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Driving on the Moon in HD
High definition stabilized footage of the LRV being driven around on the surface of the Moon.
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#8 Posted by
on 14 June, 2011, 7:04
this is really cool - I just learned the other day how to stabilize shaky video with AfterEffects - how were you able to render it in HD? I really like how the horizon is so much closer than it would be on Earth and that's one of the points people who think we never went there make to prove that all these old 16 mm are fake - looks too much like a movie set, they say. Funny how the closer horizon actually helps prove we did go since the Moon is much smaller than Earth and the horizon would be closer. I will always remember seeing the 1st man stepping out on the moon when I was 12 years old in ...
#9 Posted by
on 14 June, 2011, 9:10
nice Arizona desert
#10 Posted by
on 14 June, 2011, 9:12
in the last 12 seconds of this, at the top right hand corner of the screen, IS THAT THE MOON??????? JEEEEEEEEEEEEEZ
#11 Posted by
on 14 June, 2011, 9:59
in the last 12 seconds of this, at the top right hand corner of the screen, IS THAT THE MOON??????? JEEEEEEEEEEEEEZ no its the uplink antenna dish, and its lnb has been popping in and out of shot at the top of the screen all through the clip
#12 Posted by
on 14 June, 2011, 20:38
You certainly CAN see stars from the moon, IF light from the sun and earth are not interfering.
#13 Posted by
on 15 June, 2011, 16:20
sure this isn't fake?...reminds me of a certain landing XD
#14 Posted by
on 25 June, 2011, 15:23
And still no stars in the moon sky... You are just a young kid, aren't you? Was there something you wanted to know...like perhaps why you can't see them there in the sky? HINT: It's broad daylight.
#15 Posted by
on 25 June, 2011, 15:26
There is no sky in the moon, cause there is no atmosphere : just outer space, and it is by no mean pitch black! What color is it, oh enlightened one! What color is space?
#16 Posted by
on 25 June, 2011, 15:27
sure this isn't fake?...reminds me of a certain landing XD What's that mean?
#17 Posted by
on 8 September, 2016, 1:54
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