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"Moon plays": Moon was Earth - truth and lie in the atmosphere - the moon lie

Apollo 11 (02): The "moon landscapes" after the "moon landing" - photo compositions

Chaos of shadows with "lunar landscapes" around the landed "Lunar Module" - moon lie with Apollo 11
 
The
              "Lunar Module" is said having landed near a
              crater. But there is a chaos of shadows at the "moon
              crater" which indicates that all is photo composition
              and the shadows are drawn. The shadows are crossing in an
              angle of almost 90°!
The "Lunar Module" is said having landed near a crater. But there is a chaos of shadows at the "moon crater" which indicates that all is photo composition and the shadows are drawn. The shadows are crossing in an angle of almost 90°!

Analysis by Michael Palomino (2009)

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This is NOT a conspiracy theory, stupid journalist, but these are the facts which prove that moon landings partly have happened in moon halls and in photo compositions. You don't believe it? The facts will stay.

Michael Palomino 2009

Abbreviations
DAC: "Data Acquisition Camera"

LM: "Lunar Module"
LMP: "Lunar Module Pilot"
RCS: "Reaction Control System"
CSM: "Command Service Module"

EVA: "Extra Vehicular Activity"


The faked "lunar landscape" around the "Lunar Module" of Apollo 11

Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5449. According
                        to NASA this photo shows the "lunar
                        surface" after the landing of Apollo 11 by
                        the window of Neil Armstrong. In the foreground
                        one can see a thruster. The shadows are
                        non-uniform and by this impossible.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5449. According to NASA this photo shows the "lunar surface" after the landing of Apollo 11 by the window of Neil Armstrong. In the foreground one can see a thruster. The shadows are non-uniform and by this impossible.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5449.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows are not parallel but the stones are planted into the photo and the shadows are drawn
-- the background is much darker than the foreground which is not possible with the extreme light conditions on the moon.

So this photo is probably a landscape of the Earth with a black-washed sky, with implanted stones and with drawn shadows.


Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5450. According
                        to NASA this is another photo of the "lunar
                        surface" after the landing of Apollo 11,
                        right of the photo before (AS11-37-5449). The
                        photo is taken by a window of the "Lunar
                        Module". But the chaos of shadows can be
                        detected easily.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5450. According to NASA this is another photo of the "lunar surface" after the landing of Apollo 11, right of the photo before (AS11-37-5449). The photo is taken by a window of the "Lunar Module". But the chaos of shadows can be detected easily.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5450.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows are not parallel, but the stones are implanted and the shadows are drawn
-- the background is much darker than the foreground which is not possible with the extreme light conditions on the moon.

So this photo is probably a landscape of the Earth with a black-washed sky, with implanted stones and with drawn shadows.


Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5451: According
                        to NASA this is another photo of the "lunar
                        surface" after the landing of Apollo 11,
                        this time with a big shadow of the "Lunar
                        Module". With a closer look one can see
                        also here a chaos of shadows.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5451: According to NASA this is another photo of the "lunar surface" after the landing of Apollo 11, this time with a big shadow of the "Lunar Module". With a closer look one can see also here a chaos of shadows.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5451.jpg
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5451HR.jpg

Look the close-up:

Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5451: the close-up shows the chaos of shadows:
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5451: the
                          close-up shows the chaos of shadows:

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
So, also this photo is a photo composition: There was taken a photo of a desert landscape with a crater on the Earth, then the sky was black-washed, then was drawn the big shadow which is said to correspond to the "Lunar Module", then were implanted the stones and then were drawn the wrong shadows. It seems that the NASA manipulators had no idea that shadows go parallel or centrical.


Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5452: According
                        to NASA this is another photo of the "lunar
                        surface" after the landing of Apollo 11,
                        this time directly under the window of
                        "astronaut" Neil Armstrong with an
                        Eastern part of a crater. But also here is a
                        chaos of shadows, and this indicates that this
                        is a bad photo composition.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5452: According to NASA this is another photo of the "lunar surface" after the landing of Apollo 11, this time directly under the window of "astronaut" Neil Armstrong with an Eastern part of a crater. But also here is a chaos of shadows, and this indicates that this is a bad photo composition.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5452.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows of the stones have shadows in very different directions which indicates that this is a photo composition.

The photo composition is simple: One takes a photo of a desert landscape in Chile or in Peru, then the big shadow of the "Lunar Module" is painted, then the stones are implanted, and then the shadows are drawn. Unfortunately the NASA manipulators did not know that the shadows are parallel or centrical. This was not so important, the champagne during the mood of champagne was more important...


Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5453: According
                        to NASA this is another photo of the "lunar
                        surface" directly under the window of
                        "astronaut" Neil Armstrong, now with
                        the Western part of the crater. The shadow of
                        the "lunar module" is the same as on
                        photo AS11-37-5451, and also the chaos of
                        shadows is the same.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5453: According to NASA this is another photo of the "lunar surface" directly under the window of "astronaut" Neil Armstrong, now with the Western part of the crater. The shadow of the "lunar module" is the same as on photo AS11-37-5451, and also the chaos of shadows is the same.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5453.jpg
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5453HR.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows of the stones have shadows in very different directions which indicates that this is a photo composition.

