NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter sends back picture of Apollo landing sites

Short video showing the new images and identifying important features of the Apollo missions. LRO sent back the first images of these sites in 2009.

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+3 1. Oddi commented 8 years ago

So the moon landing hoax proved its a hoax! Conspiracy theorists go puke now
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+10 2. player1 commented 8 years ago

hate to be the one who says this but pictures of landing sites can be faked to.... >:)
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+34 3. thejackel commented 8 years ago

i knew they staged it :D
didn't know they staged it on the moon, but that seems like as good as place as any
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+14 4. Cavabardus commented 8 years ago

Man in his best habbits...
Few travels but many garbage !
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+6 5. Sebastien commented 8 years ago

@1 There won't ever be any satisfactory evidence for a denier (see #2).
If you believe that the moon landing was faked you might as well believe in god: you're incurably ignorant.
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+16 6. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

There are still tribes in the jungle who believe, there is nothing beyond the woods, only desert and lions. And they have all they need near the village, so why should they go walk in he desert?

There was a guy who believed the earth was round, and there was land beyond the ocean, he convinced a royalty, who bought him a ship.

Now there are people who believe in life beyond our solar system. We are getting somewhere soon...

Btw, nowadays it is harder to fake a moonlanding(everyone can use editing software to search for missing pixels) then do it for real.
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+4 7. Sebastien commented 8 years ago

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+1 8. Geekster (admin) commented 8 years ago

It was true !
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+10 9. defade commented 8 years ago

Kinda shows the sad state of affairs if our current space exploration involves taking pictures of what we were doing up there 45 years ago ;)
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-9 10. peacinu commented 8 years ago

#1 Yeah right. Seeing these images I realized I can do better in photoshop.
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0 11. Usdevildoggmc commented 8 years ago

God is going to fine us for littering on the moon
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+2 12. stretchpadawan commented 8 years ago

Every sane person knows NASA staged the moon landings from a station on Mars. Man has never landed on the Moon.Right fellow conspiracy theorists.....
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0 13. Malakyte commented 8 years ago

They haven't even hoovered nor tidy the place before leaving. Such a mess! :D
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0 14. JerryD commented 8 years ago

Moonlanding a hoax? Well I knew it was a hoax... another hoax is the invention of the wheel - believe me thats a fake too! ... thou I haven't figured out how the faked radio and TV and ... videos? :S
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0 15. Thanny commented 8 years ago

#6 It was generally understood by the educated classes at the time of Columbus that the Earth was round. Eratosthenes even came up with the right value of its circumference over 2200 years ago.