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Old 07-22-2006, 02:40 PM
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Old 08-04-2006, 10:02 PM
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The only "high resolution" tapes of the moon landings have gone missing...
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Old 08-05-2006, 12:13 AM
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How can anyone believe anything NASA says when they were exposed for sacrificing their own astronaus to Moloch? when they name their missions after demigods

I can't wait for the staged discovery of life on mars, people are going to eat it all up hook line and sinker.
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Old 08-14-2006, 09:23 PM
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It's just toooooooooo funny and must be reiterated...

Has anyone looked under the bed? Someone ring the guy who knew where all the WMD's in Iraq were...

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NASA can't find moon landing tape

From correspondents in Washington

August 15, 2006 10:29am
Article from: Reuters


THE US Government has misplaced the original recording of the first moon landing, including astronaut Neil Armstrong's famous "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," NASA said today.
Armstrong's famous space walk, seen by millions of viewers on July 20, 1969, is among transmissions that NASA has failed to turn up in a year of searching, spokesman Grey Hautaloma said.

“We haven't seen them for quite a while. We've been looking for over a year and they haven't turned up,” Mr Hautaloma said.

The tapes also contain data about the health of the astronauts and the condition of the spacecraft. In all, some 700 boxes of transmissions from the Apollo lunar missions are missing, he said.

“I wouldn't say we're worried – we've got all the data," he said.

“Everything on the tapes we have in one form or another.”

NASA has retained copies of the television broadcasts and offers several clips on its web site.

But those images are of lower quality than the originals stored on the missing magnetic tapes.

Because NASA's equipment was not compatible with TV technology of the day, the original transmissions had to be displayed on a monitor and re-shot by a TV camera for broadcast.

Mr Hautaloma said it is possible the tapes will be unplayable even if they are found, because they have degraded significantly over the years – a problem common to magnetic tape and other types of recordable media.

The material was held by the National Archives but returned to NASA sometime in the late 1970s, he said.

“We're looking for paperwork to see where they last were,” he said.
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One giant blunder for mankind: how NASA lost moon pictures

THE heart-stopping moments when Neil Armstrong took his first tentative steps onto another world are defining images of the 20th century: grainy, fuzzy, unforgettable.

But just 37 years after Apollo 11, it is feared the magnetic tapes that recorded the first moon walk - beamed to the world via three tracking stations, including Parkes's famous "Dish" - have gone missing at NASA's Goddard Space Centre in Maryland.

A desperate search has begun amid concerns the tapes will disintegrate to dust before they can be found.

It is not widely known that the Apollo 11 television broadcast from the moon was a high-quality transmission, far sharper than the blurry version relayed instantly to the world on that July day in 1969.

Among those battling to unscramble the mystery is John Sarkissian, a CSIRO scientist stationed at Parkes for a decade. "We are working on the assumption they still exist," Mr Sarkissian told the Herald.

"Your guess is a good as mine as to where they are."

Mr Sarkissian began researching the role of Parkes in Apollo 11's mission in 1997, before the movie The Dish was made. However, when he later contacted NASA colleagues to ask about the tapes, they could not be found.

"People may have thought 'we have tapes of the moon walk, we don't need these'," said the scientist who hopes a new, intensive hunt will locate them.

If they can be found, he proposes making digitalised copies to treat the world to a very different view of history.

But the searchers may be running out of time. The only known equipment on which the original analogue tapes can be decoded is at a Goddard centre set to close in October, raising fears that even if they are found before they deteriorate, copying them may be impossible.

"We want the public to see it the way the moon walk was meant to be seen," Mr Sarkissian said.

"There will only ever be one first moon walk."

Originally stored at Goddard, the tapes were moved in 1970 to the US National Archives. No one knows why, but in 1984 about 700 boxes of space flight tapes there were returned to Goddard.

"We have the documents to say they were withdrawn, but no one knows exactly where they went," Mr Sarkissian said.

Many people involved had retired or died.

Also among tapes feared missing are the original recordings of the other five Apollo moon landings. The format used by the original pictures beamed from the moon was not compatible with commercial technology used by television networks. So the images received at Parkes, and at tracking stations near Canberra and in California, were played on screens mounted in front of conventional television cameras.

"The quality of what you saw on TV at home was substantially degraded" in the process, Mr Sarkissian said, creating the ghostly images of Armstrong and Aldrin that strained the eyes of hundreds of millions of people watching around the world.

Even Polaroid photographs of the screen that showed the original images received by Parkes are significantly sharper than what the public saw. While the technique looks primitive today, Mr Sarkissian said it was the best solution that 1969 technology offered.

Among the few who saw the original high-quality broadcast was David Cooke, a Parkes control room engineer in 1969.

"I can still see the screen," Mr Cook, 74, said. "I was amazed, the quality was fairly good."
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Old 08-15-2006, 12:00 AM
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Man never made it to the moon ... otherwise

the Russians would have done it, the Japanese

would have gone 10 times already and India and

China would quit delaying when they would go ...

not to mention that the U.S. would have gone

back already instead of claiming they need to

do safety tests before going ???
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Old 08-15-2006, 08:33 PM
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Man never made it to the moon ... otherwise

the Russians would have done it, the Japanese

would have gone 10 times already and India and

China would quit delaying when they would go ...

not to mention that the U.S. would have gone

back already instead of claiming they need to

do safety tests before going ???
I say they went. The photographic evidence put about is easily explainable...
Are The Moon Landing Photo's Faked?

I am not so convinced the WHOLE debate is "planted" like a David Icke "lizard theory" to keep us distracted and largely discredited. They probably have the tapes...it just keeps us posting on it and distracted.

HOWEVER...the ONE thing that keeps me wondering is the media interview when the Apollo 11 astronaughts look like they've just been told they will be shot at dawn. They dont look very happy. In fact you could say they are not happy about being involved in a fraud.

Who knows...I think about it when i need a break from thinking about how i'm gonna avoid taking the "Australia Card" with it's biometric thingies. :-)
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Old 08-16-2006, 11:35 AM
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I really do wonder how the "high quality" tapes went missing just now.

I think I read that one of Oliver Stones people were asking to see them.
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I just released a one-hour film on Stanley Kubrick's participation in the moon landings. If interested, you can download here: Download | The Shining Code
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