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Subject: Re: US moon landing FAKED? Photo of astronauts visor PROVES NASA staged Apollo 17 mission
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On Sun, 19 Nov 2017 13:30:55 -0500, Michael A Terrell<> wrote:

>David Fritz wrote:
>> A shock photo appears to show a man walking around the 'moon' without a
>> space suit during the US's Apollo 17 mission - adding more fuel to the
>> conspiracy that the whole thing was faked.
>> America has always claimed they put the first men on Earth's satellite
>> planet when NASA beamed live video footage of Neil Armstrong and Buzz
>> Aldrin supposedly taking their first steps there 48 years ago.
>> Doubters have always insisted that first mission was faked so the US could
>> claim victory in the Space Race over Russia at the height of the Cold War.
>> Now fresh images have emerged that suggest that the sixth and final
>> mission - Apollo 17 - some three years later was also faked.
>> The three man NASA crew - headed by Eugene Cerman - touched down on the
>> moon and walked its surface, the official report said.
>> But a close-up analysis of one supposed image from the famous expedition
>> that emerged this week suggests the whole enterprise was filmed on a
>> Hollywood movie set.
>> A video that zooms in on the reflection of one of the astronaut's visors
>> appears to show a man standing around in a "waistcoat", according to a
>> YouTuber user who posted the footage.
>    NASA used slow scan video for the Moon missions. It was scan 
>converted for broadcast, but it was low resolution. There is no way for 
>anyone to remove the artifacts from the low quality without introducing 

I believe the video referred to was made by the dingbat who claims to
have busted the fake.  The original image itself is a scan from a
still image taken by the astronaut - a lunar selfie.