Is the first man that lend on the moon or it was just a film made in hollywood? I want proofs
Why haven't we gone back to the moon? With today's technology, the trip should be easier (not trivial, but easier) than what the astronauts encountered in 1969-1972. There is a lot of information on the moon that can help us explain the original of Earth and solar system, as well as the establishment of a space colony. But why havent we gone back? Humans are explorers by nature. So why dont we go back? I'll tell you why. Because we never went there in the first place. Why didnt we go there in the first place? Answer Radiation from cosmic rays and solar flares. In fact, there is a permanent field of radiation between earth and the moon called the Van Allen Radiation Belt. The Earth's magnetic field protects us from this radiation belt, thus, we can go to space and orbit the earth without any harmful effects on the astronauts. However, if we were to venture outside the protective magnetic field of earth, the astronaunts would be exposed to this form of radiation that would make it impossible to survive. And, if they were to survive the trip, Neil Armstrong would have surely developed radiation-mediated medical effects such as cancer. Instead, he lived a long a posperous life with no signs of radiation poison. So, physically, there was no way to perform this trip without the astronauts dying either immediately or within a time frame more consistent with radiation poisoning.
how is magnus's more convincing and realistic. what proof does he have. he isnt a doctor. nor did he mention that people exposed to radiation have lived years after exposure as well. why havent we gone back? oh I dont know maybe cause the attempts we had failed. as you can see not very many people are willing to die the next time around for no reason. thats why we send probes or satelites to orbit places or to land and explore for us. we sent things to explore the radiation and what effects it would have on spacecraft before we went to the moon. another thing is we are able to make equipment to help protect against radiation. if you look at people like in these crazy white suits during some experiments what do you think they have them on for and why nothing happens to them. radiation protection. really do some research on things people. plus would you go explore on the moon if you knew the last two attempts were I don't know incomplete due to explosions. if you need proof of explosions they have spacecraft footage. and how blackboxes. and a spacecraft of any kind isnt even close to cheap. and no one cares to help out.
Emmy is exactly right. The flag is waving so much because there is no air to resist the motion, not because of any wind. If you continue to watch the film of the moon landing, you will see that as soon as the astronauts stop handling the flagpole, the flag remains utterly motionless.
Mythbusters went so far as putting a flag in a vacuum chamber, waving it around, and comparing the results to the original film. It's worth watching if you're interested in seeing the proof for yourself.
Also, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter took photos last week of all the moon landing sites. Gizmodo posted them to their site here:
The flag doesn't flap from the wind. But from the movement by the astronauts.
A flag actually 'waves' more in a vacuum! Proof it was on the moon. It wouldn't wave as much on the earth unless there was a wind. In which case if there was wind, we should see other evidence of it, blowing sand/dust.
from google:The first man to walk on the Moon was American astronaut Neil Armstrong (1930– ). He accomplished this feat on July 20, 1969, becoming the first human from Earth to do so.
but why the flag flap there is no air on the moon ,this is the only fault that they have made in making the movie
thank you for your proof magnus 1 ,your answer is the most convincing and realistic one