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3/24/05 2:11 PM
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wolfdeth
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Well i would like to think we did..What say u..?? mods?? answer please!!.
3/24/05 2:58 PM
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yes because if they didnt were did they get the moon rocks from? thanks bob
3/24/05 3:38 PM
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Jerkie
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how do u know there moon rock and not rocks from the bottom of the ocean or from some desert the gov says their from the moon
3/24/05 11:58 PM
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jonwell
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http://www.badastronomy.com/bad/tv/foxapollo.html
3/25/05 1:21 AM
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Yes, U.S. apollo astronauts set up and aligned a laser reflecter. "The first laser ranging retroreflector was positioned on the Moon in 1969 by the Apollo 11 astronauts. By beaming laser pulses at the reflector from Earth, scientists have been able to determine the round-trip travel time that gives the distance between the two bodies at any time to an accuracy of about 3 centimeters. The laser reflector consists of 100 fused silica half-cubes, called corner cubes, mounted in a 46-centimeter square aluminum panel. Each corner cube is 3.8 centimeters in diameter. Corner cubes reflect a beam of light directly back toward the point of origin." In the not too distant future, telescope technology will allow us to photograph the artifacts left behind; the LEM, rover, etc.
3/25/05 1:52 AM
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jonwell
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Oh ya, the laser reflecter. I've bounced a beam off that thing before, and gotten it back. Pretty neat.
3/25/05 12:32 PM
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hell no...gov't is bullshit...keep tons of shit from us.
3/25/05 12:40 PM
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jonwell
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well, obviously you're voting for the wrong people then :P
3/25/05 1:50 PM
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JackFunk
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No Jonwell, never made it to the Nasa centers, I have travelled to other interesting places such at Area 51 however, and have had a lifelong interest in science, particularly astronomy. I had just been reading about Apollo missions when this thread popped up. Here is a pic "Lunar ranging involves sending a laser beam through an optical telescope," Dickey said. "The beam enters the telescope where the eye piece would be, and the transmitted beam is expanded to become the diameter of the main mirror, then bounced off the surface toward the reflector on the Moon." The reflectors are too small to be seen from Earth, so even when the beam is precisely aligned in the telescope, actually hitting a lunar retroreflector array is technically challenging. At the Moon's surface the beam is roughly four miles wide. Scientists liken the task of aiming the beam to using a rifle to hit a moving dime two miles away. Once the laser beam hits a reflector, scientists at the ranging observatories use extremely sensitive filtering and amplification equipment to detect the return signal, which is far too weak to be seen with the human eye. Even under good atmospheric viewing conditions, only one photon is received every few seconds.
3/25/05 5:20 PM
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jonwell
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ya, we did it in an astronomy class in college.
5/9/05 9:22 PM
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Another point that many forget, the USSR and US were intense rivals in the space race. It was the early successes by the russians that helped spark the immediacy of the US program. Each mission from either country was subjected to intense scrutiny (intelligence/espionage as well as live tracking). The USSR would simply not have allowed a 'fake mission' to take place. The rockets were launched, and they were tracked every second of the round-trip. You can imagine if the USSR tried to foist a 'fake landing' on the world, the US would have busted them so fast. Either way, as I pointed out in the above posts, there is sensitive equipment placed and arranged on the moon. Actual physical evidence that anyone with the right equipment can verify. Really I don't understand the questioning? I submit that the hardest part of a moonshot is the ability to go orbital with enough payload to make the return trip. We watch the rockets go up, you can watch the Space Station go past, the trip to the moon, impressive as it was, is very certainly well within our technology.
5/28/05 7:33 PM
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this is a good litmus test for the tin-foil hat crowd
6/2/05 10:27 PM
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I live about 10 mins from Johnson Space Center. I have toured the facility a number of times including one trip with a relative who is Colonel and got us in behind the normal tour. About 7-10 years ago, NASA stopped allowing tours at JSC after building Space Center Houston. I have not seen any top secret stuff, but I have been to mission control, seen first-hand moon rocks, equipment used on several missions, worn space suits, sat in capsules, etc. Obviously no being with the Apollo crew, I never say for sure that we landed on the moon, but with what I have seen, I can say with a 99% conviction that we did.
1/5/07 4:46 AM
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The answer is no we didn't. 14,000 missing tapes, flight data. All blueprints are missing. Any semblance of proof is gone! If you want to prove something , you have to have the data to back it up. There is no more data. It will take us 55 years from the last trip to get us back on the moon.
1/10/07 2:13 AM
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lol. You missed the thread on the OG? I think you should read it. You're welcome to argue with me on there once you read all the arguments. http://www.mma.tv/tuf/index.cfm?ac=ListMessages&PID=28&TID=921915&FID=2
1/10/07 11:02 PM
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lol @ you gullible motherfuckers... lol @ soft landing men on moon in space. lol @ apollo going 625x farther than any manned mission in human history.
1/11/07 12:16 AM
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EVILYOSHIDA
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Knee Uppercut, go on the thread that I posted and I will destroy you with facts.
1/11/07 12:45 AM
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Knee uppercut what you have is a "belief" what I have are facts.
1/11/07 12:59 AM
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lol @ all you want, you have a belief, I have facts.
2/20/07 9:15 PM
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Yes.
3/6/07 8:17 PM
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Yes, we did land on the moon in 1969. Just ask Neill and Buzz.
3/6/07 8:19 PM
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3/19/07 1:51 AM
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Like bouncing lasers off the relfectors placed on the moon?
3/19/07 6:32 PM
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None of you know Moon history. I know Moon history. I have studied the history of Moon history.
7/15/07 4:21 AM
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Yes we most likely landed on the moon.

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