Originally posted by T0by
In that statement he writes, i can see a few spelling and grammar errors similar to the ones in the video.
That's not good right?
Originally posted by Bunson
One may say that they crash landed. If this is so, why is the vehicle in such good condition? I don't know about you, but I would think that if one were traveling through space it would be at a very fast speed, especially considering that the "aliens" were probably traveling from a very distant area, and impact at such an intense velocity would more than likely totally evaporate any object of that size.
Originally posted by flice
It's a wide wide photo... scroll a bit to the right to see the object. It is not as good detail as on the vid but the object is there.
Using the photo from that link above I still have a hard time finding nice detail. But I must admit it looks very similar to what we saw on the vid.
Originally posted by Horned Frog
I froze the video at the very beginning to see the DSKY values in the LEM.
The Program is 34
Verb is 15
Noun is 05
Program 34 is used in the Ascent and Rendevous for pre Transfer Phase Initiation (TPI). In otherwords, this LEM is returning to the CSM and not preparing to land.
Verb 15 is a request to monitor and Noun 05 is the Angular Error. DSKY is monitoring the Angular error between our LEM and the command service module as it approaches for docking.
Originally posted by roadgravel
It might have been hard to keep a secret in the U.S. "IF" this were a joint mission with the soviets then it's not out of the relm of NASA to launch from a soviet platform?
Did the Russians have a rocket equivilent to the Saturn which could have launched the mission?
Originally posted by TheLurker
One of those videos is labeled "ALIEN SPACESHIP ON THE MOON preflight study for APOLLO 20"
The Video has what seems to be the same footage of the supposed spaceship only it's much shorter. (watch the opening screens) I also found several google listings of as-15 9325 and 9630 as being footage taken by Apollo 15.
Do you think that the words "preflight study" might indicate it was something used for training for the astronauts before the mission was canceled?
I don't think its a hoax. I think it was a training resource.