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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

WAS THE 1969 MOON LANDING A FAKE?





On July 21, 1969, U .S . astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the moon . Even today, however, some people believe that the moon landing was an elaborate hoax that was actually staged in a secret area of the Nevada desert . There are conspiracy theories that supposedly support this claim, one such being that no footprints should have been left on the surface of the moon, as there’s no moisture there to allow the dust to clump together to form prints . 

(The astronauts claimed that the ground was of a consist- ency similar to that of talcum powder, in which it is possible to leave footprints .) Others claim that, in the photographs taken on the supposedly lunar surface, objects cast a number of shadows, implying that they were taken with nearby mul- tiple light sources when the only light source available to the astronauts was the sun . The theorists also question how all the photographs were of such high quality when they were taken by men in heavy suits with gloves . And how did they change the films? Who took the photo of Armstrong taking his first step on the moon? How come the flag he planted is shown as being well lit even on the side of it that’s away from the light? And why are there no stars visible in any of the photos, or any trace of blasting from the rocket that car- ried the men down to the lunar surface? The fact that the American flag that is put in the ground flutters is also one of 
nation. Each base station covers an area of about ten square miles, known as a “cell,” which is why mobile phones are called cell or cellular phones . Mobile phone signals can reach only limited distances, which is why an intricate network of cells is needed to connect people at greater distances and why mobile phones don’t work in remote areas that have no base stations . Each base station has a finite capacity to receive and transmit signals, and highly populated areas usually have a higher num- ber of base stations to cope with the large number of users . The reason why a mobile phone can be used while driving for many miles is because the signal moves from one base station to the next so that a number of base stations, and their cells, are utilized . Mobile phones contain low-power transmitters and low- mass lithium-ion batteries that store a lot of power, two factors that enable them to be very small and light . ?  WAS THE 1969 MOON LANDING A FAKE? On July 21, 1969, U .S . astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the moon . Even today, however, some people believe that the moon landing was an elaborate hoax that was actually staged in a secret area of the Nevada desert . There are conspiracy theories that supposedly support this claim, one such being that no footprints should have been left on the surface of the moon, as there’s no moisture there to allow the dust to clump together to form prints . 
the theorists’ compelling arguments, given that there is no atmosphere or wind on the moon, but the people who refute this say that the flag was moving because it had to be twisted into the ground . But what of the astronauts’ golf shots that sliced, a phenomenon caused by airflow across the ball? NASA has refused to comment significantly on any of these allegations, allowing the many photographs and lengths of video footage to speak for themselves, along with the testimonies of the many people involved in the project, none of whom has ever intimated that the landings were faked . More importantly, numerous samples were brought back from the Apollo 11 mission that have been tested by many independent institutions and found to be of extraterrestrial origin, some of them containing isotopes caused by nuclear reactions not normally found on Earth . The real truth, however, may never be known . 

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