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None of that is relevant.  Anders has stated that it easy to demonstrate how to fake space on earth.  As it is so easy, anyone should be able to do it.  Please Anders, demonstrate how easy it is.
Just watch Hollywood space movies or videos from the International Fake Station in LEO. All produced down on ground.

That is not you demonstrating anything.  That's as you said Hollywood.  I need you to demonstrate as you said it was easy.  Please demonstrate.
Well, the only evidence we have of space travel and visits to moons and planets is lousy films and videos all produced on Earth. And an old, alcoholic asstronut saying he went and pissed on the Moon to plant strawberries. To win my Challenge (topic) you have, i.a., explain how to shift from one orbit to another in space.

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None of that is relevant.  Anders has stated that it easy to demonstrate how to fake space on earth.  As it is so easy, anyone should be able to do it.  Please Anders, demonstrate how easy it is.
Just watch Hollywood space movies or videos from the International Fake Station in LEO. All produced down on ground.

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No, I assume they must have done all calculations now how to fly to the Moon and that there should be no problem to publish them.
Why should they publish the calculations?  Would you even understand the calculations?
It would make the NASA Artemis website more reliable. Now I get the impression that NASA hides something.

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after studying the NASA web page about the Artemis project to put an American woman on the Moon 2024. They ask you to contact them!
So far nobody has replied.
Have you considered the possibility that they're still working out a lot of the details and therefore don't have the exact answers for you yet?  If you increased your prize money by a few billion euros, then maybe you'll get the answers that you want.
No, I assume they must have done all calculations now how to fly to the Moon and that there should be no problem to publish them. My conclusion is simple. There is no way to fly to the Moon or anywhere in the Universe.
Only orbits around Earth are possible. And they are all one-way. Only return is burning up in the atmosphere.
There is no way to shift orbits in space, i.e. start orbiting other suns, planets, moons and assteroids!
But Potus Donald T has promised to put an American woman on the Moon 2024! I assume Donald will lose next week and that Joe will cancel the Artemis project.

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Yes, it was a great show. All done at Hollywood!
No, it was filmed on location.
On Earth. Easy to demonstrate.
Please demonstrate.
Many Hollywood companies make 'space travel' movies since 1950!

You said it was easy to demonstrate.  If that is so easy, then anyone should be able to demonstrate.  Since you said it was, you should demonstrate.

I'll wait.
One way to show that space travel is pure fraud is to ask NASA how to do a trip to the Moon. So I asked

quote

Bert Ulrich, NASA HQ

bert.ulrich@hq.nasa.gov

Gina Anderson, NASA HQ
gina.n.anderson@nasa.gov


Isidro Reyna, NASA JSC
isidro.r.reyna@nasa.gov

Rachel Kraft, NASA JSC
rachel.h.kraft@nasa.gov


Dear all,

I have ten questions about the Artemis program putting an American woman on the Moon 2024

    What trajectory (orbit) to be used between Low Earth Orbit, LEO, and Moon Orbit, MO?
    What is departure date/speed leaving LEO and arrival date/speed entering MO?
    What are details of LEO and MO?
    What is departure date/speed leaving MO after landing on the Moon and arrival date/speed entering Earth atmosphere on the return?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to leave LEO and how long does it take?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to enter MO and how long does it take?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to leave MO after landing on the Moon and how long does it take?
    What trajectory (orbit) to be used between MO and Earth upper atmosphere on return?
    What is departure date/speed leaving MO and arrival date/speed entering Earth atmosphere on return?
    How long will the re-entry take, i.e. time between entering Earth atmosphere and splash down?

Thanks for your attention. I look forward to your information. I will update my website with it.

Kind regards

Anders Björkman, M.Sc.

http://heiwaco.com


unquote

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No reply!
And as soon as they look you up they realize that you're just a crackpot. Though I doubt you actually tried to contact them. Seems like far more effort than your usual, "I don't understand it so it all must be fake."  Likely just another one of your lies. In this case it seems you're trying to distract from your inability to demonstrate that Apollo and space travel was faked on Earth.

