"Conspiracy theorists believe that the differing shadow lengths of the astronauts are inconsistencies resulting from faulty lighting sources. However, NASA scientists explain that the terrain on the moon is very rocky and hilly, causing uneven shadows as a result. A similar result would occur in photos taken on a snow-covered hill."
The flag of the United States, deployed on the surface of the Moon, dominates this photograph taken from inside the Lunar Module. The footprints of Astronauts Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. stand out blah blah.
fbenario wrote:confusioused wrote:
I don't understand your username. Is it a purposeful misspelling? If so, to what end?
If not purposeful, why didn't you take more care when choosing a username?
lux wrote:^ Too bad about the cameraman they left behind.
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