1. Movie | Moonfall (2022)

    Title: Moonfall (2022) Tagline: Humanity will face the dark side of the Moon. Genre: Science Fiction, Adventure, Action Director: Roland Emmerich Cast: Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Charlie Plummer, Yu Wenwen, Michael Peña, Donald Sutherland, Eme Ikwuakor, Carolina...
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    Question | The Moon split in two. What are we seeing?

    The below YT video was e-mailed to me. What do you think we are seeing? What could cause this? Do you think the video is authentic?
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    NASA's Don Pettit says that they cannot go to the Moon. How come?

    What is your opinion on what NASA's Donald Ron Pettit stated during one of his interviews? He said, "I'd go to the moon, but we don't have that technology anymore". How is it possible that we do not have the technology in the 21st century? Allegedly in 1969 we landed on the Moon. Yet 49 years...
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    Apollo 11: The greatest single broadcast in television history

    It's probably more suitable for the tech subforum, but it pertains to the Moon Landing. Anyways, the question is: Was it technologically possible to pull this off in 1969? When the Eagle spacecraft touched down on the Moon's surface on 20 July 1969, a television camera mounted on its side...
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    Do we have a real photo of the entire Planet Earth? Is NASA concerned of its shape?

    This is not a topic I'm particularly interested in, yet it is still very strange, and telling. I think everything is tied in together. There could be some common denominator connecting all the bizarre events, and objects mentioned on this website with our space exploration controversy. At some...
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    Crepuscular Rays a.k.a. Bulshitax Scientificus, or how far is the Sun?

    Sun rays shining through clouds and trees appear to be coming from a not so distant light source. As a matter of fact, if you continue the ray lines to the source, you will end up with the Sun being approximately 32 miles in diameter, and about 3,000 miles (some say much less) above the Earth’s...