Of course I contacted
Bert Ulrich, NASA HQ

bert.ulrich@hq.nasa.gov

Gina Anderson, NASA HQ
gina.n.anderson@nasa.gov


Isidro Reyna, NASA JSC
isidro.r.reyna@nasa.gov

Rachel Kraft, NASA JSC
rachel.h.kraft@nasa.gov

after studying the NASA web page about the Artemis project to put an American woman on the Moon 2024. They ask you to contact them!
So far nobody has replied.

You 'frenat' sound like suffering from cognitive dissonance. Do you know what it is?
Based on your past history I'm inclined to believe it is just another of your lies.

Even IF you contacted them, they would likely take one look at your website and see you as a crackpot, that is if the link to your website didn't get your email labeled as spam. 

But you're still trying to distract from your failure to demonstrate your claims.
You 'frenat' sound like suffering from cognitive dissonance. Do you know what it is?
Of course I know what it is. Not suffering from it at all. Are you a psychiatrist?  Why are you trying to distract from your failure to demonstrate your claims?  More LIES from Heiwa.
No, you just confirmed you are suffering from cognitive dissonance. Topic is however my challenge - do you know why you haven't won it?

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Yes, it was a great show. All done at Hollywood!
No, it was filmed on location.
On Earth. Easy to demonstrate.
Please demonstrate.
Many Hollywood companies make 'space travel' movies since 1950!

You said it was easy to demonstrate.  If that is so easy, then anyone should be able to demonstrate.  Since you said it was, you should demonstrate.

I'll wait.
One way to show that space travel is pure fraud is to ask NASA how to do a trip to the Moon. So I asked

quote

Bert Ulrich, NASA HQ

bert.ulrich@hq.nasa.gov

Gina Anderson, NASA HQ
gina.n.anderson@nasa.gov


Isidro Reyna, NASA JSC
isidro.r.reyna@nasa.gov

Rachel Kraft, NASA JSC
rachel.h.kraft@nasa.gov


Dear all,

I have ten questions about the Artemis program putting an American woman on the Moon 2024

    What trajectory (orbit) to be used between Low Earth Orbit, LEO, and Moon Orbit, MO?
    What is departure date/speed leaving LEO and arrival date/speed entering MO?
    What are details of LEO and MO?
    What is departure date/speed leaving MO after landing on the Moon and arrival date/speed entering Earth atmosphere on the return?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to leave LEO and how long does it take?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to enter MO and how long does it take?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to leave MO after landing on the Moon and how long does it take?
    What trajectory (orbit) to be used between MO and Earth upper atmosphere on return?
    What is departure date/speed leaving MO and arrival date/speed entering Earth atmosphere on return?
    How long will the re-entry take, i.e. time between entering Earth atmosphere and splash down?

Thanks for your attention. I look forward to your information. I will update my website with it.

Kind regards

Anders Björkman, M.Sc.

http://heiwaco.com


unquote

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No reply!
And as soon as they look you up they realize that you're just a crackpot. Though I doubt you actually tried to contact them. Seems like far more effort than your usual, "I don't understand it so it all must be fake."  Likely just another one of your lies. In this case it seems you're trying to distract from your inability to demonstrate that Apollo and space travel was faked on Earth.

Of course I contacted
Bert Ulrich, NASA HQ

bert.ulrich@hq.nasa.gov

Gina Anderson, NASA HQ
gina.n.anderson@nasa.gov


Isidro Reyna, NASA JSC
isidro.r.reyna@nasa.gov

Rachel Kraft, NASA JSC
rachel.h.kraft@nasa.gov

after studying the NASA web page about the Artemis project to put an American woman on the Moon 2024. They ask you to contact them!
So far nobody has replied.

You 'frenat' sound like suffering from cognitive dissonance. Do you know what it is?
Based on your past history I'm inclined to believe it is just another of your lies.

Even IF you contacted them, they would likely take one look at your website and see you as a crackpot, that is if the link to your website didn't get your email labeled as spam. 

