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[...W]hy are the panes of antique window glass thicker on the bottom than the top? There really are observable variations in thickness, although there seem to have been no statistical studies that document the frequency and magnitudes of such variations. This author believes that the correct explanation lies in the process by which window panes were manufactured at that time: the Crown glass process.
Originally posted by Phage
But there still are no glass domes on the Moon.
*This thread has already proven that NASA has added fiducial markers after-the-fact and has lied about the nature of the images they present to the public(as is evidenced by my last post).
If that is true (and I do not have any way of knowing it) then the sky isn't red either, because the red area spreads to the whole width of the photo.
Originally posted by Exuberant1
It is a image of an image being projected onto a screen; some of the projected image can even be seen on the wall behind this screen.....
It is done by a young fellow named Jarrah White...