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#16 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 14:23
Dear admins, there's some good posts in this thread and there's the typical off-topic things. Can you delete or split them please because this is the 3rd page and not even half is about the topic. There are some posts that hint towards whether this thread is needed or wasting time, if you can kindly split those to a new thread I'd like to respond to that as well.
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#17 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 14:38
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A laser beam sent from Earth that hits the moon is around 1km wide.


I would've thought it would have to be much wider than that, considering the distance of Earth to the Moon, but the fact that the moon is smaller than Austrailia in width, then maybe.

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#18 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:00
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I didn't intend for it to be proof of human moon landing. But i think it would be a good starting point to investigate the claim of human moon landing. First determine if they have the technology to send a craft to the moon. One way would be to investigate the claim of reflectors being left on the moon. Can these reflectors be seen from earth?
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#19 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:03
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I understand wiki isn't reliable, but it is a starting point. Many wiki articles have links to the source which can then be investigated.

Post a link to the video you are referencing.
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#20 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:10
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Why would it have to be wider? As far as I know light does not start narrowing over a distance. So as far as I know a 1km wide light projected on to the moon would still be 1km wide when it reflects off the moon? Is that right?
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#21 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:14
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You're probably right about laser light not narrowing. But then how would we see a 1km wide light on the moon from so far on a wide area like the moon.

There was an article in the papers a few years ago when they asked everyone to point their lasers towards the moon to turn the moon red.

Not sure what happened about that, but I don't think it went red and I'm sure hundreds of people (if not thousands) would've taken part.
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#22 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:28
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Telescopes?

I feel like I'm missing the point here. Am I?
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#23 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:53
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That's right. Up to 2km I read as well but either way, 1km is no small area.
But the clear fact that they were bouncing lasers with amazing precision in 1962 according to their own sources is sufficient to see how these reflectors hold no weight as 'undeniable proof"
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#24 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:56
Were the retro reflectors were placed on moon's surface by astronauts or by unmanned space vehicle. Can an independent agency confirm that. NO!!

in 1960s technology was not that advanced to travel 3 lakh kms, orbit the moon, land safely, again travel back, boarding, igniting, starting the engine etc and then land on earth. And broadcast it globally real time. It is not so easy as space fiction or star wars.

And more over never it was attempted again.

There was a competition of cold war, so "if you can't make it fake it."
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#25 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:57
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Sorry if it sounded like that. Many use this as ground breaking evidence. Whether it's there or not, or even if it was put my humans or machine, the fact that it could be put by unmanned vehicles is enough to put this argument to the side.
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#26 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 15:58
Can the laser beam deflect when it passes through ionosphere and other atmospheric layers;. Can a optical expert explain this.
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#27 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 16:02
I am not underestimating the technology advances by US. but men landing on moon is doubtful. They had cold war compulsions that time.
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#28 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 16:04
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Are you an expert on space exploration technology. Have you seriously studied anything in this regard?
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#29 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 16:29
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There's 2 main problems close to Earth and multiple once these 2 are met.

1. Radiation belts (Nasa themselves admit they can't pass this) - they've said it so many times
2. The power and thrust needed to accelerate beyond Earth gravitational pull

So far, neither has been proven by anyone. Rather they are clearly stating it as a problem.

Then there's the circular reasoning with those who say but they did it in 1969 so the above aren't problems. When Nasa was asked about this, he said "We'd go to the moon again in a nanosecond but the technology was destroyed and we can't build it again"

This is the only technological feat in history that went backwards. Everything else improved and became hundreds of times better, powerful and cheaper over time.
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#30 [Permalink] Posted on 24th January 2019 16:35
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After 1960's, till date no human has traveled beyond space station, which is about 200+ Kms.
Rover landed on moon, but never it returned back. You may say, humans are intelligent, they can go back to space vehicle, ignite the engine, manuevor the space vehicle and return back.

Now There is revolution in space technology but not more than 250kms from earth. Why?
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