Moon Hoax morons soon to be foiled by LRO images of US and SOVIET missions
23 Mar 2008
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When the Lunar Reconnaisance orbiter takes off for lunar orbit this
fall, some landing site images will be available if not all of all
probes and landing sites of Apollo spacecraft and Soviet expeditions.
This could well include the fabled SIV stages and their smashed
remnants. Either way Tranquility base, to Hadley Rille will be on
display and the Lunokod and surveyor missions too.! We all know
that the naysaying Moon Hoaxers will say its all faked but for the
open minded, the more evidence the merrier....
On the LRO camera-sweep agenda are trips down memory lane too, said
Mark Robinson of Northwestern University's Center for Planetary
Sciences in Evanston, Illinois. He is Principal Investigator for the
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC).
Take note. For you "Apollo landings were a hoax" believers LROC's
sightseeing abilities should set the record straight.
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LROC is to image U.S. and Soviet landing sites on the Moon. That
includes NASA's Ranger and Surveyor lunar probes, as well as the touch
down spots of Apollo expeditionary crews and the impact sites of spent
Saturn rocket stages that hurled astronauts moonward. Also on the LROC
see list are the Soviet Union's Lunakhod automated rovers, Robinson
"We will image the Apollo sites and you will see the descent stages
sitting on the surface," Robinson said. LROC will clearly see the
overall shape of that landing hardware, but won't be able to resolve
such things as the insignia on the side of the descent stage, or see
the stripes on astronaut-planted flags, he said.
Additionally, Robinson noted, given a setting Sun in the lunar sky,
LROC should spot the long shadow of descent stages cast across the
Moon's crater-pocked terrain.
Ну вот у нашей темы есть точное повторение и на аглоязычном форуме.
Про себя скажу - американцы НЕ БУДУТ ПОДДЕЛЫВАТЬ фотографии ЛМ полученных с LRO.