Moonlight affair NASA


Jack white, the expert of the image exposed “Lunar NASA Scam”, claiming that all pictures “from the moon’s surface” is fake.

I am in great awe of the many achievements of NASA. I admire the courage, dedication and sacrifice of the astronauts killed when they reach the new frontier proclaimed by President John F. Kennedy in 1960, when he promised by the end of the decade to put a man on the moon.

I am saddened by the loss of scientists to “Columbia” and “Challenger”, which has entrusted NASA with their lives. In 1986, on the television in my office I in live saw an explosion of the “Challenger”. And I watched in horror, as in 2003, that fine February morning the space Shuttle “Columbia” in a smoky plume broke apart over Texas my home. I am saddened by the death in 1967 at the launching pad in Florida, the astronauts of Apollo 1 Gus Grissom, ed white, and Roger Chaffee, who, perhaps, knew too much to be safe.

I marvel at the achievements of the space telescope “Hubble”, which shows us photos world dreams of the infinity of deep space. And pictures from Mars also help us understand our Universe.

But thousands of honest employees of NASA will be shocked and saddened to hear about the dark secrets of forty years ago — the Apollo flights to the moon. The study documents NASA discovers a terrible skeleton, rotting in their own dossier — the Grand deception. Very few NASA employees knew about the fraud, and to this day it still lurks some secret Keeper of the keys “national security”. Most likely, it was a top SECRET political and military project.

This skeleton in the closet is documented by the NASA space Agency. But the facts are indisputable. As would say Shakespeare, “Agency” blown up by his own mine,” that is, blown up by them.

And what is this dirty secret?

There are serious doubts that the Apollo missions to the moon were anything more than the most incredible hoax of all time. Whether or not the astronauts went to the moon? I don’t know. But NASA’s own data show that all of the photos of the Apollo feats should be are fakes. Most likely they were made in a secret Studio on the Ground under a top-secret military project. And if all the “lunar photographs” all “missions on the moon were fakes, the question arises “why?”

These missions were supposed to bring real photos.

To understand the “why” forged “landing a man on the moon before the end of the decade” that had been promised by John F. Kennedy in his first speech to Congress, it is necessary to return to a cold war with the Soviet Union and the vaunted “space race”. In the early 60s the Soviets were ahead of USA in space exploration. Satellite and other Red success in the United States caused a political crisis. But the Soviets likely knew that sending a man to the moon is an incredibly difficult task, and that the rhetoric Kennedy had been empty promises.

However, after Lyndon Johnson managed to kill Kennedy, he most likely came up with the brilliant (and in my view flawed) idea. He must have thought: “…experts say that we can’t fly to the moon like Kennedy promised, but I say we can! We can FAKE IT!” If Lyndon Johnson was able to implement it to simplify a very complex situation of the cold war, it would be a very successful propaganda move, which would set US superiority over communism. And I guess, that Johnson had conspired with his successor, Richard Nixon and OTHERS to conduct a carefully designed plan of deception of the world “mission to the moon”. It was a brilliant plan, implemented in strict confidence, and they are over 40 years, managed to fool the world. But everything was ruined because of their own excesses, as it is now for the first time, it became clear from the archives of NASA.

Anyone with even elemental math skills and common sense can look at the facts, do the calculations and come to their own conclusions about the alleged MASSIVE VOLUME of photos from the surface of the moon, done in such a LIMITED PERIOD of time.

Here is my conclusion: THIS COULD NOT BE DONE.

It comes down not only to study the photos for signs of tampering, although I for more than three years researching all available photos of Apollo (and discovered many fakes). Very simply — this study is known in many professions … the timing of the movements. Basic question: is it possible to make known the number of shots (from the archives of NASA) in the available period of time (from the archives of NASA)? But before you read my research to understand it, you need to know some basic information about the flight program “Apollo”:

