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8 days to the moon and back - bbc 2

Postby HunterST_BFC » Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:04 pm

8 days to the moon and back - bbc 2

Just a heads up.
This is a brilliant bit of TV
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Postby Spijed » Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:10 pm

They never said where the moon landings were filmed.

I presume the set has long since been dismantled.

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Re: 8 days to the moon and back - bbc 2

Postby Steve1956 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:30 pm

Spijed wrote:They never said where the moon landings were filmed.

I presume the set has long since been dismantled.

:roll:

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Postby Bosscat » Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:40 pm

Spijed wrote:They never said where the moon landings were filmed.

I presume the set has long since been dismantled.

Sea of Tranquility on the Moon lad :) its a bit far to go and dismantle and also it would f**k up the tidal system here if the Moon was Dismantled :D
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Postby Steve1956 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:45 pm

Bosscat wrote:Sea of Tranquility on the Moon lad :) its a bit far to go and dismantle and also it would f**k up the tidal system here if the Moon was Dismantled :D

:lol:

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Postby Bosscat » Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:48 pm

;)
Steve1956 wrote::lol:
:D

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Postby Steve1956 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:51 pm

I don't get these conspiracy theories that the moon landing,9/11 never happened.....we saw them both with our own eyes! .............didn't we :D

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Postby Bosscat » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:07 pm

Steve1956 wrote:I don't get these conspiracy theories that the moon landing,9/11 never happened.....we saw them both with our own eyes! .............didn't we :D

I did :D

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Postby joey13 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:09 pm

It’s amazing how some people still think US landed on the moon 50 years ago :lol:

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Postby Steve1956 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:12 pm

joey13 wrote:It’s amazing how some people still think US landed on the moon 50 years ago :lol:

See, :D ....prove they didn't! :lol:

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Postby tim_noone » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:15 pm

Steve1956 wrote:See, :D ....prove they didn't! :lol:

Prove they did.....

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Postby Bosscat » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:16 pm

tim_noone wrote:Prove they did.....

They did :D

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Postby Steve1956 » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:16 pm

tim_noone wrote:Prove they did.....

The yanks said they landed on the moon,prove they didn't.

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Postby box_of_frogs » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:18 pm

tim_noone wrote:Prove they did.....

1. With a high power telescope you can see the equipment left behind.
2. Do you think the USSR would have rolled over and accepted ‘false landings’ when they were desperate to be first themselves?

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Postby tim_noone » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:20 pm

Steve1956 wrote:The yanks said they landed on the moon,prove they didn't.

Is Donald Trump a yank?

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Postby Fretters » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:22 pm

Sorry to slightly change track but has anyone seen Capricorn One? Great film about a hoax trip to Mars.
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Postby karatekid » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:24 pm

No-one has ever been back because the moon is made of cheese and we have enough cheese on earth. When we run out of cheese we will have a war over who owns the moon and which of our many Gods should be worshipped for creating it.
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Postby NottsClaret » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:27 pm

One for all the conspiracy nut jobs, is it just the first landing which is a hoax, or all six of them?

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Postby tim_noone » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:29 pm

Fretters wrote:Sorry to slightly change track but has anyone seen Capricorn One? Great film about a hoax trip to Mars.

Granada.. Did a news report on Landing on Mars in 1977.....believed out on TV back then. It was April 1st.

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Postby Bosscat » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:29 pm

tim_noone wrote:Prove they did.....

No need Tim to prove it.... it happened m8

https://www.thenakedscientists.com/arti ... t-happened

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Postby Bosscat » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:32 pm

tim_noone wrote:Granada.. Did a news report on Landing on Mars in 1977.....believed out on TV back then. It was April 1st.

BBC Panorama did an April 1st Spaghetti Tree spoof in the 50's.

Why would a Granada spoof men on mars prove men did not land on the moon :D :lol:

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Postby JohnMac » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:51 pm

One of several events in my lifetime I am so pleased to have 'witnessed' during the worldwide coverage.

If your life flashes before you as you check out, my memorable moments will far outweigh the rubbish times.

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Postby martin_p » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:52 pm

Superb watch, sat gripped for the whole 90 minutes (although I already knew how it ended).
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Postby Six fingers » Wed Jul 10, 2019 10:57 pm

But the guys who went didn't swear on the bible
And would have if I had been !

https://youtu.be/jc7gsdonMHw

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Postby tim_noone » Wed Jul 10, 2019 11:04 pm

Bosscat wrote:BBC Panorama did an April 1st Spaghetti Tree spoof in the 50's.

Why would a Granada spoof men on mars prove men did not land on the moon :D :lol:

It wouldn't I was responding to fretters post 16.

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Postby Dublin7Claret » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:27 am

martin_p wrote:Superb watch, sat gripped for the whole 90 minutes (although I already knew how it ended).


