Author Topic: Faking Space: Auditing Apollo, A Photographic Investigation  (Read 6923 times)

Offline 12oh2alarm

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Re: Faking Space: Auditing Apollo, A Photographic Investigation
« Reply #300 on: June 24, 2018, 12:13:16 PM »
Interesting footage for cambo to peruse:



Crew of Apollo 10 in transit.  This is obviously a cramped, closed space.  Plenty of stuff floating around (helmet, flashlight, John Young). 

Curious how cambo would say it was faked.

Not wanting to put words in cambo's mouth but that was obviously filmed under water. NASA had low-friction, oxygen-enriched breathable water which allowed for the gizmos to spin much longer than in regular water.

OK, I suck at simulating a hoax nut.  ;D

Offline Drewid

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Re: Faking Space: Auditing Apollo, A Photographic Investigation
« Reply #301 on: Today at 07:35:30 AM »
That'd be a good challenge.
Create rigs for passing the tools back and forth exactly like that, that sort of timing and speed of rotation, in those directions.
Just proof of concept is all, should be easy to make with household materials readily to hand? right?  ;D