Of the seven Apollo moon missions with the purpose to plant “people on the moon”, six were claimed as “successful”. (Apollo 13 was aborted)
Each of the six successful missions landed two astronauts “on the moon” in a fragile vehicle NASA originally had called the lunar expeditionary module (LEM, later shortened to LM) is a untested camera, which never flew in a test flight with landing on the moon. But he fell, and then took off; and so six times with a wonderful “success” in the missions of Apollo 11 and 12, and 14 through 17 … once even preludesys within 200 feet of a pre-selected target.
Each LEM to the surface of the moon was piloted by two astronauts, while one remained in the command and service module (CSM) in orbit awaiting their return.
During extravehicular activity (EVA, studies of the lunar surface) each of the two was dressed in a bulky nadutyi spacesuit with clumsy gloves, which severely limited mobility. On the back they wore a huge and heavy life support, PSA (PLSS ) backpack containing an oxygen tank and an air conditioning system with circulating water which is circulated chilled water through the suit to counter +100°/-130°C heat (and cold) of the lunar environment. Pumps circulated chilled air and the water in liquid cooled underwear, and also carried out the removal of moisture, carbon dioxide, and provide other functions necessary for survival in the harsh conditions of the limited space of the suit.
The main objective of all six missions were RESEARCH experiments, performed by two astronauts. In each mission was about a half-dozen experiments, and most of them were remarkably similar in all six missions. All of these scientific experiments included unloading equipment from the cargo Bay, its Assembly, transport to location, installation, and then conducting experiments. As you can imagine, each of these studies required a significant investment of time two people in each experiment.
In addition to working with packaged equipment for experiments, another major project were the geological survey, who were in search of samples of rocks and soil in various places, documenting, and collecting samples for delivery to Earth. It obviously took most of their TIME.
Considerable TIME was occupied with “home duties”. After landing the LEM needs to be examined for the presence of damage. Must be enabled and configured equipment for communication with the Earth, including radio and television antennas and television cameras. In each expedition to the lunar soil was established the flag of the United States. All this was done even before he began any experiments. Oh, and don’t forget “Protocol” conversation with President Nixon during Apollo 11 .
In the first three missions the astronauts had to walk to each location of the experiment. In the last three missions had the lunar Rover (LRV) to travel to remote from LEM for many miles. Partially assembled LRV was attached to the LEM. The bottom of the Rover served as a pallet for which it hinged was attached to the outside of the LEM. Number e sa were stacked at the bottom. “Pan” manually lowered to the lunar surface, while the wheels turned in the correct position. After wheel alignment the vehicle must be equipped with a significant amount of equipment from different cargo compartments of LEM. Oddly enough, there are no pictures (at least for today I couldn’t find) how the astronauts collect and equip the Rovers. Driven by batteries, the Rovers had a top speed of about 13 km/h — slightly faster than walking… how about a Golf cart. While traveling on the Rover (“sleepers”) both men were driving and while driving was not able to photograph. In addition, the spent building of time, the Rover was not used for any photography. And although I couldn’t find the data provided by NASA at the time, it is reasonable to assume that it took at least an hour for unloading, Assembly, equipment and testing of the Rover?
PHOTOGRAPHING was almost a side activity compared to the main tasks of the astronauts. Each astronaut had his own camera. (Except EVA of Apollo 11) It was specially designed with the film Hasselblad square format. For work he was attached to the breast plate of astronauts. The astronaut had to manually set the aperture value and shutter speed, having dressed in the bulky hands sealed gloves and not being able to see the setting. The cameras HAD NO VIEWFINDER, so the astronaut could only guess what was filmed. Each cell was equipped with bulk film magazine with a capacity of more than a hundred frames. The film (mostly colour film EKTACHROME) was a very narrow range of exposures, and it required PERFECT aperture and shutter speed, because according to NASA, there weren’t any cameras automatic exposure.
It is important to know that although everyone had their own camera, they ALMOST NEVER USED THEM SIMULTANEOUSLY. Usually when one photographed, the other was engaged in some business. Therefore, the presence of two cameras MEANT TWO TIMES MORE TIME ON PHOTOGRAPHY, as one would assume. Now that you are familiar with expeditions, here is my study of the excessive zeal of NASA, which is still successfully hiding.


