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Originally posted by conar
They have done a good job of covering up the fake Moon landings, the most convincing evidence I have seen is on page 2 in this thread
But as Mythbusters showed, it is pretty easy to recreate the photos with a limited budget, so with NASA's unlimited budget....
170:54:40 Young: Okay.
170:54:42 Duke: Okay, let me try (to dust) you now. Some off your helmet. (Pause) Uh-oh, did I turn your comm? No, it's on. Golly, that Rover, really...Okay. Let me get under here. There we go a little bit, it's working.
170:55:14 Young: Boy, I tell you, Houston, if we just had some air up here, we could plow this.
170:55:22 Duke: Turn around, John.
170:55:23 Young: Sure is good-looking dirt, I'll tell you that.
170:55:29 England: Well, maybe some day. (Pause)
144:52:13 Irwin: Joe, you have some other tasks for me here?
144:52:17 Allen: Jim, we're happy...
144:52:18 Scott: (Garbled)
144:52:18 Allen: ...Give us an EMU status check, please. We'd like a frame count off of Dave's camera, and then we're ready to move out. (Pause) I forgot the 16-millimeter. We want you to change out that Mag, run the camera at 1 foot per second for 10 seconds, and then go back to normal.
144:52:43 Irwin: Okay; stand by. (Pause)
[Fendell has started a clockwise pan.]
144:52:50 Scott: I took about 4 more pictures on the 500, Joe, looking out at Silver Spur and the blocks that are exposed up there.
Originally posted by IX-777
As far as the missing stars etc goes as pointed out endlessly over the years, and all the other lightning issues, shadows, etc - even the CREATOR of the very cameras USED ON THE MOON MISSION is suspicious to this and say he do NOT understand how they managed to take such photos WITHOUT any artificial light source! That should ring at least some bell, the guy should know what he is talking about, he actually built the things they were using up there to take the photos! Yes, thats the guy who was the head of Hasselblad who made those cameras - he is skeptical to the whole soup.
131:54:00 Shepard: Okay, babe. Fred, the surface, here - we spoke about that - is textured. It is, of course, a very fine-grain, dusty regolith, much the same as we have in the vicinity of the LM. But, there seems to be small pebbles - more small pebbles - here on the surface than we had back around the LM area. And the population of larger rocks, perhaps small boulder size, is more prevalent here. Okay, this is probably pretty good.
131:54:32 Mitchell: Yeah, this a good place for A and I might also comment, Fredo, that we have an appearance here, quite often, like raindrops; (like) a very few raindrops have splattered the surface. It gives you that appearance. Obviously, they haven't; but it's that sort of texture. In places.
Formerly of NASA, female slide technician, the
recipient of numerous space awards including 1969
Apollo Achievement award from the National Aeronautics
& Space Administration, 1973 Skylab award, a medallion
for success on the Skylab-Suez Test project, numerous
other awards for her skill as a technical Artist,
honors, awards and a 1994 reccomdation by Texas
Governor Ann Richards to the Advisory Committee of
Psychology Associates. Donna Tietze has spent most of
her professional life involved in the Space Program as
a technical illustrator. She drew lunar maps, landing
slides, she worked in the photo lab, Precision Slide
Lab, reducing art work to one inch by one inch
drawings. She drew launch sites, landing sites and was
employed as a sub-contractor to NASA for over 15 years.