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Published on Dec 29, 2009
Having thoroughly debunked the propagandists' responses to my earlier points regarding the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, we can get back to looking at various other oddities concerning these photos.
The previous 100km altitude photographs showed only a few pixelated blobs, indistinguishable from boulders, that NASA claimed were the lunar modules. They hyped that the images would become clearer once LRO attained it's 50km mapping orbit. Now that LRO has entered this orbit we have the results. Are these really the best photos NASA can provide?
In this video we will see clear evidence that a) the 50km orbit LRO photos should indeed be better than what they showed, and b) NASA has been obscuring the details the photos.
"The absolute worst thing to do to somebody is to build up a bunch of hype and then have absolutely no payoff" - Djclyve