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Mars..Whats the real agenda?

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posted on Jan, 9 2013 @ 04:15 AM

Originally posted by IkNOwSTuff

Because a massive rocket upon landing and taking off was shooting a massive flame into the surface

I see, and the problem with putting a more powerful camera on them would have been?

Sorry my bad, we can get a precise image of an object 1 meter wide from 485 miles above the surface of the earth. How far above the moon do these satellites orbit? I couldnt find a source

What massive rocket taking off? On the Moon surface the base of the lander is left or have you not seen this.

Spy satellites taking pictures of Earth have mirrors a similar size to the Hubble space telescope ie 2.4 meters or 8 feet across.

They are massive objects not like the satellites sent to the Moon or Mars

1mtr images
not really that good see link

LRO orbit height 50 km or 31 miles 50cm/pixel resolution lowest orbit 22km or about 14 miles 25cm/pixel, to give you an idea Google earth 50cm/pixel.

Zoom in here to see the Moon as good as Google Earth lets you see the Earth.

LRO if you are not sure how to use it look here

Apollo sites real close!!!

Anything else you are not sure about

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