|Source, Time Magazine|
Were photographers on the moon, without suits? Were "fellow astronauts" with lighting spliced over the facemask or was the "shadow photographer"? "TIME" magazine is using this same image and they didn't notice?
Closeup: Photographer's Shadow w/ Tripod?
Allegedly taken from Moon
A much different perspective than that of the view from the Apollo 11 pictured below. The One and only moon landing, Apollo 11 took place back in 1969. I was in kindergarten that year. My mother, who is sitting beside me now remembers one vehicle landing on the moon and taking off from the moon. Now how did they get pictures of this? Who was in space taking pictures of the "return trip" with the moon in the back ground?
The source of this photo is NASA, listed on the Wiki page for this event in HIStory. Aside from the fact that video was in crummy black and white, yet color photos of the astronauts inside the Apollo were color, one has to wonder what happened to the moon? The American Flag is in color, the Astronauts and their suits are in color as is the "module", but the moon is black and white?
The explanation for this is now that an "Eagle" and a "Columbia" were manned separately: Michael Collins being the "pilot" of the Columbia who "flew around the moon for a day" while the others were on the surface. Anyone my age remember this? I sure don't. Neither does my mother who was twenty-five years old at the time.
Michael Collins . . . John Todd/Lance Collins - Are they related?
The planets in our system are named after gods.