This means that the craft was lagging three times behind NASA's actual ascent record.
(See green underline – 105.0 secs, 23,999 metres.)
"With such a start to the flight, the Apollo 11 craft had no chance of catching up with the required ascent schedule", states the veteran of Baikonur Cosmodrome N. V. Lebedev. Indeed, according to NASA's records, the burn of the first stage of the Saturn V is about 60% of 162 seconds. Respectively, by 106th second the first stage has burnt about 60% of its fuel, and it has made less than 1/8th of its required journey.
And so one can reasonably ask: where will this rocket finish its flight, if not in waters of the Atlantic Ocean?
And hence a very obvious question now follows: who wants to end his days with a flight during which there’ll be a disastrous crash into the water, and (quite possibly) never surfacing? Therefore, the most likely scenario is that the rocket was unmanned.
You can pull NASA data quotes all the live long day Race,
It's that....vs....the Investigative discovery and numbers crunch on Saturn V
You can allways fall back on Russia/Putin tamper with NASA data,...like the Minions who
Believe Russia/Putin Hacked the Election and DNC.
The Russian study is devastating evidence the Saturn V was underpowered to lift everything
NASA claimed as equipment packaged to the Moon.
We saw it on TV....and NASA/JPL said...
Well Race,...after False Flag 911,
Many people will not fall into mind control line when TV said, NASA said is tossed out.
We return you to TV said .....NASA/JPL....said : )
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