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Re:moon Landing Faked?

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Posted by Rick on December 27, 2003 16:10:28 UTC

First, the moon is approx. 250 thousand miles from earth,not a million,
Second, The Hubble, if turned towards Earth could "maybe" and thats a big maybe resolve the wording on the side of a big delivery truck,Maybe.
So that should give you some idea as to the resolution needed to resolve any lunar landing items on the surface of the moon.
there is an old saying which holds true for this very situation.....
"you can please some of the people, some of the time.... but you can not please all of the people, all of the time.

Skeptics are a dime a dozen.


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