posted on Jul, 15 2009 @ 12:05 AM
reply to post by Overload
Chatelain never worked at NASA and there is no evidence that the "leaked" transcript is genuine nor any reason to believe it is. The language used
is silly and bears no resemblence to actual radio conversations between Houston and the astronauts. Mission control in Houston never, ever, says
anything like, "Mission Control calling Apollo 11". Per protocol, they say "Apollo 11, Houston". They never refer to themselves as "Mission
Control". It's a hoax.
"A certain professor, who wished to remain anonymous". Great evidence there, very credible. let's move along.
Yes, we have a match. James Lovell did say those words. Some of them anyway. He did not say "WE ALSO HAVE THE BOOSTER IN SIGHT..." but he did say,
"there are very many - looks like hundreds of little particles going by from the left out about 3 or 4 miles". It sounds a lot like they saw the
booster and a bunch of other stuff associated with it.
Later, in Air and Space Magazine (July 14, 1998), Frank Borman the Command Pilot said this "Right after we got into orbit we were supposed to
'station keep' or fly formation with the booster. We were flying formation and taking photographs and infrared measurements and I started calling it
a 'bogey,' which is an old fighter pilot term. Well, a lot of the UFO freaks on the ground picked this up and said we had seen a UFO because we had
referred to our booster as a bogey."
Please don't start dragging out more of the fabricated, distorted and out of context quotes from that website. We've seen them before:
They are OT. The topic is NASA STS-106.
[edit on 7/15/2009 by Phage]