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I'm guessing Apollo Moon landing skeptics will simply say you can't trust anything NASA gives us
Originally posted by Freezer
Look at the lcross impact footage, I mean does anyone believe that is a real video? We have consumer grade hd cameras which yield 100x better clarity than that garbage NASA tried to pass off as real. With all the great optics of today, are we to believe this is the best NASA can do? A black and white, grainy, blurry video which looks like something shot in the 50's...
Originally posted by dubiousone
By the way, anyone who says that dark dot is a flag is making a leap of faith. You certainly aren't seeing anything that even remotely resembles a flag. You believe it's a flag because you've been told that's what it is. That's called faith.
Originally posted by itstheendoftheworldaswekn
Most recently NASA informed us that they had either lost or destroyed the original footage. Amazingly though they came across some new footage for the 40th year anniversay. Convenient?
The dutch moon rock which was discovered to be nothing more than petrified wood. How many other countries will check out their moon rock gifts from US now?
Originally posted by ngchunter
reply to post by grey580
There are, but as stated the satellite that captured this, LRO, just finished establishing its mission orbit where it can obtain photos at this resolution. Here's some more images at half meter resolution: