* hollycrap, we better re-do these overlays cause we 'done the wrong mountain'
(as if it makes much difference !) ...not here to mislead anyone ! *
Strawberry Fields Forever
Always, no sometimes, think it's me, but you know I know when it's a dream.
I think I know I mean a 'Yes' but it's all wrong, that is I think I disagree.
Apollo 17 crew conducting NA$As 3 most scientifically important final lunar tests...
play football, kick sand in nerds face, drink bottle of vodka for lunch.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiplane_camera wrote:The most famous multiplane camera was invented by William Garity for the Walt Disney Studios to be used in the production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The camera was completed in early 1937 and tested in a Silly Symphony called The Old Mill, which won the 1937 Academy Award for Animated Short Film. Disney's multiplane camera, which used up to seven layers of artwork (painted in oils on glass) shot under a vertical and moveable camera, allowed for more sophisticated uses than the Iwerks or Fleischer versions, and was used prominently in Disney films such as Pinocchio, Fantasia, Bambi, and Peter Pan.
MINOR EUREKA MOMENT
Has anyone been able to cross-correlate any false lunar scenary between different missions? In the style of reused CM footage, wrongly-apportioned?
Sure, icaurus, look at the LM, and the junk laying next to it ... they are the same in Apollo 17 and Apollo 15 .. and I'd dare say the rovers too, cables more cables lesshollycrap wrote:NASA in serious trouble.
After examining further these images I came to understand they are the same montage, (probably with dolls and scales models) with different backdrops but the Lunar module is exactly the same. The problem is that one is attributed to APOLLO 17 AND THE OTHER TO APOLLO 15
Apollo 15 Lunar Module pilot James B. Irwin loads-up the "Rover", Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) with tools and equipment in preparation for the first lunar extravehicular activity (EVA-1) at the Hadley-Apennine landing site. A portion of the Lunar Module (LM) "Falcon" is on the left. The undeployed Laser Ranging Retro-Reflector (LR-3) lies atop the LM's Modular Equipment Stowage Assembly (MESA). This view is looking slightly West of South. Hadley Delta and the Apennine Front are in the background to the left. St. George crater is approximately 5 kilometers (about 3 statute miles) in the distance behind Irwin's head. Photographer: NASA / David R. Scott
REF => http://americanphotoarchive.photoshelte ... jJvXoqwyOY
Field camps on the Moon created by the last three LMs were provisioned with oxygen, water, food, and power for about 70 hours plus some reserves. The Rover had battery power sufficient for about 55 miles, although 22 miles was the most that one was driven. Here Gene Cernan prepares the Rover for our second day of work on Apollo 17.
REF = > http://history.nasa.gov/SP-350/ch-14-2.html
Also a crossboundary apollo hoax issue was detected between Apollo 12 and 14hollycrap wrote:While watching the Apollo 12 galleries, I saw a sequence of images of an earth rise. It seemed very familiar until I realized it was the same sequence as the earth rise for Apollo 14.
I downloaded the images and realized that the earth rise from Apollo 14 in fact were the first 5 frames from the same sequence as the rest attributed to Apollo 12.
Once I had the sequence i played it back and voila .. they fit seamlessly together ... except the earth .. which for me proved the overlay of the earth on The Moon's LOLA model at Langley. Here it is.
full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZ_A4Dmt22M
Anticipating PANs (pro Apollo Nutters) arguments, i found what I could about the "earth rises" and understood they had already wrote baloney to account for the clanger
Here is what I found
AS12-47-6875 to 6895
Earthrise on Rev 14. The Pete and Al will land on this orbit. The distinctive crater in the foreground is Meitner, which has a diameter of 87 km. Journal Contributor Henri Partanen notes that the photos in this sequence are very similar to an Apollo 14 earthrise series that starts with AS14-66-9224. Those photos were also taken at AOS just prior to descent initiation. Because the Apollo 12 and 14 landing sites are both equatorial and are only separated by about 10 degrees of longitude, the orbital planes are similar. A comparison of Celestia images of the Moon as viewed from Earth at the time of the two landings shows that the Moon was in similar libration states. See, also, a labeled version ( 2.7 Mb ) by RenéCantin .
AS14-66-9224 to 9228
Earthrise from the LM in orbit. The prominent foreground crater is Meitner, which has a diameter of 87 km. Apollo Lunar Surface Journal contributor Henri Partanen notes that the photos in this sequence are very similar to an Apollo 12 earthrise series that starts with AS12-47-6879. Those photos were also taken at AOS just prior to descent initiation. Because the Apollo 12 and 14 landing sites are both equatorial and are only separated by about 10 degrees of longitude, the orbital planes are similar. A quick check of Starry Night shows that the libration states of the Moon were also similar. Consequently, the views at AOS should be much the same. See, also, a labeled version ( 2.7 Mb ) by ALSJ contributor René Cantin.
- Eric M. Jones, Apollo Lunar Surface Journal, Apollo 14 photo gallery -
I found that both are templates filled in by the same person. Only the first is in a NASA site the second you won't find in a NASA site.
Second Celestia and starry night, mentioned in every other snippet are astronomy software not available until recently so the two legends were written less than a decade ago.
Third that is not a plastic model that is the LOLA Moon plaster of Paris model they modeled at Langley with the help of Disney Studios which cost was more than 2 million dollars of that time.
Fourth the different coloration was to avoid the identification of the same clip video frames being passed off as photos, they don't overlap, they are the same sequence of frames in the footage of LOLA before the Moon landing scam took place.
I slowed the sequence a bit, for more clarity
Think, riding on a capsule along the moon should be as bumpy as riding on a country road? The reason for the tawdriness of the photo montages is simple: The jerky way in which they are presented misleads the investigators. What are the odds of two different missions to the moon, recording the same lunar landscape, at the same altitude, catching an earth rise at the exact same location, from the same perspective, with one of its windows pointing to the same landscape, illuminated by the sun in the exact same way, the topology casting the exact same shadows. 1 in a gogolplex?
Disclaimer: I had to adjust both sequences to the same contrast/color as they were colorized and contrast manipulated to confuse researchers.
Originally published coloration of two frames from the two missions
b&w Adjusted for contrast
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