posted on Feb, 28 2004 @ 10:35 AM
I was looking at apollo mission pictures and training pictures. A lot of the pictures contradict one another. The Apollo mission 9 shows the
astronauts regressing the capsule after splashdown with help from the Navy "Frogman" after splashdown. The commander is wearing a button up collar
shirt like suit. Later on shows them exiting the national guard helicopter and eating cake etc. If they was in such a hurry to recover the astronauts
why would they take the time to undress. Or better yet how did they undress in the capsule or did they undress?? lol Confusing! I thought they would
wear the sapce suit on re-entry. Heres a link to apollo 9 pics. www.najaco.com...
However, after looking at the first apollo mission training pictures it shows them training in thier space suits with the blue and red valves on them
and everything. The picture with them floating around in the pool seems odd to me. The only thing missing is the blondes and a keg of beer. hehe.
Furthermore, this one picture with them in the pool brings me to another question. If they did regress the capsule and it took more than a day to be
rescued and they had to rely on survival, what would happen if they fell in the ocean wearing the suit with no helmet?? Wouldn't the suit fill with
water? That seems more a danger to me.
Also on the same site it had this video, it isn't related to any of my questions of apollo missions, but you got to see it! All I can say about is...