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2008-02-21 15:04:51
Don't forget that also when photos are taken in space that the camera is exposed to ALL of our sun's light requiring a high level of filtration for the lens.
2008-02-21 02:40:00
Thank you EuAmpersand, for saving my time of course :))))
2008-02-20 21:30:02
You actually wasted time refering to the moon landing hoax. Yeah...that's worth mentioning.....
2008-02-18 23:49:29
Yes, it's an absolutely idiotic argument. As ANY photographer knows, the shuttle speed required to take a picture of something bright is FAR too fast to capture something as dim as the stars. Even trying to take pictures of the stars at night here on earth is quite hard, unless you use really long exposure times.
2008-02-18 22:09:52
good point
2008-02-18 15:56:50
Look at the black outer space... There are no stars. This refutes the Apollo moon landing hoax. In the moon photos there are no stars in the black sky. This is one of the arguments they use to prove that the moon landing was hoaxed.