>>2555459Is this the NASA render they project into the sky to try to prove the whole "Earth is a sphere" lie?
>>2571879Yes. That's why there's no moon from time to time, that's when they recharge the batteries of the projector. Full Moon means full battery.
Somebody show the bases on the moon.
>>2575147that actually makes sense. I wonder what kind of batteries they use.
>>2555459any one here into adtronomy? I'm looking to buy a telescope and I can't decide between a half decent refractor or a thicc newton reflector.
>>2583171If you wanted real answers I would guess you would go to >>>/sci/
>>2583171Try asked an amateur astronomers club. They would have a good idea.
>>2555459Have a look at the craters and notice that most of them are filled in. I wonder how without an atmosphere. It will have something to do with the Sun I think.
>>2585596It could be the dust had resettled back into the site of the impact.
https://youtu.be/afHfMMC-MJEMoon setting behind a volcano
>>2585596>>2585661they arent "filled in" the moon is very stronk at a precise depth, thus all meteors, no matter how much kinetic energy, never make a crater deeper than all the other cratersthe biggest crater is thousands of miles around but only 8 miles deep lol
>>2585151>greycan't even fucking spell properly.
>>2586460Either is fine.
Make this WEBMhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aivA1msXvGIhttps://www.youtube.com/user/moonwalker1966delta/videos
>>2571879its the unused 3D versionNASA usually uses a 2D sprite, ever saw those 2D "cardboard" trees in videogames?
>>2586460>he spells gray
>inb4 that Norwegian autist starts spamming his ISS webms
>>2624224I remember him.
>>2632066Damn I forgot. Gotta wait what, another 18 years?
>no wallace and gromitterrible thread
The moon is not what it seems...
>>2555459how do we know what the dark side of the moon looks like if the moon is tidal locked to face only one direction? Shouldn't it be too dark to see what it looks like?
>>2589675JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN! JOHN MADDEN!
>>2579206>>2575147/x/ pls go and stay go
>>2642861There's literally a satellite orbiting the moon at all times. We have pictures of the moon from all sides. It's actually not "dark", it's just a name. It takes light from the Sun just as the other side.
>>2614808Man that would be BADASS
>>2599819Well that's my worst nightmare right there.
>>2664577What it to be afraid of?
>>2626902Jack Horkheimer was awesomehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ebMp5H_hRw
>>2665221Also awesome was Isao Tomita's rendition of Clare Debussey's Arabesque No. 1. which was the them to Jack Horkheimer's Star Hustlerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=igHOaMOzzUo
The Moon is the best Moon.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxyD2pB6mWA
>>2606346>>2606350>>2606355>>2606359interestingis guy legit?
>>2648657I hope i'm not retarded for watching that whole thing.
mane I wanna step on it some day.
Lets go to the Moon.
>>2670010The food alone is worth the trip! :3
>>2665323There is definitely something going on.Jose Escamilla - Celestialhttps://vimeo.com/233100488
>>2568215neat gif. I like that
>>2664941The moon is frightening. To see it up close and violating our reality would be it for me. No going back.
>>2665229>>2624224>>2626902>I remember him.Me, too. Thank you for the happy nostalgia, anons. Loved hearing Jack's voice and listening to his theme song again.
>>2600270as you should.
>>2619987SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE SUN THE
>>2677529EGGMAN NO DON'T PISS ON THE MOON
>>2660264>this kills the flat earther
>>2642861>the dark side of the moonIt's called the FAR side of the moon, not the "dark side". Half of the time it's lit up by the sun, it's no darker than the side that faces earth.
>>2706903It is colloquially referred to as the darkside of the moon even if it is a misnomer.
Threw some music over the 16mm rover footage
>>2710014No, only people confusing the moon for a pink floyd album call it that. It's called the far side of the moon.
>>2710189Where do you think Pink Floyd got it from, kid? Think McFly. Think.
>>2555459The final frontier...
>>2645023Yes there is no "dark" side, merely a far side
By coincidence was playing Kerbal earlier. wanted to a flyby but didn't have enough fuel so was sling-shotted out into deep spaceThe Mun has killed me so often
>>2608149So weird, I thought the moon was much bigger at that distance but a plane's nearly the same size as it from afar.
>>2555463Goddamn why is this so funny?
>>2571861That moon was either really small, or the world in the LoZ games is extremely gigantic. And by gigantic I mean larger than Jupiter
>>2710291nigger literally what did you just say
>>2710291kek, weird how I read this and just sort of brushed it off but it actually is a fucking supernova of nonsense.
>>2710291It's because the moon is closer towards the equinox that it looks that size relative to the plane
>>2710323It has nothing to do with the equinox.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_moon
>>2710335you appear to be mistakenly finding sense in anon's purposefully nonsensical comment.
>>2710302Its just a fucking game and yes, isn't the real moon, just something the villain creates to destroy the town/world.
>>2677529Thank you so much for posting this.
>>2710306Watch Millennium Actress.
>>2599819YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THAT BIG FAT moon~wiggle wiggle wiggle~
>>2614808Creepy as fuck.
Kuusi palaaI dare you to translate that, mother fucker.
