Originally posted by letthereaderunderstand
I propose the white dots are clouds.
...they cut through the astronaut's helmet, they're not clouds. I get similar lines on some of my astronomy cameras at the edges, proves
I placed a green line as a marker for the support truss as an example of what is seen in the reflection through to pieces of visor, first a clear
pain then a reflective pain. Also notice the faint blue that surround the clouds and the orange hue of the sun.
I see glare of the lunar surface reflecting off a helmet, that's all, sorry.
In the stereo image, why is the left image blurred and altered?
Because I pulled it directly from one of your own conspiracy sites, they have a bad habit of doing that to images. I then rotated it to match the
angle of the other picture.
It is clearly the same scene, also how did they get that image before they had landed as seen in the right image?
LOL, clearly the same scene?
A)There's massive parallax causing the mountains to be 3d, proving they were taken kilometers apart
B)The rocks in the foreground are all different. This because the left picture was taken after they had driven in the rover several kilometers to a
new station where they took this picture. It was taken a long time AFTER they landed.
As for Neil Armstrong. It is good to know that info. I was unaware of that, but I still believe his dazed character is for other reasons.
Considering how closed you to the other clear-cut issues, I'm not surprised. Just thought I'd let the truth out there.
[edit on 24-4-2009 by ngchunter]