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Old 19-12-2018, 03:44 PM   #18
st jimmy
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Originally Posted by oz93666
One thing all those videos have in common is the picture quality is unbelievably bad , always best for fakery to hide things
Pathetic oz watches and avoids. You fail EVERY debate you enter on this subject, because you refuse to address the evidence. Shit quality because it was transmitted from the fucking moon!! It was also recorded on video.
Another problem for these NASA-supporters, is that the transmission argument is completely ridiculous.
As the videos are arguably the most important “evidence”, NASA would have recorded the video on tape on the moon and brought the tapes back to earth!


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.. but wait NASA informs us they've now lost all the originals
Liar!! They have not lost any of the originals. Only the backup recordings for Apollo 11 were lost.
You shameless liar.
The tapes that were reportedly destroyed by NASA were in the "slow scan" format (that was the format reportedly received directly from the mooon) of a much “better” quality than the fuzzy footage where we could see through the astronauts.

So you're saying that NASA doesn’t Never give A Straight Answer, but the mainstream Telegraph (almost as “independent”) is wrong?
The tapes that were preserved by NASA, are of the Apollo 11 footage after “conversion” (that was broadcast around the world).
The tapes that were reportedly destroyed by NASA were in the "slow scan" format. These were reportedly of a much “better” quality than the fuzzy footage where we could actually see through the astronauts.
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The specially designed lunar camera strapped to the side of the landing craft recorded in an unusual, "slow scan" format that needed to be converted for broadcast television back on Earth, causing the images to be substantially degraded.
But the quality of the slow scan images on magnetic tapes was near perfect, according to Stan Lebar, who designed the camera. "It was better. We knew it was better," he said.
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/sci...ood-style.html
(archived here: http://archive.is/FEA3o)
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