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however, such is revealed by recent advance in science and the credibility of opinion, prior to this knowledge, may be questioned thereby:

"After 40 years there does not seem to be much moon dust covering the man-made trails. It probably will take about 10 million to 100 million years for dust to cover them".. Professor Robinson [m.thenational.ae]

similarly, [www.sciencechannel.com] related to footprints on the Moon and the subject of topic referred to in footnote*

In considering the phenomenon of levitating particles over the Lunar surface (linked to below), the reader can contemplate the paradoxical implications wrt dispersion and associated disturbance:
[www.galaxy-monitor.com]

Levitating Moon dust:
[www.sciencealert.com]

Is NASA shooting themselves in the foot :o) or simply sweeping offending particles under the rug? - perhaps neither because they are squeaking clean ;-]


*footnote:
a topic relating to the Lunar footprints was posted in 2009 on the Science & Space forum 
[grahamhancock.com]
however, I opted to continue here to facilitate anticipated conflicting opinion.

"I think it pretty sad, NASA felt compelled to take these photos primarily as refutation to the sceptics and Apollo moon hoax believers. Really it is a waste of money and resources." Voyager
[grahamhancock.com]

"NASA never put a man on the moon.." Thunderbird
[grahamhancock.com]

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Subject Views Written By Posted
dust particles on Moon float several centimetres above the surface... 2878 hendrik dirker 06-Mar-17 12:21
Re: dust particles on Moon float several centimetres above the surface... 286 D-Archer 06-Mar-17 14:38
Re: dust particles on Moon float several centimetres above the surface... 370 Thunderbird 08-Mar-17 16:02
Re: dust particles on Moon float several centimetres above the surface... 289 hendrik dirker 13-Mar-17 10:06
Re: dust particles on Moon float several centimetres above the surface... 408 carolb 13-Mar-17 21:59
Re: view of Earth 322 hendrik dirker 14-Mar-17 19:26
Re: view of Earth 526 carolb 14-Mar-17 19:52
astronauts' account of Earth from Moon surface ? 258 hendrik dirker 01-Apr-17 18:36
Re: astronauts' account of Earth from Moon surface ? 250 carolb 01-Apr-17 19:22
Re: astronauts' account of Earth from Moon surface ? 310 hendrik dirker 02-Apr-17 07:57
Re: astronauts' account of Earth from Moon surface ? 637 carolb 02-Apr-17 12:12


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