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Moon Hoax – So You Can See Stars From Space, Even Against Earth and Sun Light

Saturday, February 11, 2017 19:54
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You can see stars from space as proved here in NASA photo sequences even against light from the Earth and the Rising Sun. This kinda proves much of the ISS and Apollo imagery is simply faked.

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  • Syco247

    Actually I have sent GoPro cams to low orbit before, the contrast has issues picking up dimmer light sources when you get glare from brighter sources. The eye can see the but most cameras can’t. Try harder next time you technologically challenged idjut.

    • srsly1

      exactly. Funny, I can look up at the night sky and see thousands of stars. So I think to myself, that would make a great picture. *snap* wtf, can’t see any stars in my picture. Need to lengthen that exposure time. I guess all those pictures I’ve take are faked, at least according to mattinblack, the local photo guru.

    • Anonymous

      Exactly! These people have no idea how camera apertures work. When you
      stop down a camera to filter out the brightness, you lose the lesser light sources
      in the process.. The moon is very bright indeed. It is so bright that this fool
      looked at the moon through a telescope once and forgot to block half of
      the light coming into the telescope (as recommended) and I burnt my
      eye. It took years for it to heal back properly.. So then we can say, yes
      the moon is bright.. It is so bright, that you can easily go around at
      night on a full moon without a flashlight right? So this being considered,
      they have to stop down the camera apertures to a great degree, and when
      they do this, it shuts out any lesser lights, such as stars.. There are excellent
      videos on youtube showing what the scenes would look like on the moon,
      IF they didn’t stop down the camera apertures.. You get everything whitewashed
      so bright that you can’t tell what you are seeing. So because you can’t
      see stars, they think the entire thing is all a hoax.. Okie dokie then.. lmao..

    • Fokofpoes

      Let me summarize the video (and comment section) for you.

      #1, Bullshit from NASA
      #2, Bullshit from commenters supporting NASA
      #3, That’s a lot of bullshit
      #4, NASA astronauts claiming they say now stars.
      #5, Bullshit from NASA
      #6, Other NASA astronaut claiming he doesn’t remember seeing any stars.
      #6, NASA astronaut claiming he saw far more stars than you see in earth atmosphere.
      #7, Bullshit from commenters
      #NASAISBULLSHIT

      • Fokofpoes

        *#4, NASA astronauts claiming they saw now stars.

        • Fokofpoes

          aghfuaidouhfaipgbav

  • Tedx

    US astronaut “floating” at International Space Station admits we don’t have technology to go to the moon yet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xR-uBtIqFQ

  • Anonymous

    Come on folks. Obviously, the photo above labeled as “FAKE”, is during daylight. When was the last time you saw stars in daylight on Earth???

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