The close-up shows it clearly:



Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5453: close-up
                        of the chaos of shadows on the photo with the
                        Western part of the crater which according to
                        NASA was visible by the window of Neil Armstrong
                        of the "Lunar Module"
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5453: close-up of the chaos of shadows on the photo with the Western part of the crater which according to NASA was visible by the window of Neil Armstrong of the "Lunar Module"


Apollo 11 Foto-Nr. AS11-37-5454: Sicht über
                        die "Mondlandschaft" mit dem
                        kompletten Langschatten der
                        "Mondlandefähre". Die NASA behauptet,
                        das Foto sein von Edwin ("Buzz")
                        Aldrin gemacht worden. Das Schattenchaos bleibt
                        aber dasselbe, und somit auch die Fotomontage
                        mit den eingezeichneten Schatten.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5454: view over the "lunar landscape" with the complete long shadow of the "Lunar Module". NASA claims that this photo is taken by Edwin ("Buzz") Aldrin. The chaos of shadows is remaining the same, and by this also this photo is a photo composition with drawn shadows.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5454.jpg
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5454HR.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows of the stones have shadows in very different directions which indicates that this is a photo composition.

The close-up once again shows it clearly:


Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5454: view over
                        the "moon landscape" with the complete
                        long shadow of the "Lunar Module". The
                        chaos of shadows in a large size.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5454: view over the "lunar landscape" with the complete long shadow of the "Lunar Module".
The chaos of shadows in a large size.


Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5455: view over
                        the "moon landscape" further to the
                        right, the chaos of shadows remains, the photo
                        composition remains a fact.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5455: view over the "lunar landscape" further to the right, the chaos of shadows remains, the photo composition remains a fact.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5455.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows of the stones have shadows in very different directions which indicates that this is a photo composition
-- add to this the left part of the photo is brighter than the right part which is not possible with the extreme light on the moon.


Apollo 11 Foto-Nr. AS11-37-5456: Nun sieht
                        man noch weiter nach rechts, und die NASA
                        vermutet, dass das Geröll vom Kratereinschlag
                        stammen könnte. Und unten rechts sei noch ein
                        Teil einer Steuerdüse der
                        "Mondlandefähre" sichtbar. Das
                        Schattenchaos bleibt aber, und somit auch die
                        Fotomontage mit eingezeichneten Schatten
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5456: Now one can see again further to the right, and NASA presumes that the boulders came from the crater's impact. And lower at the right side there can be seen a  part of a thruster NASA claims. But the chaos of shadows remains, and with this also the photo composition with the drawn shadows.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5456.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows of the stones have shadows in very different directions which indicates that this is a photo composition
-- add to this the left part of the photo is brighter than the right part which is not possible with the extreme light on the moon.

It's very simple: The landscape is taken from the Earth, the sky is black-washed, the peace of the thruster is drawn, the stones are implanted, and the shadows are drawn.


Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5457: On this
                        photo one can see further to the right. The
                        chaos of shadows remains, and the photo
                        composition also remains.
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5457: On this photo one can see further to the right. The chaos of shadows remains, and the photo composition also remains.

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5457.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows of the stones have shadows in very different directions which indicates that this is a photo composition
-- add to this the left part of the photo is brighter than the right part which is not possible with the extreme light on the moon.


Apollo 11 Foto-Nr. AS11-37-5458: Das Foto
                        zeigt mehr oder weniger dieselbe
                        "Mondlandschaft"
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5458: The photo shows more or less the same "lunar landscape".

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5458.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the shadows of the stones have shadows in very different directions which indicates that this is a photo composition
-- add to this the left part of the photo is brighter than the right part which is not possible with the extreme light on the moon.


Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5459: Now NASA
                        claims that Edwin Aldrin gave the camera to Neil
                        Armstrong and Neil had taken another photo of
                        the crater by his window. The chaos of shadows
                        on the crater is the same as in the beginning,
                        and this indicates the photo composition with
                        drawn shadows...
Apollo 11 photo no. AS11-37-5459: Now NASA claims that Edwin Aldrin gave the camera to Neil Armstrong and Neil had taken another photo of the crater by his window. The chaos of shadows on the crater is the same as in the beginning, and this indicates the photo composition with drawn shadows...

One can see the photo here:
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/images11.html
http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/a11/AS11-37-5459.jpg

Ausrufezeichen rot
Photo composition:
-- the different shadow lines indicate all that this photo is a photo composition with shadows drawn by hand. The photo is almost the same as photo no. AS11-37-5452. The shadows again cross almost in an angle of 90°
-- add to this the right part of the photo is brighter than the left part which is not possible with the extreme light on the moon.

Conclusion
The shadows of the "lunar landscape" of Apollo 11 are very different, so this indicates that all photos are bad photo compositions. The landscape was taken on the Earth, the sky was black-washed, the shadow of the "Lunar Module" and the stones were added and the shadows of the stones were drawn. Perhaps also the shadow of the "Lunar Module" was drawn. The faults cannot be explained in another way. It seems that the NASA manipulators in the NASA photo studio had no idea of directions of shadows, but they were busy with champaign. The "moon landing" of Apollo 11 has taken place - regarding the photos - in the NASA photo studio. This is proved. Well, one has to know that this NASA photo studio was aside the CIA center in Langley, and NASA is CIA. All was strongly secret, and who put a question was discriminated or shot.

This is NOT a conspiracy theory, stupid journalist, but these are the facts which prove that moon landings partly have happened in moon halls and in photo compositions. You don't believe it? The facts will stay.


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