submitted by ‘Cosmonaut Air Moonbrush’
40 years ago two NASA astronauts landed on the moon and THEN blasted off back into the space without a moon crew
For the skeptics who don’t believe a word of NASA claims, see image below
Original Caption: LRO image of Apollo 11 landing site. Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center/Arizona State University. Apollo 11 lunar module, Eagle.
Image width: 282 meters (about 925 ft.)
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Apollo 11 guidance computer
The NASA achievement becomes even more interesting when you learn that Apollo 11 guidance computer had a grand old memory of 36kB (some sources say the memory was 72kB).
This Display and Keyboard unit, or DSKY, was the interface for the Apollo computers. The ‘Verb’ and ‘Noun’ buttons are on the lower left-hand side of the unit.
Buzz Aldrin Lightyear
This image is a screenshot from a copyrighted film. For copyright details see: Buzz Lightyear
From NASA website:
On Jul 17, 2009 3:14 PM Chad Barth wrote:
Where are the Moon Buggies (LRVs) at? I believe they were about 7 square meters, so they should theoretically show up in the 15-17 images as at least a couple pixels. I wonder where they were located when the crews departed.
Great pictures, I’ve been waiting a long time to see these!
NASA Moderator: Buggies should be visible in some later images. This is just a taste of what’s to come.