Well don't spoil it for the rest of us ;-)

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Postby Spike » Thu Jul 11, 2019 6:13 am

Steve1956 wrote::roll:


2 Mormons approached me a few seasons ago on a Saturday morning. Close season or I wouldn’t have been shopping
Partly blocked our way and insisted on chatting although I said NO

Are you American I asked to which they nodded

Well I don’t even believe you’ve been to the moon so don’t tell me ewt else I said!

Gobsmacked I walked away they were speechless

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Postby Billy Balfour » Thu Jul 11, 2019 8:50 am

Thanks for reminding me about this. I'll catch up on the iPlayer.

They were brave men - all of them who went on the Apollo missions, from test pilots to moon landings. Can you imagine what it must be like to have utter loonbags coming up to them and trying to make them swear on the Bible - basically calling these brave men liars?

This is what Buzz did to one persistent attention seeking idiot for calling him a coward, a lier and a thief. Good on him!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lw9azZmLxtw
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Postby dushanbe » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:14 am

Theres also a good BBC podcast, '13 minutes to the moon' that goes into incredible detail about amongst other things, the rockets and technology.

One thing I didn't really know was that by the time the Soviets had launched sputnik, the US was trailing and they needed a project that was even on paper, so far in advance of what the Soviets had achieved, it just nullified their advantage - essentially even with Sputnik the Soviets were no nearer landing on the moon than the US.

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Postby theroyaldyche » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:19 am

tim_noone wrote:Is Donald Trump a yank?


Donald trumps not even american

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Postby houseboy » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:36 am

Steve1956 wrote:I don't get these conspiracy theories that the moon landing,9/11 never happened.....we saw them both with our own eyes! .............didn't we :D

I have heard many people doubting the moon landings mate but I have never heard anyone questioning 9/11 as actually happening. The only doubt over that seems to be who did it (I'll not start a whole other debate on that one). As for the moon landings that is quite a common conspiracy with many logical sounding arguments but I watched, what I think was, the landings and feel that there is no doubt in my mind. I have said for years that they happened, at least initially, at the hight of the cold war and the Russians would no doubt have been monitoring the whole thing. Perhaps I'm being niaive but is it not safe to assume that if nothing took off and left for the moon (and returned) the Russians would have been shouting to all who would listen 'Hold on, nothing has left the earth for the moon. We have been watching this carefully and we can definitely say without any doubt that this is a massive piece of propaganda by the imperialist dogs' (or words to that effect). For me the silence of the Russians on this is proof that it did actually happen.

Or maybe I'm just being romantic and want it to have happened. ;)

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Postby houseboy » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:42 am

What were the first words spoken on the moon? The answer by the way is not obvious.


I just know someone is going to come on here and say 'Why would they say 'obvious' anyway'? Ha ha - got in before you.

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Postby Bosscat » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:47 am

houseboy wrote:What were the first words spoken on the moon? The answer by the way is not obvious.


I just know someone is going to come on here and say 'Why would they say 'obvious' anyway'? Ha ha - got in before you.

"Houston Tranquility base here, The Eagle has Landed...."

But may have been some tech stuff as they 1st touched down...

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Postby Sproggy » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:52 am

"Contact" or "Shutdown" depending on when you consider they were on the surface.

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Postby FactualFrank » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:56 am

"Okay" I think was the first word.
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Postby Sausage » Thu Jul 11, 2019 11:58 am

houseboy wrote:What were the first words spoken on the moon?


"Houston, we appear to have landed at Ewood Park."
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Postby Billy Balfour » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:06 pm

houseboy wrote:What were the first words spoken on the moon?


Planet Earth is blue and there's nothing I can do?

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Postby CombatClaret » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:17 pm

If you liked this you should seek out Apollo 11 the recent feature length documentary using exclusively archive footage (in some cases unseen ) and original audio.

Trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpLrp0SW8yg

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Postby Bosscat » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:29 pm

houseboy wrote:What were the first words spoken on the moon? The answer by the way is not obvious.


I just know someone is going to come on here and say 'Why would they say 'obvious' anyway'? Ha ha - got in before you.

OK I cheated here and googled it... :lol:

https://www.politifact.com/texas/articl ... oken-moon/

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Postby houseboy » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:33 pm

Most people think it was 'The Eagle has landed' but in fact it was, apparently, 'the red light is on' or some such stuff, followed by 'the Eagle has landed'.

Boss I think you were nearest with 'some technical stuff'. I particularly like Sausage's 'we appear to have landed at Ewood Park' apart from the fact that there is actually more atmosphere on the moon. :lol:
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Postby FactualFrank » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:35 pm

Some quick digging:

The “first word spoken on the Moon” depends on just when you consider the landing to have taken place. If it’s at the point when any portion of Eagle touches the lunar surface, then this happens at 102:45:40, and the first word spoken is “contact.” If we mean the first word spoken after Eagle is stable on the lunar surface, then it would be around 102:45:43, and might have been any in the sequence of “Okay, engine stop” or “ACA out of detent.” And if it’s the first word spoken after Armstrong and Aldrin believed themselves to be finished with all the immediate tasks associated with the landing, then the first word spoken would probably be “Houston.”


