Project to develop side effects of time travel technology


TimeFlipper

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You need to research much more...All the Apollo astronauts landed in daytime when the Sun was up, and they even reported that the brightest stars were definitely visible, when they stood in the shadow of their Lunar Modules, and raised their outer protective visors...

Stars can be seen from the ISS, check that out for yourself...

The only thing that i cant see is the video clip that you posted, all ive got on my screen is, An error occurred. Please try again later. (Playback ID:JIhZDdaDkI22S0g0) :LOL:..
 

TimeFlipper

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so they were on the lunar surface without helmet glass? hehe
What a shame you can`t read properly....I said very clearly that they, raised their "outer protective visors" which simply means that the space suits had an added "exterior" (which means outside of space suit) sun visor shield, but of course you will say anything to try and justify your "dark sun" in space, ah well study study study :LOL:..
 

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