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  1. #1 Who or What Was Filming Take Off? 
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    https://youtu.be/9HQfauGJaTs


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    What are acoustics like in space. We clearly hear the sound of the launch in the above video.

    Can anybody answer without attacking me...

    https://physics.stackexchange.com/qu...rder-to-travel


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeronaut View Post
    What are acoustics like in space.
    There are none, as the linked physics stack page explains.

    We clearly hear the sound of the launch in the above video.
    Nope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
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    What are acoustics like in space.
    There are none, as the linked physics stack page explains.

    We clearly hear the sound of the launch in the above video.
    Nope.
    We don't hear the hypergoles pop?


    I heard it and I'm sure everyone who listened to the video did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeronaut View Post
    We don't hear the hypergoles pop?
    No.

    I heard it and I'm sure everyone who listened to the video did.
    No one did.
    However, some people may have mistaken a crackle on the communications system for a "hypergole pop".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeronaut View Post
    The rover was filming, via a remote controlled camera.
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    2 possible explanations. Either the moon landings were filmed in Area 51 or

    https://io9.gizmodo.com/how-nasa-cap...eav-1671650186
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    If the Rover was filming. Why did they need a TV camera. If the rover was filming, did it continue to film after the Baked Bean can left the lunar surface?
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    In fairness, there are apparatus like Hubble and GeoEye which can zoom in and pick up a pimple on somebodies backside whilst sunbathing but they can't get clear pictures of all the remnants of the lunar missions.


    No wonder people question it.
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    I believe in doing decent research.

    This is NASA own website which lists the camera equipment taken on Apollo 11 mission.

    Says nothing about a Rover camera.....
    https://www.history.nasa.gov/apollo_photo.html
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    Even if photos of the Apollo landing sites were available, and I know anyone can Google views from the lunar reconnaissance orbiter, you're either going to believe them or not. So no sense posting the pics here or providing a link. Some things are easier to believe than others, like a big sky fairy for instance amongst other things where there's absolutely no evidence of, either real, faked or imagined.
    All that belongs to human understanding, in this deep ignorance and obscurity, is to be skeptical, or at least cautious; and not to admit of any hypothesis, whatsoever; much less, of any which is supported by no appearance of probability...Hume
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Even if photos of the Apollo landing sites were available, and I know anyone can Google views from the lunar reconnaissance orbiter, you're either going to believe them or not. So no sense posting the pics here or providing a link. Some things are easier to believe than others, like a big sky fairy for instance amongst other things where there's absolutely no evidence of, either real, faked or imagined.
    People should be allowed to question whatever they want. If they believe something is up, they have a right to express their views. Dont you think?

    Having a healthy doubt is OK in my opinion. Making stuff up is offensive.
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    People should be allowed to question whatever they want. If they believe something is up, they have a right to express their views. Dont you think?
    In post#9 you basically said that when technology is available to (dis)prove then people will question whether a past accomplishment really occurred. In 1969 the technology was such that humans could ride in a can attached to the top of a rocket that could reach the moon. Should we doubt this? Why or why not?

    I'm typing this on an iPad which according to some, contains more technology then what the Apollo astronauts took with them to the moon. So I would assume then that would not be questioned since it's a reasonable conclusion one can make in the year 2018. Should one question a camera exists that can zoom in on a pimple on a dimple on a sand flea's nut from outer space? Not likely since it seems that in this day and age the Hubble pics are real and not shopped. Validity of cameras despite concurrent advancement in Photoshopping seems unquestioned. Why don't people doubt those pics? Because this is modern tech that is beyond reproach? Seems the more advanced we get, the less we think about how we got here and the more doubt we have about the original tech discoveries/accomplishments.
    All that belongs to human understanding, in this deep ignorance and obscurity, is to be skeptical, or at least cautious; and not to admit of any hypothesis, whatsoever; much less, of any which is supported by no appearance of probability...Hume
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    NASA website is supposed to be the Holy Grail. If detail is missing on there, we should all be questioning it.

    I don't mind criticism but somebody in this thread stated the Lunar Rover was filming the Lunar departure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terminator View Post
    In fairness, there are apparatus like Hubble and GeoEye which can zoom in and pick up a pimple on somebodies backside whilst sunbathing but they can't get clear pictures of all the remnants of the lunar missions.
    Not quite true.
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