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The lunar rover was not pulled out of a hatch and carried down a ladder. This how it was done -> http://www.popsci.com/blog-network/vintage-space/lunar-rover-designing-and-unpacking-car-moon. Video -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5aDSYTMqyQwv=rHF5EcdLxQo #Nasalies

The lunar rover was not pulled out of a hatch and carried down a ladder.

Something I've never noticed before . . .

It's Buzz Aldrin's footprint, the man who was with Neil Armstrong. Look on Snopes for the story.>>>The comments are hilarious btw!

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The Earth is near the horizon in the photo because someone PHOTOSHOPPED it there!

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Ever look upwards toward an object that is near the crest of a hill even a small one or drive behind another car along a rolling highway? It's all about the angle of view and perspective.

Must have been a graceful landing in what looks like a grade school art project.

Flat Earth Memes 114 No dust on the legs from the landing jet wash! I didn't know that their were any Romanian windscreen squidgy washer people living on the moon back then!

I'll have to think about this one before I conclude anything...many factors here...the angle at which the photo was taken (looking down on the subject), and the face shield (or whatever it is called) is also somewhat convect, also what is the light source (and where is it located), the shadow can just be an illusion of perspective (considering everything mentioned).

I'll have to think about this one before I conclude anything...many factors here...the angle at which the photo was taken (looking down on the subject), and the face shield (or whatever it is called) is also somewhat convect, also what is the light source (and where is it located), the shadow can just be an illusion of perspective (considering everything mentioned).

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Aldrin Outside Lunar Lander - Sunlight and shadows are cast on the Apollo 11 lunar lander Eagle and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin in this image by mission commander Neil Armstrong during the first manned moon landing on July 1969

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