I always thought it was the "Okay" line.

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Postby houseboy » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:49 pm

Bosscat wrote:OK I cheated here and googled it... :lol:

https://www.politifact.com/texas/articl ... oken-moon/

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HA ha Boss, you Googling thing you. :lol: This all goes to show that it is now impossible to have a question and answer session on a forum because Google is the answer to everything. However, thanks for clearing that up.

The last time I took part in a pub quiz was in fact the last time I will ever take part in one - why? - because half the pub was Googling answers under the table. On here is slightly different because there is nothing to prove but I think cheating at a pub quiz is either A) desperation for a few bob or B) trying to win when you are only cheating yourself. Cheating for money is one thing and I can at least understand that but cheating at a game of fun is, to me, utterly pointless.

Please note that the above tirade against cheating is not aimed at my good mate Boss who, if I remember rightly, was a locksmith and therefore has to be above reproach (or a very successful burglar :lol: ).

By the way Boss, do you agree with me that 'pig rearing' sounds like a very questionable pastime?

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Postby Bosscat » Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:57 pm

houseboy wrote:HA ha Boss, you Googling thing you. :lol: This all goes to show that it is now impossible to have a question and answer session on a forum because Google is the answer to everything. However, thanks for clearing that up.

The last time I took part in a pub quiz was in fact the last time I will ever take part in one - why? - because half the pub was Googling answers under the table. On here is slightly different because there is nothing to prove but I think cheating at a pub quiz is either A) desperation for a few bob or B) trying to win when you are only cheating yourself. Cheating for money is one thing and I can at least understand that but cheating at a game of fun is, to me, utterly pointless.

Please note that the above tirade against cheating is not aimed at my good mate Boss who, if I remember rightly, was a locksmith and therefore has to be above reproach (or a very successful burglar :lol: ).

By the way Boss, do you agree with me that 'pig rearing' sounds like a very questionable pastime?


We have beaten the googlers in our pub quiz... its snakes and ladders and the correct answers are moves on the board...
Same snakes and ladders board every week .. but people are not told how many in each round and we have a random starting point from -2 to +2 lol...
Question sheets handed out and teams given an hour to fill in their answers, sheets swapped for marking.
The googlers soon worked out getting every question right not always a good idea.... brilliant fun and when people hit the snakes its hilarious hearing the cheers and boos....6 to 8 (sometimes 10) teams most weeks...

Have never contemplated 'rearing a pig' ;) .
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Postby Steve1956 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:30 pm

houseboy wrote:I have heard many people doubting the moon landings mate but I have never heard anyone questioning 9/11 as actually happening. The only doubt over that seems to be who did it (I'll not start a whole other debate on that one). As for the moon landings that is quite a common conspiracy with many logical sounding arguments but I watched, what I think was, the landings and feel that there is no doubt in my mind. I have said for years that they happened, at least initially, at the hight of the cold war and the Russians would no doubt have been monitoring the whole thing. Perhaps I'm being niaive but is it not safe to assume that if nothing took off and left for the moon (and returned) the Russians would have been shouting to all who would listen 'Hold on, nothing has left the earth for the moon. We have been watching this carefully and we can definitely say without any doubt that this is a massive piece of propaganda by the imperialist dogs' (or words to that effect). For me the silence of the Russians on this is proof that it did actually happen.

Or maybe I'm just being romantic and want it to have happened. ;)

I wasn't inferring 9/11 didn't happen Ian,I meant like you said people doubting who carried it out some say George Bush planned it,conspiracy theorists are loony's :lol:
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Postby Bosscat » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:35 pm

HunterST_BFC wrote:8 days to the moon and back - bbc 2

Just a heads up.
This is a brilliant bit of TV

Got it on catch-up looking forward to watching it this week-end :D

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Re: 8 days to the moon and back - bbc 2

Postby Steve1956 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:40 pm

Bosscat wrote:Got it on catch-up looking forward to watching it this week-end :D

I might give this a try,what's it about?

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Postby Wile E Coyote » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:50 pm

trump has given 1.6 billion to NASA , and 2023 is next moon landing, this time its a woman who will be steering the lander onto the lunar surface
(assuming she can park it)

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Postby Bosscat » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:56 pm

Steve1956 wrote:I might give this a try,what's it about?

Dunno Steve ... they reckon Man landed on the moon in 1969 :lol: :lol: as if :lol: :lol:

I am surprised 'Imposing Tortoise' isn't all over this thread like a Rash he loves a fake news thread :D

Joking apart there is another film doing the cinemas all footage and actual dialogue at the time.... am deffo off to see that
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