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Racho Wrote:
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> excerpt:
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> The space shuttle has triple paned,
> optical-quality windows. Thirty-seven window panes
> in eleven different sizes and shapes are produced
> for each Orbiter. The fused silica outer panes of
> the forward windshields are designed to withstand
> high atmosphere reentry temperatures. The inner,
> tempered alumino-silicate glass pane is called the
> pressure pane. It is designed for maximum strength
> to withstand the shuttle's cabin pressure in the
> vacuum of space. The thick fused silica middle
> pane is capable of withstanding both the reentry
> temperature and the cabin pressure
>
> Hi Tbird,
>
> Given the techno capabilities of the 60's ie:
> Blackbird or any other fighter...
>
> look at the picture in the link above and tell me
> why we shouldn't expect the lunacy lander to have
> something similar...anything similar?
>
> I'll be honest and openly state that I'm amazed,
> and disturbed, by the level of cognitive
> dissonance on display here. The lander looks and
> feels as though it was a hastily constructed back
> yard project and yet it is defended by the
> believers...where is the common sense? As a btw,
> as you know, there are probably an easy 40+ other
> reasons to question but on this one issue alone,
> I'm told to disregard the shoddy construction
> because it's just not necessary on a trip to the
> moon. Placing aside the VA belts and photography
> stuff for the moment, precision is out the window
> on a project with billions of dollars involved?
>
> Super true that the populace is easily fooled by
> the big lie. Gov't told me they went - and was on
> tv - so of course it happened. pfft. laughable.
>
> Weird to recognize that some just can't overcome
> false beliefs.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> The space shuttle has triple paned,
> optical-quality windows. Thirty-seven window panes
> in eleven different sizes and shapes are produced
> for each Orbiter. The fused silica outer panes of
> the forward windshields are designed to withstand
> high atmosphere reentry temperatures. The inner,
> tempered alumino-silicate glass pane is called the
> pressure pane. It is designed for maximum strength
> to withstand the shuttle's cabin pressure in the
> vacuum of space. The thick fused silica middle
> pane is capable of withstanding both the reentry
> temperature and the cabin pressure


Hello Racho; you wrote: “…look at the picture in the link above and tell me why we shouldn't expect the lunacy lander to have something similar...anything similar?"





From the Apollo News Reference, Lunar Module, Quick Reference Data sheet: ”The two triangular windows in the front face assembly each have approximately 2 square feet of viewing area…The docking window above the Commander’s flight station has approximately 80 square inches of viewing area…All three windows consist of two separated panes, vented to space. The outer pane is of low-strength, annealed material that inhibits micrometeoroid penetration…”

“Because landers were designed to be used only in spacenot to withstand re-entry into earth’s atmosphere—engineers had no need to factor atmospheric friction into their design. Thus, says NASM curator Allan Needell, “the lunar module looks flimsy and gangly—it’s a very pure design built for a very specific mission.”

Source: SMITHSONIAN MAGAZINE



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Subject Views Written By Posted
To the moon and back... 3642 Racho 04-Jan-18 08:09
Re: To the moon and back... 463 Thunderbird 06-Jan-18 18:10
Grissom and the horrible 'accident' 438 Racho 07-Jan-18 08:08
Re: They went around the Moon Apollo 8 379 molder 17-Jan-18 12:20
Re: They went around the Moon Apollo 8 352 Racho 17-Jan-18 20:31
Re: They went around the Moon Apollo 8 351 molder 18-Jan-18 11:26
Re: They went around the Moon Apollo 8 348 Racho 18-Jan-18 17:52
Re: They went around the Moon Apollo 10 368 molder 19-Jan-18 11:30
Making up ones mind... 341 Racho 21-Jan-18 21:45
Re: Making up ones mind... 433 molder 21-Jan-18 22:53
Re: Making up ones mind... 306 Thunderbird 08-Mar-18 17:19
Re: To the moon and back... 320 Race Jackson 07-Mar-18 18:51
Re: To the moon and back... 305 Racho 07-Mar-18 20:04
Re: To the moon and back... 314 carolb 07-Mar-18 20:29
Re: To the moon and back... 306 Race Jackson 08-Mar-18 15:22
Re: To the moon and back... 304 carolb 08-Mar-18 15:38
Re: No Man placed a reflector on the Moon 316 Thunderbird 08-Mar-18 01:42
Re: No Man placed a reflector on the Moon 325 carolb 08-Mar-18 01:58
At least admit the truth of the matter Carol 336 Racho 08-Mar-18 03:22
I do hope for a reply...either from you or others re: Van Allen belt 335 Racho 08-Mar-18 04:23
Re: Size matters 302 Thunderbird 08-Mar-18 17:44
Re: To the moon and back... 292 Race Jackson 08-Mar-18 20:57
Re: Apollo 11 to the Moon.....Nope.....not happening : ) 329 Thunderbird 08-Mar-18 21:46
Re: To the moon and back... 300 ldennyjr 28-Mar-18 21:59
cardboard airlock doors... 296 Racho 29-Mar-18 01:20
Re: To the moon and back... 289 Race Jackson 29-Mar-18 21:59
Direct question then (not that I haven't posed any before ...) 306 Racho 30-Mar-18 06:49
Re: Direct question then (not that I haven't posed any before ...) 302 ldennyjr 30-Mar-18 21:03
Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 293 Racho 01-Apr-18 01:01
Re: NASA is Occult/FreeMasonic deception and Propoganda 293 Thunderbird 02-Apr-18 18:12
Re: NASA is Occult/FreeMasonic deception and Propoganda 263 Race Jackson 03-Apr-18 16:09
Windows matter... 333 Racho 05-Apr-18 01:00
Re: Windows matter... 351 Dr. Troglodyte 05-Apr-18 21:45
Re: Windows matter... 295 ldennyjr 06-Apr-18 02:01
Re: lol!.....the Smithsonian magazine 324 Thunderbird 08-Apr-18 00:52
Re: Eyes wide open... 322 Thunderbird 08-Apr-18 01:14
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 267 Race Jackson 03-Apr-18 16:15
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 269 ldennyjr 03-Apr-18 17:17
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 269 Racho 03-Apr-18 18:33
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 271 ldennyjr 03-Apr-18 20:17
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 284 Racho 03-Apr-18 21:03
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 276 ldennyjr 04-Apr-18 00:47
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 308 carolb 04-Apr-18 01:09
As a heavy machinist... 295 Racho 04-Apr-18 06:35
Re: As a heavy machinist... 266 ldennyjr 04-Apr-18 22:38
So what? 276 Racho 04-Apr-18 23:28
Re: So what? 282 ldennyjr 05-Apr-18 13:40
Re: So what? 555 ldennyjr 11-Apr-18 13:37
Re: As a heavy machinist... 306 carolb 05-Apr-18 15:04
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 277 WhoWeird 03-Apr-18 21:37
Re: Simple science question? Does AC even work in the vaccum of space...? 271 Racho 03-Apr-18 21:39
Re: To the moon and back... 301 Race Jackson 30-Mar-18 16:20
Re: To the moon and back... 277 Race Jackson 04-Apr-18 21:52
Re: To the moon and back... 271 ldennyjr 06-Apr-18 17:28
Re: To the moon and back... 322 carolb 06-Apr-18 19:01


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