Comment on Apollo Moon Landing Hoax – Video Evidence by ner0.

It seems that it is not possible for the footage covering this event to have been shot on the moon. When jumping for this historic snapshot, the astronaut stays in suspension far too long, accounting for the moon’s gravitational force and also the huge discrepancy between the soil’s falloff from the boots and the astronaut himself. It’s easier to ascertain this by bearing in mind that this should have been a lunar environment where there would be no air resistance and the moon’s gravitational force represents 1/6 of the earth’s gravitational force, the peak and descent of both soil and astronaut should have been pretty much the same. Oddly this doesn’t happen, the soil is pretty much settled when the astronaut begins it’s descent. Remember that a feather and a hammer fall at basically the same rate in the moon?

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