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Originally posted by Total Package
Now you are going to have the majority of the uneducated who just believe anything these misinformationalists tell them without checking it out themselves...
Originally posted by Pappie54
reply to post by kinda kurious
Good one, there is no way something of that height could cast a shadow over a mile long which there is no doubt, that shadow is in that range. Hence there is no way that is the shadow of the lander.
This is easy to Google for yourself.
and i did. if you google the area where the a-11 eva you can see the flagman and towards its left about 500 meters you can see two craters or so it may seem but i reckon the one on top is a hill and and the other is a crater or some sort of depression. and if you zoom it in on that depressed area you can see traces of airbrushing. whats that for? it it wasnt that significant why do they have to airbrush it? and if you go on zooming in on those dark patches that look like crater shadows you will find those traces.why and what are they really? thanks for those infos...and if they are shadows then why the airbrushing? nasa not comfy with shadows?
i do believe the a-11 crew did land and explored the moon so with the possibility that they did found "ancient ruins" it could only be nearby from where they landed could not be that farfetched...
[edit on 28-7-2009 by enkira]
Originally posted by halfmanhalfamazing
Interesting picture, unfortunately it really seems to show nothing, there are probably a hudred similar shadows on the moon that create the same sort of shadow,
I'm pretty sure there are telescopes availible that would be able to see close ups of the landing sites.
Anyone know where to find coordinates of any landing on the moon?
Article: Nice quotes about similarity to lunar surface.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
Well, of course, when testing the equipment for use on the Moon, you'd want something as near similar as possible.