Do people really still believe that the Van Allen belts are lethal for astronauts? That crap has been debunked innumerable times, even by James Van Allen himself.
The temperature of the Moon is over 100°C on the damn surface. That’s correct, it’s only hot on the surface. Since the Moon is practically a vacuum, heat cannot be transferred into an atmosphere that doesn’t exist in the first place.
The astronauts wore white spacesuits that reflected most of the sunlight (white colors reflect sunlight [or, they appear white because most of the light has been reflected], and dark colors absorb sunlight [or, they appear dark because most of the light has been absorbed]). The helmet bubble is also designed to protect the astronaut from harmful solar radiation.
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Looks like the Russian alphabet doesn’t show up here. Mukhin’s book can be found here (not freely downloadable):
By the way, he’s a metallurgist and newspaper editor who also denies Soviet responsibility for the Katyn massacre, possible anti-Semite and sentenced to …
>Just for the fun, and I stress that I did not verify any of the “facts” stated here
>As I said, did not verify any of this but it certainly would support hoaxers arguments if any true to it!
That’s the problem …
Alex, Alex, Alex… You want to know why there wasn’t a visible exhaust when the Lunar Modules lifted off from the Moon? Very simple:
1) The fuel used to take off was composed of Aerozine 50 and dinitrogen tetroxide which ignited …