Evolution of the moon

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1. Sitef 2 years ago

nice video, but I wish they had shown how the moon even got there

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2. Geekster (admin) 2 years ago

It's a lil bit offtopic, but here's my question 8-) : why did NASA stopped expeditions on moon and other reseaches ? They did it like 50 years ago... with old technology.... and we had very good results. and now if you look around you see a lot of super hi-tech technology...Now it can be done so much safer and smarter because human kind gained so much knowledge since then :) Imagine if they would send a satellite just like Google Maps uses.. we would get a whole new perspective about moon! That could prove that moon landing was/ was not a lie! Just like you see your house on google maps you could see the remainings on moon, the cars , the shuttle ETC . I'd say it would be possible :). this video says a lot http://www.snotr.com/video/8973/We_Stopped_Dreamin . They say "no monneh" but if that's so, they could be sponsored by a lot of big freekin' companies just by posting some stickers on the space shuttle :) and that IF we ignore the theory that moon landing was fake, which somehow I find it hard to believe . :)

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3. leolazer 2 years ago

I want to know how it would be a few million years from now.

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4. s1nn0cence 2 years ago

#3 like a large golf ball 8-)

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5. glitch911 2 years ago

Or ... it's just darth vader and his troops training field :x

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6. kazannova 2 years ago

the moon look like an old Podaxis

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7. loadrunner 2 years ago

If we had to build the (first)moonlander now, with the same materials and technology it sould cost $1,250,000.

so sell a fighterjet and a tank to Europe, and there is money for a moonlander.

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8. Rigel 2 years ago

Huh? Where's the part that the Autobots land?

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9. ElmerJFudd 2 years ago

#2 NASA was planning to return humans to the moon by 2020 in the Constellation program. But Oh-Bow-ma decided it is best to spend money on socialist programs and cut the budget to NASA so they had to cancel their plans. Now NASA is an outreach program to help improve relations for muslims, per Oh-Bow-ma's orders.

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10. Gattaiolato 2 years ago

#2 In my opinion: all things space of 70 years, happened in the middle of the Cold War, while half the world living in poverty, locked behind a wall, and economic power was really wholly in the hands of the U.S..
Today the wall is gone and the U.S. must compete with Russia, China, India, Korea, Japan, Germany. The cake should be divided among several competitors and then the slices are thin. no nation fattens more with these slices! Do not forget that many nations (people) do not take, so far, no slice.
Think about when they too will come to the cake, we will have a more equal sharing of poverty and go to space will be the last thought.
in my opinion.
Sorry I used Google translate!

Nice video! :)

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11. Randyio 2 years ago

#1 They aren't completely sure how the moon got there. They think something collided with earth and the debree of that eventually formed the moon.

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12. marx0012 2 years ago

#7 no offence but we dont need ALL of america's crap....... apparently we also build our own :P :P :P

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13. LQoQK 2 years ago

good thing cameras were invented billions years ago, other wise how we would know how the moon was formed

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14. Calvinius 2 years ago

Moon sure took a lot of beating, while the earth was hit with only one big meteor! :D

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15. chuchesaku 2 years ago

#1 no one knows how it got there...some say it shouldn't be there at all

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17. gunsnroses 2 years ago

we're nothing but dust in the wind...

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18. Nifen 2 years ago

i heard they stopped because going to the moon was due to the war, and being the first there to say we have the power! Wasn't there a video only a couple days ago about this?

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19. cyberdevil 2 years ago

So we've got a pretty battered moon. :)

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20. LaoMa 2 years ago

#1, indeed. Recent evidence even imply there were originally two moons that collided to form the one that orbits us today.

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21. Plecter 2 years ago

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To those who are educated there is no question that we have been on the moon.
The Apollo expeditions left retroreflectors on the surface making it possible to shoot a laser beam at the moon and get a return signal:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_Point_Observatory_Lunar_Laser-ranging_Operation