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Is it just me or does the original photo taken in 1972 look rather...fake?

the Camera's used weren't best of quality, the camera they used to take photo's of the Lunar surface of the first man on the moon shots with was the same style camera they used to take that picture of blue marble in 72. so if you really want to know find the original First man on the moon photo's and do a comparison and judge for yourself thumb.gif
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the Camera's used weren't best of quality, the camera they used to take photo's of the Lunar surface of the first man on the moon shots with was the same style camera they used to take that picture of blue marble in 72. so if you really want to know find the original First man on the moon photo's and do a comparison and judge for yourself thumb.gif

I'm still not convinced we ever went to the moon but anyway. I know the cameras weren't the best quality and it's low resolution but would that account for the missing ozone layer, artificial coloring of the land, and oceans?
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I'm still not convinced we ever went to the moon but anyway. I know the cameras weren't the best quality and it's low resolution but would that account for the missing ozone layer, artificial coloring of the land, and oceans?

We went to the moon.

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We went to the moon.

This. I hate when people try to say otherwise.
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We went to the moon.
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Waiting for someone to say that's photoshopped laugher.gif
    
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We went to the moon.
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That's great and all but notice I said, I'm not convinced. I never said anything as to state a fact that we never went to the moon. I'm not sure why you're trying to convince me but your efforts are in vain. Now can we get back to my questions that you never answered?
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Is there anyway to get the picture zoomed in to save as zoomed in? I save image and it goes back to the smaller version >_>
Noob request I know but that is amazing zoomed in!!
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Very impressive to say the least.
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That's great and all but notice I said, I'm not convinced. I never said anything as to state a fact that we never went to the moon. I'm not sure why you're trying to convince me but your efforts are in vain. Now can we get back to my questions that you never answered?

You're asking the wrong guy, I could not give you the reason why we cannot see the atmosphere in the old pic as I am not an expert on the subject of older cameras and their use in space. I see a picture that is 40 years old taken from outer space in which a detail cannot be seen. I would assume it is because of the quality of the camera used at the time.

I presented a picture taken with a modern camera that shows debris and trails left by astronauts who have been there.
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