Over three years I collected and analyzed almost all the important photos of the Apollo moon missions. These official photos are readily available for download on numerous websites NASA. I recently noticed that they take up many gigabytes of memory on the external hard drive of my computer, so I started to organize them and delete duplicates. I did a rough estimate of the number of pictures of Apollo and was struck by the fact that I have thousands of them!

I visited several official websites of NASA to see HOW many of the PHOTOS taken on the lunar surface. Surprisingly, NASA is almost completely AVOIDS the SUBJECT. Two days of search of documents and texts proved fruitless. But one of the sites, Lunar diaries, lists each photo with its catalog number. So, I had to estimate the actual number of photos taken by astronauts DURING EXTRAVEHICULAR ACTIVITY (EVA) — time spent on the surface, outside the LAM.

Here are my estimates of the actual number of EVA photos of all six missions:

Apollo-11 ……….. 121
Apollo-12 ……….. 504
Apollo-14 ……….. 374
Apollo-15 ………. 1021
Apollo-16 ………. 1765
Apollo-17 ………. 1986

It turned out that 12 astronauts while on the moon’s surface, made a total of 5771 photo.

I think it is too big number, considering that their time on the lunar surface was limited, and the astronauts had MANY OTHER things to do BESIDES PHOTOGRAPHY. So I went back to the Lunar diaries to see how much TIME was required for all scientific problems, as well as for photographing. Unlike the number of photos, this information is readily available:

Apollo-11 …….. 1 EVA ….. 2 hours, 31 minutes …… (151 minutes)
Apollo-12 …….. 2 EVA ….. 7 hours, 50 minutes …… (470 minutes)
Apollo-14 …….. 2 EVA ….. 9 hours, 25 minutes …… (565 minutes)
Apollo-15 …….. 3 EVA … 18 hours, 30 minutes …. (1110 minutes)
Apollo-16 …….. 3 EVA … 20 hours, 14 minutes …. (1214 minutes)
Apollo-17 …….. 3 EVA … 22 hours, 04 minutes …. (1324 minutes)

The total number of minutes on the moon — 4834 minutes.
The total number of photos taken — 5771 photos.

Hmmmm. That amounts to 1.19 photos every minute stay on the moon, regardless of OTHER ACTIVITIES. (You need to do ONE PICTURE EVERY 50 SECONDS!) Let’s look at other things to determine how much time you need to subtract from available photo time:

Apollo 11 …. Inspect LEM for damage, set a flag, unpack and connect the radio and the television sets work with a TV camera (360 degree panning), to establish contact with Earth (including ceremonial talk with President Nixon), unpack and plug in numerous equipment for experiments, to find, document, and collected 21.6 kg of lunar soil samples, walking through the countryside, to complete the experiments, return to LEM.

The Apollo 12 …. Inspect LEM for damage, set a flag, unpack and plug in a radio and television goods (to spend time trying repair a faulty TV camera), establish contact with Earth, unpack and plug in numerous equipment for experiments, walking on the terrain, inspect the unmanned Surveyor-3 that landed on the moon in April 1967 and retrieve Cervellera details. To install the ALSEP equipment. To find, document and collect 34,3 kg of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM.

Apollo 14 …. Inspect LEM for damage, set a flag, unpack and connect the radio and the television, to communicate with Earth, unpack and assemble the cart for transport of soil, unzip, and install numerous equipment for experiments, walking on terrain. To find, document and collect 42.8 kg of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM.

Apollo 15 …. Inspect LEM for damage, set a flag, unpack and connect the radio and the television, to communicate with Earth, unpack, assemble, equip and test the 4-wheel electric car and drive it 27 miles, unpack and install the equipment for the numerous experiments (double the amount of scientific equipment compared to the first three missions). To find, document and collect 76,7 kg of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM. (The speed of the Rover is only 13 km/h*)

Apollo-16 …. Inspect LEM for damage, set a flag, unpack and connect the radio and the television, to communicate with Earth, unpack, assemble, equip and test the 4-wheel electric car and to drive it 26 miles, unpack and install the equipment for the numerous experiments (double the amount of scientific equipment compared to the first three missions, including new ultraviolet camera, shooting a UV camera). To find, document and collect 94,5 kg of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM. (The speed of the Rover is only 13 km/h*)

