Film shot from the 16mm DAC camera during EVA 2 showing Mount Hadley. Mount Hadley rises about 15000 feet above the plain.
One of the most magnificent of the Apollo landing sites, Apollo 15's lunar rover camera swings around to view down Hadley Rille.
more at http://scitech.quickfound.net/astro/project_apollo.html "Astronauts: David R. Scott, Alfred M. Worden, and James B. Irwin
PART-1 Dave Scott and James Irwin are performing EVA-2. In part 1 they explore Station 6 and 6A on the Mount Hadley, Station 7
A video by GoneToPlaid, Which was removed when his account was closed. Re-uploaded here for future reference.
Watch the motion of the dust as he digs... It shows very well the motion in 1/6th g and very clearly the vacuum. It is clearest at the 6:
Disney Fixed in Place A Fake Hollow Rock in The Nevada Fake Moon Bay. This video as you hear & see it, is located for download
16 mm film shot from the Lunar Module Pilot's window during the landing of Apollo 15 at Hadley Rille. Starts at about 5000 feet
Apollo 15 astronauts being instructed on rover deployment. No audio.
Apollo 15 crew rehearsing EVA activities.
This video is best viewed in HD. Moontrue has found the image that aulis.com used in their article disputing the Apollo 15 surface
Not having brought the studio along with me on holiday, I don't have access to sound. But, I will reply to the conspirisists claim that
Aulis.com claims that the mountains in all the Apollo surface photos are too smooth to be real. Real mountains are rugged and
http://helpfulwaves.blogspot.com/p/extracting-from-audio.... I have matched the area-specific molecular magnetic field of Apollo 15
Lunar landing as soon from lunar module window. Astronaut SCOTT working around Rover, walks to left and mounts. Rover ride
The Apollo 15 Landing sequence from the DAC mounted in the LMPs window - realligned to show what the LMP probably saw.
Mount Hadley to the right, Dune Crater straight ahead. Filmed w/ on-board 16mm DAC synched to radio telemetry broadcast to
Apollo 15 Rover footage.
Mons Hadley is a massif in the northern portion of the Montes Apenninus, a range in the northern hemisphere of the Moon. The
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