But you're still trying to distract from your failure to demonstrate your claims.
You 'frenat' sound like suffering from cognitive dissonance. Do you know what it is?

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Yes, it was a great show. All done at Hollywood!
No, it was filmed on location.
On Earth. Easy to demonstrate.
Please demonstrate.
Many Hollywood companies make 'space travel' movies since 1950!

You said it was easy to demonstrate.  If that is so easy, then anyone should be able to demonstrate.  Since you said it was, you should demonstrate.

I'll wait.
One way to show that space travel is pure fraud is to ask NASA how to do a trip to the Moon. So I asked

quote

Bert Ulrich, NASA HQ

bert.ulrich@hq.nasa.gov

Gina Anderson, NASA HQ
gina.n.anderson@nasa.gov


Isidro Reyna, NASA JSC
isidro.r.reyna@nasa.gov

Rachel Kraft, NASA JSC
rachel.h.kraft@nasa.gov


Dear all,

I have ten questions about the Artemis program putting an American woman on the Moon 2024

    What trajectory (orbit) to be used between Low Earth Orbit, LEO, and Moon Orbit, MO?
    What is departure date/speed leaving LEO and arrival date/speed entering MO?
    What are details of LEO and MO?
    What is departure date/speed leaving MO after landing on the Moon and arrival date/speed entering Earth atmosphere on the return?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to leave LEO and how long does it take?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to enter MO and how long does it take?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to leave MO after landing on the Moon and how long does it take?
    What trajectory (orbit) to be used between MO and Earth upper atmosphere on return?
    What is departure date/speed leaving MO and arrival date/speed entering Earth atmosphere on return?
    How long will the re-entry take, i.e. time between entering Earth atmosphere and splash down?

Thanks for your attention. I look forward to your information. I will update my website with it.

Kind regards

Anders Björkman, M.Sc.

http://heiwaco.com


unquote

---
No reply!
And as soon as they look you up they realize that you're just a crackpot. Though I doubt you actually tried to contact them. Seems like far more effort than your usual, "I don't understand it so it all must be fake."  Likely just another one of your lies. In this case it seems you're trying to distract from your inability to demonstrate that Apollo and space travel was faked on Earth.

Of course I contacted
Bert Ulrich, NASA HQ

bert.ulrich@hq.nasa.gov

Gina Anderson, NASA HQ
gina.n.anderson@nasa.gov


Isidro Reyna, NASA JSC
isidro.r.reyna@nasa.gov

Rachel Kraft, NASA JSC
rachel.h.kraft@nasa.gov

after studying the NASA web page about the Artemis project to put an American woman on the Moon 2024. They ask you to contact them!
So far nobody has replied.

You 'frenat' sound like suffering from cognitive dissonance. Do you know what it is?

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Maybe you should visit their very popular website https://www.nasa.gov/ where they explain everything.
I did but couldn't find the required information, so I contacted NASA as suggested in such cases. It seems NASA doesn't know how to fly to the Moon with a couple of orbit changes!

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Yes, it was a great show. All done at Hollywood!
No, it was filmed on location.
On Earth. Easy to demonstrate.
Please demonstrate.
Many Hollywood companies make 'space travel' movies since 1950!

You said it was easy to demonstrate.  If that is so easy, then anyone should be able to demonstrate.  Since you said it was, you should demonstrate.

I'll wait.
One way to show that space travel is pure fraud is to ask NASA how to do a trip to the Moon. So I asked

quote

Bert Ulrich, NASA HQ

bert.ulrich@hq.nasa.gov

Gina Anderson, NASA HQ
gina.n.anderson@nasa.gov


Isidro Reyna, NASA JSC
isidro.r.reyna@nasa.gov

Rachel Kraft, NASA JSC
rachel.h.kraft@nasa.gov


Dear all,

I have ten questions about the Artemis program putting an American woman on the Moon 2024