>>2677529Thank you for posting this since now I found the whole vid I couldn't stop laughing during the whole thing.
>>2555459oh fuck its like that spinning dancer where you look at it and "make" it spin the other way though here it looks fucky like youre looking on the inside of it
>>2606346How the fuck does this look like anything more than just a rock casting a shadow? Were there additional pixels in the original that the webm is lacking?
Threw some more music over some more 16mm apollo footage.
>>2599819quite pungent indeed
>>2575515>in the 6th decade of the 20th cenutry>actually the 7th decade
Walken on the Moon?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPwMdZOlPo8
>>2762998Sure sure a moon cave home sounds comfy, but the dusting..
>>2749485Lol, is that supposed to be real?
>>2766241Yes, the brightness is tweaked and it's running at 2x speed. Here's the original video, the guy who captured the footage goes into detail about how he did it in the description.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYJsjAmzw2c
>>2585596It's because they aren't from impacts, they are arc marks caused by electrical discharge.
>>2579206AAAs more than likely
I love the moon. I like to follow what phase its in and track it throughout the month.
>>2766241somone post the retard alert gif
>>2629195ok this is epic
>>2575515The older you get, the more annoying Kennedy's speech becomes as well as Apollo 11 landing.
>>2606346>>2606350>>2606355>>2606359GIVE US BACK @lunacognita
>>2804183Apollo 17 Liftoff from Taurus Littrow - Perspective-corrected for proper "horizon up" viewinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7k28y1FL2TU>The point to this simple presentation is to merely serve as a reminder to everyone who is interested in doing their own analysis of ANY of the Apollo DAC footage or still frames of the lunar surface to always consider the question of "what is the proper viewing perspective for each scene?" The ugly fact is that the vast majority of the Apollo DAC footage and still frames, as they are archived by NASA, are not presenting their lunar surface scenes to you in the proper "horizon up" viewing orientation that our eyes expect to see. Obviously, unless this improper viewing perspective is corrected for first, you have very little chance of being able to analyze the scenes you are looking at with any degree of accuracy at all.>When attempting to analyze any NASA footage or imagery, always keep in mind that perspective really is everything. You better believe that NASA is very well aware of how difficult it is for anyone to properly analyze footage or imagery of the lunar surface if it is being presented in the incorrect viewing perspective, and that is precisely why the vast majority of their footage and imagery is archived that way. This is a simple, deliberate, and highly effective obfuscation technique they employ that must be appreciated in order for us to accurately interpret what NASA is showing us in their archives.
>>2673920>>2568215It's fake. The moon doesn't rise like that over LA.>t. LA native
>>2710291This means absolutely fucking nothing
>>2606359>>2606355>>2606350>>2606346If there was something being constructed on the moon, and NASA and others elites didn't want us to know about it, there images would have been buried, not published to the public.Why are tinfoilers always so fucking stupid?
Pink, pink, pink...pink moon.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wCkmuRkZz4
>>2585566>>2585581this was months ago but thread watcher decided to show it to me today. Weird.Anyway I asked on /sci/ and they basically gave me the finger. They're not into astronomy that much I guess. Just in case anyone runs into this posts: buying used is the way to go. Orion pieces are usually cheap and actually better for begginers than celestron. But the real thing is liking astronomy without a piece because odds are no telescope will make you enjoy it that much more. YOu got to stargaze for months and if you're still into it, THEN consider getting one.
>ctrl+f>lunar wave>0 resultscome on guys step up
>>2813256I'm not an idiot (read: flat earther), but that phenomena may be more than just an atmospheric heat wave
>>2812742this is fucking weird, why do people think this is good singing
>>2555459the moon is literally just a cardboard cut out hung from a string from one of God's testicles (science can't tell us which one yet)
>>2760456Oh shit, you're right.
>>2629195This is missing the initial d soundtrack
>>2555459so can anyone actually prove man ever went to the moon?
>>2650414That's so cool.>>2670010The raw power of this thing is bonkers.
>>2743141Kek, always loved this. Actually watching Futurama now.>>2766241They look like two real images just stitched together.
>>2813699god i love the whole "the grid" part in koyaanisqatsi, it gives me goosebumpshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvyJXFIXii8
>>2614808oooooohhhhh myyyyyyyyy goooooooooooooooooood
>>2677529HE PISSED ON MY WIFE!!!!
>>2806851>tinfoilers are stupidand yet they've predicted every major world event since 9/11i recommend you get the fuck out.
>>2585157name of song?
>>2822288Why even bother reporting that pipe dream?
>>2823384Yes, not even new idea. Russia had the same kind of plans 30 years ago to heat up Siberia or some other frozen place.
>>2642861Where the fuck do you think the rest of the light goes when you see a crescent moon? Think about it you fucking dolt.
>>2760456>>2817617the moon landing was 19691969 is the 6th decade of the 20th century
>>2555459Fake NASA CGI
>>2555459I'm gonna be there one day.
>>2585151This is retardation typical of conspiracy theorists. That variety of colours is there as a result of the webcam he shot it with automatically and desperately attempting to level out the values in the image.In truth it's almost shocking how consistently grey it is. There is some variation, however, there are areas with a smattering of reddish brown dust. But that's about it.
