posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 07:42 PM
you had me at... no stars. There are no stars in ANY of the moon shots. Not in any still pictures and not in any video (albiet, poor quality). I
have been in dark light sanctuaries like the Appalachian mountains. You can see the Milky way and stars... quite obvious to the naked eye and easy to
photograph them with common, inexpensive camera equipment. Problem is... people have gazed at the stars for years. So, to "fake" that, you
would need a back drop that changes as the moon rotates and moves on its orbit. That "fakery" is way beyond what was possible or feasible. So,
instead, we get these plain, black, opaque skies. Pretty obvious. And, I get the photo backdrops and inconsistent lighting and repeating landscapes
in multiple moon video. But just walk outside and look up... and then figure with no atmosphere and no unnatural light, where are all the stars??