Houston: "SOVIET MOON MISSION" FILM SHOWING MAY 16TH

Houston: "SOVIET MOON MISSION" FILM SHOWING MAY 16TH

Post by Expert Astronome » Sat, 20 May 2006 12:14:16



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As my readership knows, I typically don't reply to
heretofore unknown respondents; i.e. who show only
one or several posts in the Google Groups archives.

But in this very rare case, I'll make an exception...

In Vigilance,
Daniel Joseph Min  
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>> ***********************************************************
>> MOVIE IS THE WORD! NASA's six allegedly-manned half-million
>> miles per round-trip(!) missions to the Moon (1969-72) were
>> at best unmanned flights in competition with the U.S.S.R.'s
>> contemporaneous Soviet Luna/Lunakhod unmanned Moon missions.

>> "They couldn't make it so they faked it." Thus, the "manned"
>> portions of the missions were actually filmed under the top-
>> secret, heavily-guarded domed soundstages in the high desert
>> of Area 51, NV, perhaps around Pine Gap, AUS and maybe other
>> remote and publicly-inaccessible locations around the world.
>>     __________________________________________________

>>      Flags fluttering in the high-desert breeze, sand
>>      buggies & actors running along in their deflated
>>      monkeysuits-obviously recorded on highspeed film,
>>      conspicuous absence of blast craters, impossibly
>>      silent running under invisible exhaust emissions,
>>      brazenly obvious backdrops that contrast sharply
>>      against the nearby high-desert terrain, etc. etc.  :-D
>>     __________________________________________________

>> Here it is 2006, and NASA *still* has enough headaches trying
>> to cope with the challenges (remember the Challenger shuttle?)
>> of low-earth orbit manned spacecraft. But things were "easier"
>> generations ago, back in the bygone era of sliderules, hippies
>> and flower children. Yupp! Back then, the laws of physics were
>> a lot easier to deal with than they are now and that's obvious.
>> Our technology was far more advanced back then, than it is now...

>> The Moon is FAR BEYOND the reach of manned spacecraft, to wit:

>>                 ALTITUDE COMPARISON CHART
>>           SHUTTLE VS. MOON & MANMADE SATELLITES
>>                       (not to scale)

>>   x------Moon's mean geocentric distance ~239,000 miles---x
>>   |                                                       |
>>   |                                                       |
>>   |                                                       |
>>   |                                                       |
>>   ~                  ~214,000 MILES                       ~
>>   ~                   ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^                       ~
>>   |                                                       |
>>   |                                                       |
>>   |                                                       |
>>   x------High-altitude orbit ~25,000+ miles altitude------x
>>   |                                                       |
>>   x------Geostationary orbit ~22,300 miles altitude-------x
>>   |                                                       |
>>   |                                                       |
>>   ~                   ~10,000 MILES                       ~
>>   ~                                                       ~
>>   |                                                       |
>>   x------Mid-altitude orbit ~12,500 miles altitude--------x
>>   |                                                       |
>>   |                                                       |
>>   ~                   ~10,000 MILES                       ~
>>   ~                                                       ~
>>   |                                                       |
>>   x------Low-altitude orbit below ~1200 miles altitude----x
>>   x------JPL/NASA Space Shuttle orbit ~300 miles altitude-x
>>   x------Intl. Space Station orbit ~220 miles altitude    |
>>   x------Earth's sea level -0- miles altitude-------------x

>> To give you an idea of the scale involved, if each hard line
>> break in the chart below equals roughly 10,000 miles, to wit:

>>   x------Moon's mean geocentric distance ~239,000 miles---x
>>   |                       230,000                         |
>>   |                       220,000                         |
>>   |                       210,000                         |
>>   |                       200,000                         |
>>   |                       190,000                         |
>>   |                       180,000                         |
>>   |                       170,000                         |
>>   |                       160,000                         |
>>   |                       150,000                         |
>>   |                       140,000                         |
>>   |                       130,000                         |
>>   |                       120,000                         |
>>   |                       110,000                         |
>>   |                       100,000                         |
>>   |                        90,000                         |
>>   |                        80,000                         |
>>   |                        70,000                         |
>>   |                        60,000                         |
>>   |                        50,000                         |
>>   |                        40,000                         |
>>   |                        30,000                         |
>>   x------Geostationary orbit ~22,300 miles altitude-------x
>>   x------Mid-altitude orbit ~12,500 miles altitude--------x
>>   x------Low-altitude orbit below ~1200 miles altitude----x

>> Thus the low-earth shuttle orbit would fit somewhere between
>> the center and baseline of the bottom 'x'--hardly visible at
>> all at this scale. And yet, that is the highest altitude any
>> manned flight has ever successfully sustained for any length
>> of time.  But the "men to the moon" fairytale devotees don't
>> want to face up to these and other glaring facts in evidence:

>> *Apollo Moon Missions 1969-1972 Were At Best *Unmanned*:


>> org

>> *Quasi-Uncensored Apollo Moon Hoax Bookmarks:


>> org

>> Groovy Man!
>> Daniel Joseph Min
>> http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x2B1CCFE7

>> *Download Min's Banned (Freeware) Books:
>>  http://www.2hot2cool.com/11/danieljosephmin/

>> *Min's Spiritual I.Q. Test (how smart are you, really):


>> r

>> *Min's Google-Archived Home Page On The WWW:


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