Apollo 17 …. Inspect LEM for damage, set a flag, unpack and connect the radio and the television, to communicate with Earth, unpack, assemble, equip and test the 4-wheel electric car and drive it 49 km, unzip, and install the equipment for the numerous experiments. To find, document and collect 110,3 kg of rocks, conclude experiments, return to LEM. (The speed of the Rover is only 13 km/h*)

Let’s roughly calculate the MINIMUM time for these tasks and subtract from available time for photography:

Apollo 11 … subtract 2 hours (120 minutes), stays 31 minutes for shooting
The Apollo 12 … subtract 4 hours (240 minutes), is 230 minutes for shooting
Apollo 14 … subtract 3 hours (180 minutes) is 385 minutes for shooting
Apollo 15 … subtract 6 hours (360 minutes) is 750 minutes for shooting
The Apollo 16 … subtract 6 hours (360 minutes), remains 854 minutes for shooting
Apollo 17 … subtract 8 hours (480 minutes), is 844 minutes for shooting


Apollo 11 ….. 121 photos in 31 minutes …….. 3.90 photos per minute
The Apollo 12 ….. 504 photos in 230 minutes …….. 2.19 photos per minute
Apollo 14 ….. 374 photos in 385 minutes …….. 0.97 photos per minute
Apollo 15 … 1021 photo is for 750 minutes …….. 1.36 photos per minute
The Apollo 16 … 1765 photos in 854 minutes …… 2.06 photos in a minute
Apollo 17 1986 … photos in 844 minutes …… 2.35 pictures in a minute

Or, to put it simply:

Apollo-11 …….. one photo every 15 seconds
Apollo-12 …….. one photo every 27 seconds
Apollo-14 …….. one photo every 62 seconds
Apollo-15 …….. one photo every 44 seconds.
Apollo-16 …….. one photo every 29 seconds
Apollo-17 …….. one photo every 26 seconds

So you decide. Considering all the facts, is it possible to make so many pictures in such a short time?

Any professional photographer will tell you that this is impossible. Almost every photo is another scene or another location requiring travel. Some of the locations we had to go 48 km. very carefully had to remove some stereo pairs and panoramas. Each picture was taken without a viewfinder, using manual camera settings, with no automatic metering, while at the same time while in a bulky spacesuit with clumsy gloves hard.

The Agency wants to force the whole world to believe that 5771 photographs were taken in 4834 minutes! IF I had NOT DONE ANYTHING EXCEPT SHOOTING, and even then such a feat is obviously impossible … the more perfect along with the rest of the documented activities of the astronauts. Imagine … 1.19 photos every minute, while people on the moon — it’s one picture every 50 SECONDS!

The secret you tried to hide by NASA, was discovered: a number of photos supposedly showing The lunar EVA, could not be done on the moon is impossible in such a short time. So why are there all these pictures? How were these pictures obtained? Did ANYONE actually go to the moon? Or it really was the greatest hoax in history?

Notes: * According to Andrew Chaikin (Andrew Chaikin), author of “man on the moon (A Man on the Moon), the average speed of the Rover is only from 8 to 11 km/h that will further reduce the time for taking pictures.

About the author:

Jack white (Jack White, 1927-2012) had a bachelor’s degree in journalism, and was interested in art and history, and he made a successful career in the advertising business. Being for more than half a century by a professional photographer, Jack white was an expert in all aspects of photography, but his speciality was the image. No doubt, Jack white was an expert in the case concerning the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and worked as photoconductance for the special Committee on political assassinations (HSCA) of the U.S. house of representatives during the hearings. White released two videocassettes of their photo-studies of this murder, and was also a consultant to Oliver stone’s “John F. Kennedy: Shots in Dallas”.

It is quite natural that white has for many years followed the debate “fly or not”. But only in 2001, after the documentary Fox TV “if we Flew to the moon?” he decided to conduct an in-depth study of images of the lunar EVA and found that literally hundreds of them are anomalous, given the environment in which they were allegedly made. In other words, if you want the photos to be placed on the surface of the moon, they fake.

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