Playdor's thread Nov 13, 2011 17:38:16 GMT -4
Post by PhantomWolf on Nov 13, 2011 17:38:16 GMT -4
You are asking for us to prove a negative here. It's not possible to prove that someone didn't do something. It's up to you to show that he should have seen stars and lied about it.
This non-sense about eyes adjusting is just a distraction from the issue.
No, this is the fundamental core of it. We know that to have seen stars he'd have had to take time to allow for his eyes to adjust. Nowhere in the Apollo record for Apollo 11 do we see this occuring. As such we don't expect him to have seen stars.
try this, if you were standing on the moon, in a sheltered area where you did not see anything except space, can you tell me if you will see stars?
This has been answered multiple times, under these conditions, and given time for your eyes to adjust, yes you would see them. Armstrong never did this though. Others did later and reported seeing stars under those conditions.
you guys keep referring to the science, what possible theory is there to explain this phenomenon if you can't see stars?
It's called the phenomenon of being in bright light and how our eyes work.
can you see stars during solar eclipse?
During a full eclipse with enough time for your eyes to adjust, then I'd say yes, it should be possible.