    What trajectory (orbit) to be used between Low Earth Orbit, LEO, and Moon Orbit, MO?
    What is departure date/speed leaving LEO and arrival date/speed entering MO?
    What are details of LEO and MO?
    What is departure date/speed leaving MO after landing on the Moon and arrival date/speed entering Earth atmosphere on the return?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to leave LEO and how long does it take?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to enter MO and how long does it take?
    How much fuel and force are required and will be used to leave MO after landing on the Moon and how long does it take?
    What trajectory (orbit) to be used between MO and Earth upper atmosphere on return?
    What is departure date/speed leaving MO and arrival date/speed entering Earth atmosphere on return?
    How long will the re-entry take, i.e. time between entering Earth atmosphere and splash down?

Thanks for your attention. I look forward to your information. I will update my website with it.

Kind regards

Anders Björkman, M.Sc.

http://heiwaco.com


unquote

---
No reply!

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Yes, it was a great show. All done at Hollywood!
No, it was filmed on location.
On Earth. Easy to demonstrate.
Please demonstrate.
Many Hollywood companies make 'space travel' movies since 1950!

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 27, 2020, 07:06:15 PM »
The question remains what FORCE you apply to get out of Earth orbit and to move into Moon orbit. Any ideas?
According to Newton, force = mass x acceleration and every action has an equal and opposite reaction.  So I would suggest accelerating some mass from your spacecraft in the opposite direction that you want to go.

Do you push a button for it?
That depends.  Does your spacecraft have the appropriate button?

No, to steer a US spacecraft to the Moon you need years of training, e.g. as an Air Force pilot bombing Asian monkeys.
Or, you can use auto-pilot (guidance computer) to do the tricky parts.

It is simple!
No.  You want to make it simple, but I keep telling you that it's very difficult.  Why don't you want to believe me?

I'm going to ignore the rest of your off-topic, ignorant, racist rant.
Thanks, so jumping from one orbit (around Earth) to another orbit (around the Moon) is not possible. I have said it all the time! Only one way orbits around Earth is feasible, e.g. communication and weather satellites, which there are plenty. But no American women on the Moon south pole 2024, in spite of NASA and POTUS saying so. The Artmis project is a fraud.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 26, 2020, 08:23:28 PM »
Yes, yes. Going to the Moon is easy.
No, no.  Going to the moon is very hard.  However, there are harder things in this world.  Convincing you that very hard things are still possible is one of them.
Well, it should be easy to explain how a spacecraft shifts from one orbit around the Earth to another orbit around the Moon ..., if it is possible.
It seems a FORCE has to be applied in space in a certain location, direction, duration and size, while the spacecraft is already moving in its orbit around Earth ... to end up in an orbit around the Moon (moving in another direction).
Having studied the explanations given for many years I simply conclude it is not possible. Then I just looked at the people giving the explanations, if they dared to identify themselves. Clowns!

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 26, 2020, 09:52:15 AM »
Plenty utter maniacs, like you, believe that, when going to the Moon for a piss and get famous at US' taxpayers' expense, you can change orbits from around Earth to around Moon by pushing a button.
I fully agree! Do it! Push the button! Get famous!
Who pushed your button?

Do you believe that self-driving cars are real?  You know, push a button and the car will take you wherever you want to go?  If so, then I would contend that self-driving cars are harder than flying to the moon.  When flying to the moon, there is nothing in yoru way and you can plan, to the second, every part of the journey.  Self-driving cars, on the other hand,  need to actively look out and avoid all sorts of unpredictable situations like pedestrians, cross traffic, drivers not following the rules of the road, etc.
Yes, yes. Going to the Moon is easy. Just take off, push buttons, change orbits a couple of times and you arrive. Take off again, push buttons again, change orbits and drop straight back on Earth. And 2024 an American woman will do it! Without a driving license.

Women have been able to get a drivers license since 1910 in America, just like anyone else.

