AwE130 The Moon Hoax
Aldrin explains South Atlantic Anomaly
How did Apollo pass through these deadly radiation belts.
During an event to mark 40th anniversary of Apollo, Buzz Aldrin explained why the ISS cannot go into a higher orbit [Part 4, at 24 seconds]. The South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) is an area where the Earth's inner Van Allen radiation belt comes closest to the Earth's surface dipping down to an altitude of 200 km (Wikipedia).
Apollo 11 and the Landing Point Designator (LPD)
NASA has no answers for impossible camera position.
In 2012 we were looking at some Apollo 11 film footage and noticed something that we did not see in the Hasselblad still images. In the 16mm film footage you can see the Landing Point Designator (LPD) on the window of the Lunar Module. The LPD is a set of scribe marks on the inside and outside windows. The Commander looks through the LPD and the angle tells him where to look along the vertical scale to find the location where the computer thinks they are going to land.
The 1950 film "Destination Moon" of special interest to Navy
Why was the navy interested in a Sci-Fi movie?
In 1950 the film "Destination Moon" was released. The film depicted how man would travel to the moon and back. What is interesting is that the makers of this film were 100% convinced that this would soon be reality and brag about it during interviews. The artist Bonestell, who created the model moon for this film, also worked together with Wernher Von Braun who helped to fake the Apollo moon landings.
Stan Lebar: “We Knew We Had A Problem”
Developer of Apollo 11 camera speaks just before he dies.
Stan Lebar led the Westinghouse Electric Corporation team that developed the black and white Apollo 11 lunar camera. In 2009 he was present during the Newseum presentation of the newly restored Apollo 11 tapes. Mr Stan Lebar had something to say that we should not ignore. He said “I have been asked for many years what I thought about when I first saw the camera [images].
NASA administrator Bolden: no man to the moon
The truth is NASA has no idea how to land a man on the moon.
NASA chief Charles Bolden said that the space agency won't be sending astronauts back to the moon any time soon. The U.S. space agency won't be leading the way back to the moon in the foreseeable future in order to maintain its focus on manned missions to an asteroid, and eventually to Mars.
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