>>2664577>>2680489You think the moon is scary? Fuck that, this is the real inducer of existential dread right here: >>2749485You look up during the day, you see the sun, a disk. You look up at night, you see the moon, a disk. All that other stiff in the sky, just points of light, dots. Zoom in hard enough, you may find a few of them are disks too... So it's all dots and disks, and maybe a nebulous cloudy smudge here or there. But then... here comes Saturn! This alien looking fucking thing marauding around our neighbourhood. Skulking around at a distance. Just look at it creeping out from behind the moon, shit's ominous, like it's plotting something. And you only need a 50x magnification to be able to make out its incongruous shape. That nonsense doesn't belong.I'm exagerrating for fun, but I'm not really kidding. I generally found Saturn and its moons to be beautiful, perhaps the crown jewel of the solar system if it weren't for Earth? I think photos from Cassini could easily go in a gallery next to the best photographers. But then I recently started binging astronomy vids on youtube and realised how zooming in on Saturn from Earth, and being like, "yep, that's Saturn, that's definitely a normal thing that belongs in our night sky" just feels wrong.
>>2806089he also has some wicked tracks in his vids... RIP.>>2756901Dawn Chorus did it better. But then again, it has to be remade since 320p.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfVfRWv7igg
I think we're going to the moon because it's in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It's by the nature of his deep inner soul... we're required to do these things just as salmon swim upstream. ----Neil Armstrong
I still say, ‘Shoot for the moon; you might get there.’ -Buzz Aldrin
If you could see the earth illuminated when you were in a place as dark as night, it would look to you more splendid than the moon.”— Galileo Galilei,Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, 1632.
>>2568215This is fake, you can't see the moon in California.
>>2575515this is way better with headphones on
>>2588970I always assumed that was how it was ...but was never sure
Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody. -Mark Twain
From the new Apollo 11 film featuring the 70 and 65 film reals that have been sitting in the national archives since launch
>>2833182Anon, in your own words, what years does the first decade of the 20th century encompass?
>>2863306fuuuuuck got any more?
Apple has debuted the first full-length trailer for its upcoming original series For All Mankind, which will land on the company’s upcoming streaming service this fall.The trailer is beautiful, showcasing the kind of prestige TV Apple is trying to sell to subscribers. Developed by Battlestar Galactica showrunner Ron Moore, For All Mankind examines the space race between the United States and Russia in the 1960s and 1970s, but with a twist. According to Moore, the question at the heart of the series is, “What would have happened if the global space race had never ended?”
>>2885207Didn't expect to find Apple's marketing team considering 4chan to be a viable platform for their advertising, and yet here we are
>>2887731Dude, we have a thread on Apple...what are you talking about??? 4chan is owned by Apple >>2765846
>>2680489unga bunga moon scary
>>2620426>>2619987>>2582980What a fucking brilliant series of posts.
>>2624224Now I've got his opening music in my head, Tomita's synth version of something by Debussy.
moon by day > moon by night
>>2650414>"the moon landings are a film se-"
>>2882195if it takes 1.255 for light to reach the eye from the moon, how can we see the moon direclty when we gaze at it?
>>2906361Because there is a continuous stream of light being reflected off the moon into your eyes, the moon doesn't stop reflecting light as soon as you stop looking at it. All this means is that you're simply seeing the moon as it was 1.255 seconds in the past, much like the way light from distant stars can take thousands of years to reach us.
a woman is not synchronized with the moonyet her cycle has the exact same length as the moons cycle?an opussum is rumored to also have a similar average length to their menstrual cyclewelp that proves its a coincidence then. give up that line of knowledge ok guys
>>2906361But we can't, we can only see where it was 1.255 seconds ago >>2906640>two species out of like several hundred million happen to have a roughly similar cycle length to a lunar month>omg gurus Also, the moon literally affects the earth, it's much less prominent than the sun with its day/night and seasons but it wouldn't be entirely unthinkable that some things might be either a direct consequence, or partially influenced. Probably not the menstrual cycle, I dunno though.
>>2906706>roughly similar cycle length to a lunar monthlol. humans became smart and then pretend like it was an accident
We need a moon base so we can fucking systematically explore and optimize the galaxy and all of existence. ALso I'm on shroomy doomies.
>>28779261900, 1901, 1902., 1903, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910.
>>2914950Assuming you're that poster I replied to back then, have you realized the problem yet?
Flat-earthing is just way to distract from the unexplained things that we've encountered about the Moon. Why is nobody talking about hollow-Moon?
>>2833119Impact theory can't explain numerous things and stretches Newtonian physics to its limits yet shit like this video pass it off as truth and that's what everyone gets squeezed into their brain
>>2624224thank you for making me happy.
>>2914950That's a decade and one year.
>>2614808>Yeti Dynamicspatrician taste.
>>2589656Nice studio you got there, Kubrick
>>2620339Made with paint on windows 98
>>2650414>Greatest humanity achievment>Boring as fuck
>>2614808Why is it transparent?
>>Stop mocking me!!!!!!
>>2555459Gonna dump my Apollo webms for the 50th anniversary