posted on Jan, 21 2004 @ 05:43 PM
Not unless we're shining the light at it in the first place.
And another thing, everyone always says that the flag should not have been standing or rippling because of the lack of wind. (by standing I mean
extended, as opposed to hanging down)
A look at a pic from one of the apollo missions will show you that the flag has 2 poles in it, in an upside down L shape, so the flag would be held
extended by the second pole. The reason for the ripples is because the gravity isn't great enough to pull the flag flat, it is falling flat, but the
pic was taken before the few hours of undisturbedness had taken place for the flag to perfectly flatten. Oh, yea, and you can see the flag(s) if I'm