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Here is a picture to get you started: where are the tracks on these tyres???

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Here is a picture to get you started: where are the tracks on these tyres???

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Nope And even if I was, why would that matter? Or are you just too intolerant of diversity? Next!
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Why does that matter? Are you an Atheist?
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Why does that matter? Are you an Atheist?
Nope. I'm a pastafarian.
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Why does that matter? Are you an Atheist?
I dont believe in it is the moon existing, the moon doesn't exist lol. it is just what the sun looks like when it is resting.
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You can see the tracks, fair difficult, but they're there.
The rover is very light, which is also affected by the Moon's lower gravity.
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Here is a picture to get you started: where are the tracks on these tyres???

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Maybe there are some convincing arguments surrounding this topic, but this isn't one of them considering the tracks are clearly in the foreground, and I'm assuming they wouldn't be as prominent anyway, given the low gravity
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A better question would be .. where are the stars? If we can see stars from Earth why can't we see them from the moon?
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As loath as I am to take a thread like this seriously...

The moon buggy kicked up a lot of dust when it drove due to wheel spin. It's path covered itself in quite a few instances. It also bounced.


But anyway, back under your bridge.
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A better question would be .. where are the stars? If we can see stars from Earth why can't we see them from the moon?
"All manned landings happened during the lunar daytime. Thus, the stars were outshone by the sun and by sunlight reflected off the Moon's surface. The astronauts' eyes were adapted to the sunlit landscape around them so that they could not see the relatively faint stars. Likewise, cameras were set for daylight exposure and could not detect the stars. Camera settings can turn a well-lit background to black when the foreground object is brightly lit, forcing the camera to increase shutter speed so that the foreground light doesn't wash-out the image. A demonstration of this effect is . The effect is similar to not being able to see stars from a brightly lit car park at night—the stars only become visible when the lights are turned off. The astronauts could see stars with the naked eye only when they were in the shadow of the Moon."
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You can see the tracks, fair difficult, but they're there.
The rover is very light, which is also affected by the Moon's lower gravity.
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Maybe there are some convincing arguments surrounding this topic, but this isn't one of them considering the tracks are clearly in the foreground, and I'm assuming they wouldn't be as prominent anyway, given the low gravity
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Again. Can clearly see tracks behind the front left wheel.


You're not even trying.
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What about this ..


When the astronauts are putting up the American flag it waves. There is no wind on the Moon.
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A better question would be .. where are the stars? If we can see stars from Earth why can't we see them from the moon?
not in a city you can't
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The Illuminati are using idiots to put conspiracy threads on TSR because even evil doers need to unwind discuss.
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What about this ..


When the astronauts are putting up the American flag it waves. There is no wind on the Moon.
could already have been screwed up before they put it up
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What about this ..

When the astronauts are putting up the American flag it waves. There is no wind on the Moon.
TBF it is being held up by a steel rod and could be waving cus the guy decided to swing the flag around for ****s and giggles
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What about this ..


When the astronauts are putting up the American flag it waves. There is no wind on the Moon.
Oh grow up.
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