Originally posted by SayonaraJupiter
reply to post by eriktheawful
Post the panoramas, S-71-47077 and S-71-47080.
Post them as proof that they existed.
Can't do that? Then I'm sorry. Those panoramas are a fraud and they don't exist.
You have to be one of the most hilarious Moon Hoaxers that I've ever met!
Your Logic: If it's not on the internet, then it's a fraud, and didn't exist or happen.
So, according to you, a vacation that I took several years ago to Ruby Falls never happened because you can't download or find pictures of that
vacation on the internet!
Sorry, but not every single image from the Apollo Program is available on the internet at this time. They are working on it though:
To allow full access to the original flight films for both researchers and the general public, Johnson Space Center and Arizona State
University's Space Exploration Resources are scanning and creating an online digital archive of all the original Apollo flight films. Through this
online interface, users may browse through the archive and download any of the images. This web site also provides a suite of resources regarding the
images and the cameras that were used during the Apollo program.
Arizona State University Apollo Image Archive
They are not the only ones, if you Google it, you'll find many places doing just this: getting these pictures on to the internet. The amount of
pictures shot DURING the missions is enormous, and then later, mosaics like the ones you are questioning were done AFTER the mission and are many in
Much harder to scan a mosaic than the individual frames, each were over 4 inches wide, so a mosaic of 6 of them would be a 2 foot wide picture.
But it's been pointed out to you a few times now: the original frames for those mosaics ARE available, from several places. And if someone was
SERIOUS (unlike you) about examining moon landing photos to find something wrong, they would not use a mosaic stitched together by NASA, but would
want the original frames.
Which are there.
You can even make your own mosaic, make your own S71-47077 or S71-47080 if you want by downloading the photos and stitching them with your favorite
photoshop program, or you can upload them and use Gigapan, like they did here for some Apollo 15 shots:
Apollo 15 Gigapan of Dune Crater
Wow. Still can't get over this: "Because it's not on the internet, it's a fraud."..........freaking hilarious!