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Originally posted by dragonridr
Since were discussing videos take a look at the restored videos NASA released for the 40th anniversary. Theres a huge difference in the video.A team of Apollo-era engineers restored the video from the down link centers and with some digital enhancement such as correcting contrast there awesome check them out!
They found good copies in the archives of CBS news and some recordings called kinescopes found in film vaults at Johnson Space Center.
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by Kadzait
A suggestion to that theory is the flag flag waving in the breeze up on the moon. Taking into account the gravity on the moon suggest that the moon dust is extremely lighter then usual and therefor should give the moon bit of a foggy environment.
NO. There is no "foggy environment" in a place where there is no air. The surface of the Moon is as close to vacuum as you can get. Please research.
...because the picture you showed only prove NASA cannot be fully trusted.
You really should have read through all of the thread, and not just the OP, before posting this. There is still time to edit, to avoid further embarrassment.
Exuberant1, good job! That was a very well formatted and interesting post. I never though NASA would let these picture be let loose so carelessly.
Same comment as just above.....
Originally posted by badBERTHA
So I say nice try but no cigar this time - but please keep going.