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  1. Rupert Ugo

    The Apollo landings - explain this

    Because I live in England and I am filthy rich. No troll, they didn't. All kept at the Marshall Space Flight Centre. They went, spare me your hypothetical trollshit. The OP says we went, if you don't understand why, then you are just too thick?
  2. Rupert Ugo

    Is the Sun conscious.

    This one? https://forum.davidicke.com/showthread.php?t=77873&highlight=eclipse+1976 Probably not, but - there are still people on the DIF with full privileges still - "positiveevitisop" " leighcgilbert" to name a couple. You can still logon to DIF and send messages, so maybe PM them and ask them to do an advanced search on your threads?
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    The Apollo landings - explain this

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=VjA9uJ2dFCI
  4. Rupert Ugo

    The Apollo landings - explain this

    You are repeating the same shit again. Now, which part of my child proof statement didn't you get? I have watched the ascent footage for this mission. hundreds of times. YOU ARE TALKING BOLLOCKS. You also seem clueless with vocabulary. I accuse you and others of provably exactly What you are doing. Avoiding the OP. I avoid nothing, your observation is as stated - made up shit.
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    The Apollo landings - explain this

    Yes it is. Failed to look?? GTFO! I looked at it 15 years ago and at regular intervals since. Made Up Shit. Sod off, it's my thread, you're avoiding the evidence in post one. Take your hopeless ignorance elsewhere. Delta-v is not this:
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    The Apollo landings - explain this

    Oh FFS! It's not lack of reason to say your daft opinion is made up shit! I "arrogantly" criticise others mainly because they cowardly ignore the crux of the damn thread! That's you! You're avoiding responses as well. The delta-v? And?
  7. Rupert Ugo

    The Apollo landings - explain this

    No. You are making up shit. You tell me. What world do you see generations of physicists missing that there wasn't "enough" whilst people who wouldn't know the difference between delta-v and a hippo fart have somehow "figured it out"? The ascent stage had 2.222 km/s delta-v. it takes about 1.72 km/s delta-v to attain orbit.
  8. I looked at your ridiculous antics with pictures. You need to get out more.
  9. Rupert Ugo

    The Apollo landings - explain this

    The exact thing I told you! The craft follows an elliptical intersect orbit and you really need to stop listening to ignorant youtuber.
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    The Apollo landings - explain this

    I already dug it and buried it. The man is a buffoon who doesn't know what space travel works like. He is a snake oil salesman preying on the easily led with his ludicrous list of books. ""At a point 43,495 miles from the Moon, lunar gravity exerted a force equal to the gravity of the Earth, then some 200,000 miles distant." - Wernher von Braun (Time Magazine, July 25, 1969.)"
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    The Apollo landings - explain this

    It comes from the ONLY source for the quote, YOUR bloke. Lift the whole text and put it in quotes to find the link. I'm not giving the idiot free advertising links.
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    The Apollo landings - explain this

    I just explained to you what von Braun was referring to. Why are you doing this Lagrange crap? There is no "glaring discrepancy"! The equigravisphere is NOT the bloody Lagrange point (A STRAIGHT LINE - NEVER used in space travel!) it is where the two gravity influences are equal. There are an infinite number of these points depending on where in space the object is. "...…………..It was Steckling, for example, who first pointed out that Dr. Von Braun's statements to Time magazine in 1969, after the first lunar landings, that the equigravisphere was located at some 43,500 miles from the surface of the Moon " Any time you want to concede that the youtube idiot may be wrong - fine by me. https://www.honeysucklecreek.net/msfn_missions/Apollo_17_mission/hl_apollo_17.html "A few minutes later, at 250:37:00 GET (0030:00 AEDT), 62,638.3 kilometres from the Moon and 317,790 kilometres from Earth, they left the Moon’s gravity, passing through the equigravisphere. Houston advised them, “And America, you’re now in Earth’s control. We passed it two minutes ago.”" How about from a renowned expert? http://apollohoax.proboards.com/post/37199/thread "The curved patch from Earth to Moon is the translunar trajectory. It begins from the parking orbit around Earth and ends when the spacecraft crosses into the Moon's sphere of influence. Not shown is the retrograde-curving path of the spacecraft as it orbits the Moon clockwise after entering its sphere of influence. The crossover point does not lie on the line between Earth and Moon, nor is it simply the place where the gravity forces become equal. The naive "neutral point" computation merely considers Earth and Moon as two fixed, stationary masses and finds a point between them that simultaneously solves the static gravitation problem. That's not how the physics works in real life. The "sphere of influence" is not a hard-edged circle as shown. Bate is simplifying the problem at this point in the text. There's no sign posted saying, "Lunar gravity -- keep off." As you can imagine, as the spacecraft approaches the Moon its path is gradually more influenced by lunar gravity. For navigation purposes, the "sphere of influence" is simply where it makes more sense to stop considering the spacecraft's (transfer) orbit as an Earth-centered orbits with lunar perturbations, and to start considering it as a Moon-centered orbit with Earth perturbations. As a matter of rigor, the patched-conic approach Bate illustrates here is the starting point to an iterative solution of a restricted three-body gravitation problem, which has no closed form and requires precomputation on a powerful computer."
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    The Apollo landings - explain this

    LMAO. This old chestnut? For you, I would be delighted to explain this in exquisite detail. When a craft is travelling to the Moon, it travels in what is classed as a highly elliptical orbit. If you take the maximum speed as near as dammit escape velocity from the Earth, something like this: https://airandspace.si.edu/multimedia-gallery/5317hjpg When it is at the neutral point between the two, it is not some daft straight line between Earth and Moon, it is a point on the ellipse. It is also incorporating the fact that the craft wants to arrive at where the Moon will BE when it gets to the tip of the orbit. The Moon is not yet there. This rough diagram below explains it. The red dot is the neutral point, the purple lines are what that means in terms of where each of them are. Not to scale, but you get the gist. THAT is why you should not listen to morons on youtube! This below is the failsafe free return trajectory, but it shows the way the midpoint works:
  14. Rupert Ugo

    The Apollo landings - explain this

    NO IT IS NOT!! It is some idiotic "doctor" of bloody "Christianity" talking horseshit. If you want to talk about the OP, summarize what he says and argue about it.
  15. Rupert Ugo

    The Apollo landings - explain this

    No. Check out the OP - stop posting off topic crap from idiots.
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