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Moon Landing Hoax Apollo 15 : Astronaut Gets Tangled up in His Lunar Module Support Wire Cable

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Uploaded on Mar 12, 2009

Astronaut Gets Tangled up in His Lunar Module Support Wire Cable & Struggles To Get Free.

Astronaut Jim goes inside the Lunar Module prop, after unhooking his ceiling support wire cables and climbing inside the LM, he says "Why would anybody put a Snap there?". The 'Snap' is the connector between the ceiling support wire cables, and the Astronaut's hidden body harness on the top of his backpack. These two things together, make it appear that the Astronauts bounce around in the Fake Moon Bay in 1/6 gravity. When The Astronauts go inside the Lunar Module prop, they have to unhook from the ceiling cable wires, then re-hook up to a cable wire coming down from the roof inside the Lunar Module, so that the heavy weight of their space-suit is supported when they stand. Astronaut Jim gets tangled up in the Lunar Module wire-cable, and struggles to get free.

At 22: Astronaut Jim starts to get inside the Lunar Module prop......he wonders why the Lunar Module roof support wire cable connection is set-up incorrectly, and says at :43 "Why would anybody put a Snap there?"

Astronaut Jim says at :48 "Hey I've got a Tragedy" Astronaut Dave replies " What are ya doing" Jim replies "My shield, hung up, up the top"(Astronaut Jim struggles to get untangled from the Lunar Module ceiling wire cable) Astronaut Dave replies "Go easy, go easy.....stand by, let me come up there and watch, take it easy"

Astronaut Dave is up on the LM ladder checking on Astronaut Jim, and Dave says at 1:16 "Looks like some ah, looks like Trovato under there"(Travato means 'characteristic or appropriate even if not true') Astronaut Jim replies "OK on it"

As Astronaut Dave climbs down the Lunar Module ladder he jokingly refers to the problems Jim has had while 'snap' hooking up to the LM roofs wire-cable support. Dave says at 1:23 "It's a real hooker there, I don't remember seeing that in the 1/6 G Training"

This video as you hear & see it, is located for download at NASA site:
http://history.nasa.gov/alsj/a15/vide...
Apollo 15 Video Library
Preparations for the First Rover Traverse
Journal Text: 121:15:38 RealVideo Clip: (2 minutes 41 seconds)
Journal Text: 121:18:24 RealVideo Clip: (2 minutes 50 seconds)

NASA did redacted editing & cleaning up of the text, to cover what they really said in the written records of the Astronauts conversations.

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