The USA Fake Of The Moon Landings

juan juan.g71 at
Sun Dec 13 23:14:51 PST 2015

On Mon, 14 Dec 2015 05:56:08 +0000 (UTC)
jim bell <jdb10987 at> wrote:

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> On 12/13/2015 11:53 AM, Veg wrote:
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> stanley-kubrick-1747558774
> >Example:  No dust on the faceplate in a very famous photo of an
> >astronaut on the moon.  This widely distributed "proof" of a moon
> >landing hoax falls flat when placed in its native context:  The
> >propaganda extravaganza around the Apollo program produced and
> >published /lots/ of high quality graphics.  Time Magazine used all
> >the photos they really liked, without referencing which were taken
> >in training environments vs. on the Moon OR hesitating to
> >extensively retouch the "real" pictures for maximum artistic quality
> One ostensible 'disproof' of the moon landing was the claim that the
> video camera didn't show any stars in the moon's sky.  However, the
> scenery seen in those shots (lunar soil; equipment; astronauts) was
> extremely bright, somewhat like a beach in full sunlight.  The
> contrast ratios of (non-silicon) video pickup tubes

	I think the objection is that the stars are missing on ordinary
	pictures shot using ordinary (super amazing military grade)

> in that era were
> not wide, meaning that any star in the sky (other than the sun)
> couldn't be visible AND show the backgrounds too. Jim Bell

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