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    Quote Posted by Solon (here)
    There is no proof that the Moon or even the Sun are visible from outside of Earths atmosphere. All light and heat experienced on Earth are generated in Earths atmosphere, including moon light. NASA will not perform the simple experiments to prove it, but Neil Armstrong said quite clearly that from cislunar space, the sky was black. nothing is visible. The greatest scientific fraud of all time and nobody can see it.

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    The Hubble Telescope is outside the atmosphere. Faked images?
    THOUSANDS of faked images? not to mention all the other imagery.

    Knowing how light works,why would anything be anything but MORE visible outside of the atmosphere?

    Why would interaction with the atmosphere change the nature of light's propagation?

    Why have we not shown this to be true with terrestrial vacuum chambers? ( we have some BIG ones)... this just doesn't make any sense at all.
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    Moon will be made of cheese next.....
    JLW videos are fascinating, innocent and open to discussion. Helvetic usually doesn't promote nonsense...
    Nick, my radio-consultants friends are all 'at-sea' at the moment, there is a huge argument over HAARP, and linked-in technologies. There is also the radar/nexrad implementation affecting the geo-engineering actually proven effects on our locales in most points globally.
    Then there is the anomalous incoming niggling doubts of something which is almost here, almost admitted, but putting a 'toe' in the controversial hot-water is almost tantamount to 'credibility suicide'....
    I love the dedication of those who go above and beyond the strait-jacketed 'common-purpose' education, to get us to reality, the truth, no matter what...
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    I just saw this article......

    Moon used to spin 'on different axis'

    2 hours ago
    From the section Science & Environment

    llustration of the shifted axis of rotation Image copyright James Tuttle Keane

    The scientists suggest volcanic activity generated the "wander"

    The Moon used to spin on a different axis and show a slightly different face to the Earth,
    a new study suggests.Using data collected by Nasa's Lunar Prospector mission in the late
    1990s, scientists spotted two hydrogen-rich regions near the Moon's poles, probably
    indicating the presence of water ice.The icy patches are opposite each other - the line between
    them passes through the middle of the Moon - so it appears that this used to be its spin axis.

    The work appears in the journal Nature.

    It describes a gradual wobble, or "true polar wander", adding up to about a six-degree shift altogether.

    A likely explanation for this shift, which the researchers suggest took place over several billion years,
    is volcanic activity in a region called the Procellarum.This swathe of territory includes most of the Moon's
    dark patches that are visible from the Earth. Volcanoes and associated geological activity would have
    made it warmer and lighter than the rest of the Moon.According to Matt Siegler, from the Planetary
    Science Institute in Arizona, and his colleagues, that drop in density produced enough wobble to explain
    the two "palaeopoles" they detected in the Lunar Prospector data.

    "The Procellarum region was most geologically active early in lunar history, which implies that polar
    wander initiated billions of years ago," they write.

    illustration of the location of the ancient poles Image copyright James Tuttle Keane

    The presumed icy patches are opposite each other, nearby the present lunar poles

    Dr Siegler and his colleagues discovered the hydrogen-rich patches in data from the Lunar Prospector's
    neutron spectrometer: measuring the neutrons bounced off the Moon's surface by incoming cosmic rays.
    That hydrogen signal is taken to indicate the presence of water ice, which can - and does - exist in
    permanently shaded craters at the Moon's poles. Precisely why it has persisted in these regions, which
    have now drifted away from the poles and into sunlight, is a mystery.

    The researchers suggest it may have been buried by asteroid impacts, but this will require further investigation.

    Previous studies have suggested that the Moon may have wobbled around to an even greater extent
    - perhaps as much as 35 degrees.

    The lead author of one of those earlier papers, Ian Garrick-Bethell from the University of California Santa
    Cruz, wrote in a comment piece for Nature: "A key goal will be to reconcile these many stories of the
    changing orientation of the Moon, and to determine what density changes drove it to wander."


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    The Hubble Telescope is outside the atmosphere. Faked images?
    Hubble uses still classified Military technology, first developed for the ICBM program. Why do you think no other space capable nation has a telescope in space? Why do you think NASA will not let these talented groups put a conventional telescope in space?

    Testbed Paves Way for Amateur Space Telescope

    Quote Telescope Alpha" is only the first step in a much more ambitious plan. The League hopes to convince NASA to attach a telescope 14 to 16 inches in aperture to the International Space Station sometime between 2008 and 2010. Controlled remotely by a team of amateurs on the ground, the envisioned telescope would concentrate on "taking pictures of the universe that interest the whole human race," notes imaging expert Richard Berry, who is coordinating efforts to gain NASA's approval. "All of the images and data from the ISS-AT would be available for use in the classroom and as a basis for observing proposals from educators and their classes.
    Sounds like it was a wonderful project.

    Quote The Amateur Space Telescope project got its start in early 1979 when a handful of enthusiastic students at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy, NY realized that they could build their own space telescope using off-the-shelf hardware and launch it as a payload on the soon-to-be-introduced Space Shuttle. The AST would be the amateur (and much less expensive) equivalent of NASA’s Hubble Space telescope (HST) then under development.

    Quote Knowing how light works...
    You don't, nobody really does, except the Military. And the Vatican, which is where the technology originated, and was developed by Les Officine Gallileo, now owned by Finmeccanica. The Vatican still has much of its pension funds in the company. And if you want to go anywhere in space, you need a Star Tracker, which even if you could afford, they would not sell to you without an extremely thorough vetting. It uses similar science to Hubble and the ICBM star sensors.

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    Well I do not know but this is fun....ish?

    Synopsis: During the construction of the universe, a young member of the Cosmos Corps of Engineers decides to break some fundamental laws in the name of self-expression. 16mins long or about that!

    The Looking Planet

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    Well I do not know but this is fun....ish?

    Synopsis: During the construction of the universe, a young member of the Cosmos Corps of Engineers decides to break some fundamental laws in the name of self-expression. 16mins long or about that!

    The Looking Planet
    Thanks for posting this great film lake.
    It is one of my favorite finds in the 'Dust' collection.

    Maybe this is how it's all done out there

    A great film to broaden ones views on higher dimensional beings and how easy it all might be for them haha.
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    There are dozens of moon threads (do a search with 'Moon' as the search term with results as titles) — but this one seemed the most appropriate for this video.

    The video starts with an explanation of the moon's relative motion around the sun that makes it unique in our solar system. (I never knew this.)

    And then go to 5:45 to see how a certain relationship of moons of moons of moons ('mini-moons') would describe an orbit in the shape of Homer Simpson. (Yes, really!)

    The video soon heads towards some quite advanced math, but the start of it really is quite fascinating.

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