[amsat-bb] Re: Evidence of moon landings....!
kq6ea at pacbell.net
Tue Jul 21 09:50:55 PDT 2009
Not so much the FCC as our wonderful public "Education" system that seems to have forgotten how to instill critical thinking in their students.
--- On Tue, 7/21/09, Joe <nss at mwt.net> wrote:
From: Joe <nss at mwt.net>
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: Evidence of moon landings....!
To: "STeve Andre'" <andres at msu.edu>, amsat-bb at amsat.org
Date: Tuesday, July 21, 2009, 9:47 AM
Why does everyone continue to try to talk to this Brain dead person.
it really goes to show how the FCC has dumbed down the tests.
STeve Andre' wrote:
>On Tuesday 21 July 2009 02:52:08 Edward Cole wrote:
>>>I'm not sure how you can have a source other than NASA, other than two
>>>hams who made independant recordings of Apollo transmissions. In 1971
>>>(summer issue) a QST article talks of Dick Knadle(sp?) KRIW who got some,
>>>and another ham, I believe W4HHK received signals as well.
>>>I'd also bet the Russian space agency has stuff.
>>>Please don't take this the wrong way, but if you have questions about any
>>>"fakery" of moon landings, find the Myth Busters TV show. They did a
>>>*really* good job of debunking several myths about how things were faked.
>>>I do not find this discussion OT for Amsat-bb, because this affects us.
>>>It erodes the effort of tens of thousands of technical people, and has
>>>ripple effects for the USA, far beyond the original topic.
>>Steve you can add my witness of the Lunar orbiter signal on S-band
>>received on a ten foot comm dish that my supervisor with JPL set up
>>in his yard using a diode mixer and a microwave signal generator for
>>LO. The signal exhibited expected Doppler shift and every 20-minutes
>>or so it dropped out (occulted by the Moon as the orbiter orbited
>>behind). This was not Apollo-11 but one of the other missions
>>afterward, to memory (long time ago - 1971). We both worked at
>>Goldstone tracking facility back then. We only detected the carrier
>>since the dish was insufficient size for recovering the modulated signal.
>>73, Ed - KL7UW (then K8MWA/K6)
>Wow... I have never talked with someone who heard "raw" signals from
>Apollo before. It must have been an amazing experience. So not quite
>enough to decode it, but enough to get the carrier. I'm sure noise has
>never been as exciting, before or since. ;-)
>Thanks for this.
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