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Old 03-27-2009, 11:53 AM   #1
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Default Moon Week March 27th - April 5th 2009. International Year of Astronomy

Moon Week March 27th - April 5th 2009. International Year of Astronomy Part 1 of 2

Personally I believe man went to the moon. I also believe that the footage nasa has shown us is mixed with truth and untruth. Some of their footage I believe has had the horizons blacked out whilst others may have been filmed on earth, I don't really know. What I do know is that there are some strange things on the moon which we have never seen before. 'Til now:


Moon week is March 27th - April 5th 2009. International Year of Astronomy. The pictures and film of the moon (from earth) shown in this video were taken through a 12" Meade Telescope. Please watch in high quality. Part 1 of 2. This is some of the closest film of the moon ever recorded. Astrophotography by John Lenard Walson. Re edit and audio Egyptian Missed by Gridkeeper March 2009.

PART 2 - Moon Week part 2 of 2 2009 International Year of Astronomy


World Exclusive Close Moon Filmed from Earth - April 1st Moon Week 2009

Moon filmed In Infrared - Area Near Clavius - Moon Week 2009

Lunar Ray Crater Copernicus filmed from Earth for Moon Week 2009

Clavius Moon Crater filmed from Earth for Moon Week UK 2009

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