instead of pushing BS

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