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Author Topic:   QESTIONS
HUT
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posted July 20, 2002 09:28 AM            
Hi
I have question? Where is taken from a window this picture shows the?

HUT

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Teulk
Member
posted July 20, 2002 11:40 AM            
right off the orbiter, isn't it??? An oldie but a goodie....

Not a window, but a door....to the heavens:: )

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HUT
Member
posted July 20, 2002 01:16 PM            
Hi, It's not good answer. HUT

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Rex R
Member
posted July 20, 2002 01:35 PM            
can't give a precise location but it would appear to be; the lunar surface as seen from a LEM (guessing from the apollo 17 mission)

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HUT
Member
posted July 20, 2002 03:02 PM            
Hi, the near.
HUT

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=DNX= Tiggs
Member
posted July 20, 2002 03:09 PM            
Flag?

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coaxs
Member
posted July 20, 2002 03:09 PM            
It might of been taken in a Hollywood studio.

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HUT
Member
posted July 20, 2002 03:22 PM            
Hi
You have time on answer to tomorrows 21-07-2002.
HUT

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SuperUnknown
Administrator
posted July 20, 2002 04:14 PM            
Hehe...some people think it was all fake.

But this was the first landing on the moon and my cousin Neil was the first to touch it Actually that picture would have to be after the first step because the flag is already there.........

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A2597
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posted July 20, 2002 04:29 PM            
Please...not another "We never landed on the moon" debate!

Every single one of the items of "Evidence" can easily be explained as to WHY it looked like that.

We landed on the moon .

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HUT
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posted July 20, 2002 04:40 PM            
Hi, Bingo = SuperUnknown.
Explanation: On July 20th, 1969, humans first set foot on the Moon. Taken from a window of their Apollo 11 lunar module, the Eagle, this picture shows the footprints in the powdery lunar soil made by astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. It has been estimated that one billion people on planet Earth watched Armstrong step from the Lander onto the surface of another world, making this live transmission one of the highest rated television shows ever. In the foreground at right, a rocket nozzle on the side of the Eagle is seen in silhouette, while beyond an unfurled United States flag is the television camera, remounted on a stand to better view the landing area. The Apollo missions to the Moon have been described as the result of the greatest technological mobilization in history.
HUT

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CyberCannon
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posted July 20, 2002 06:20 PM            
Wish I had logged on sooner I could have beaten Super to the answer.

Super, you related to Neil?

Hut, what I find really amazing is that each one of us probably has more computing power than NASA did at the time. When Apollo 11 went up its computing power was less than most of the calculators that are made today.

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GoldAnt_Number1
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posted July 20, 2002 06:57 PM            
lol, yep thats true BUT, Maybe the astronuts snuck a primative version of TreadMarks up there into their snazzy little spaceship Eh, we gonna start a thread about which famous people were related to?

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Teulk
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posted July 20, 2002 07:26 PM            
You mean my answer didn't count???? shucks

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GoldAnt_Number1
Member
posted July 20, 2002 09:27 PM            
Lets see here, im related to Luke Staley from BYU College Football =) And the Bennel (I know I spelled it wrong LOL) who helped discover and name Yosemite ya know.... Bennel Point, Half Dome, Yosemite Falls........

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Teulk
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posted July 21, 2002 12:09 AM            
Uhhhh..no

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SuperUnknown
Administrator
posted July 21, 2002 01:03 AM            
Hehe,,,you guys got it before me but his English is not perfect so I put it in layman's terms which I guess he understood When you start talking about Lunar modules and things like that..........


And no,I'm not closely related to Neil that I know but I'm sure we are somewhere down the tree.

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HUT
Member
posted July 21, 2002 07:23 AM            
Hi
My hobby it's astronomy, look on http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/ap020127.html
Best wishes HUT

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Grind_and_Click
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posted July 21, 2002 10:26 AM            
hey

Super Armstrong hehe excelent =)

i saw a documentary showing shadows going different ways from each other, duno what that was about, dont beileive everything you see on TV i guess? ,im at a net cafe , will try be back on every night like the old days soon, work out the Rust.......bak on topic

yeah i wonder about government stuff like the moon...i mean going to the moon with a calculator computer, sounds a bit fishy

and lastly NI you out there?

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Teulk
Member
posted July 21, 2002 11:35 AM            
That would make the Canadarm what??? A robotic Can-opener???

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Teulk
Member
posted July 21, 2002 11:35 AM            
I suppose that would make the Canadarm what??? A robotic Can-opener???

Run on NI-cads, I presume??

(Did I just say Ni????)

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Cap-N-Jack
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posted July 21, 2002 12:00 PM           
HUT it's the MOON

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