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Title: Moon Landing Hoax


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Moon Landing Hoax
  • By Tracy, Katie, Angeline, Ronen, and Ben

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Photography
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Notice the crosshairs disappear behind bright
white objects.  They must have been added after
the photos were taken, right?
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Overexposure can cause bleeding of white areas
into dark areas seeming to overlap or obscure
dark lines.
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Moon Surface
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Unique Lunar Soil
  • Since theres no atmosphere, water, or wind,
    astronauts footprints remain imprinted
    permanently in the surface of the moon

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The best physical evidence of the landing is the
rock samples that were brought back.
  • Moon rocks are extremely unique and unlike rocks
    on earth.
  • Theyve been pelted by meteorites.
  • Solar radiation causes them to have unusual
    chemical elements and isotopes.

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Space Radiation
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  • Any human being traveling through the van Allen
    belt would have been rendered either extremely
    ill or actually killed by the radiation within a
    short time thereof

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Sources of Space Radiation
  • Solar Energetic Particles
  • Galactic Cosmic Radiation
  • Van Allen Belt

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Radiation Dosage
  • Length of exposure
  • Level of radiation, flux
  • Shielding

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  • Peak Fluxes
  • 20,000 protons cm-2s-1
  • Energy
  • 100MeV
  • Time 5 min
  • Total amount of energy absorbed
  • 6 108 MeV 106 1.6 10-19
  • 9.6 10-5 J/kg or 0.096 mSv.
  • If time 127.5min, max radiation will be 2.45
    mSv

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Average annual dose equivalent to individuals in
the US
Total dose equivalent from all sources 3.6mSv
2.45 mSv
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Technology
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What did we need to get to the moon?
  • A rocket powerful enough to launch a spacecraft
    off of earth
  • The Saturn V Rocket or moon rocket had the
    five engines available to put out a total of 7.5
    million lbs of thrust!!!

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They needed such a powerful rocket in order to
lift all 116,000lbs of the Apollo stack into
space.
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The Columbia
  • A spacecraft that would keep the astronauts alive
    for the 2 week journey

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  • The Columbia had enough room for 3 astronauts,
    and using a combination of fuel cell technology,
    and simple chemistry, the craft was able to keep
    the them alive for the required time. The craft
    was oxignated, pressurized, heated, and
    filtered.

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A suit to actually do something on the moon
  • The suits the astronauts wore on the moon were
    some of the most advanced pieces of technology
    they took with them to the moon.
  • Each was made custom for each astronaut, and was
    only used ONCE!
  • Each cost over 200,000!!!!

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Everything in the suit was designed to keep the
astronaut comfortable and alive in the harsh
vacuum of space. The suit had about 13 layers of
protection in it, yet still incredibly mobile!!
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In all, we got the technology we needed to get
there and back.
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