Not sure what your problem with women is.  Probably as complicated as a mystery to you as orbital mechanics. :)
I have no problems with women. My problem is with idiots that think you can change orbits by pushing a button.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 26, 2020, 07:42:16 AM »
Plenty utter maniacs, like you, believe that, when going to the Moon for a piss and get famous at US' taxpayers' expense, you can change orbits from around Earth to around Moon by pushing a button.
I fully agree! Do it! Push the button! Get famous!
Who pushed your button?

Do you believe that self-driving cars are real?  You know, push a button and the car will take you wherever you want to go?  If so, then I would contend that self-driving cars are harder than flying to the moon.  When flying to the moon, there is nothing in yoru way and you can plan, to the second, every part of the journey.  Self-driving cars, on the other hand,  need to actively look out and avoid all sorts of unpredictable situations like pedestrians, cross traffic, drivers not following the rules of the road, etc.
Yes, yes. Going to the Moon is easy. Just take off, push buttons, change orbits a couple of times and you arrive. Take off again, push buttons again, change orbits and drop straight back on Earth. And 2024 an American woman will do it! Without a driving license.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 26, 2020, 01:21:47 AM »
Sorry, I live in a penthouse with a roof garden and a view of the Mediterranean sea below. How do you live?

The more he says this the more I'm convinced his only view is of padded walls. :)
Well, I am happy to say you are wrong.

That's exactly what someone delusional would say.
Yes, if you live in a gutter since young age, you are just envious thinking so.
Topic is however orbits.
Plenty utter maniacs, like you, believe that, when going to the Moon for a piss and get famous at US' taxpayers' expense, you can change orbits from around Earth to around Moon by pushing a button.
I fully agree! Do it! Push the button! Get famous!

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 25, 2020, 09:01:04 PM »
Sorry, I live in a penthouse with a roof garden and a view of the Mediterranean sea below. How do you live?

The more he says this the more I'm convinced his only view is of padded walls. :)
Well, I am happy to say you are wrong.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 24, 2020, 07:24:42 PM »
It was a great show. Hollywood in space.

The only Hollywood show is on the wall of the cave you will not leave, Intel you come out of that cave, to see the real world, there is no hope.
you see what you want to see, and nothing else, I can only give you the opportunity to see the real world, you have to see it for what it is. and it is not Hollywood.
Sorry, I live in a penthouse with a roof garden and a view of the Mediterranean sea below. How do you live?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 24, 2020, 10:13:30 AM »
How can I arrive in space nearby the Moon? And what shall I do there? Fire a rocket?
Yes, firing a rocket at the right time, in the right direction and for the right length of time should get you near the moon.

Sorry, why cannot any clever person explain it?
Why are you not clever enough to understand it?
I avoid drugs. What are you on?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 24, 2020, 01:32:56 AM »
Sorry, why cannot any clever person explain it?

MouseWalker, as have many others, has a clever explanation right here (And you already have been given all of the calculations regarding fuel consumption, trajectories, the calculations involved, everything you could ever want):

Here it is from NASA
The link
https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/apollo/missions/apollo11.html

Quote
Mission Highlights
Apollo 11 launched from Cape Kennedy on July 16, 1969, carrying Commander Neil Armstrong, Command Module Pilot Michael Collins and Lunar Module Pilot Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin into an initial Earth-orbit of 114 by 116 miles. An estimated 650 million people watched Armstrong's televised image and heard his voice describe the event as he took "...one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" on July 20, 1969.

Two hours, 44 minutes and one-and-a-half revolutions after launch, the S-IVB stage reignited for a second burn of five minutes, 48 seconds, placing Apollo 11 into a translunar orbit. The command and service module, or CSM, Columbia separated from the stage, which included the spacecraft-lunar module adapter, or SLA, containing the lunar module, or LM, Eagle. After transposition and jettisoning of the SLA panels on the S-IVB stage, the CSM docked with the LM. The S-IVB stage separated and injected into heliocentric orbit four hours, 40 minutes into the flight.
The first color TV transmission to Earth from Apollo 11 occurred during the translunar coast of the CSM/LM. Later, on July 17, a three-second burn of the SPS was made to perform the second of four scheduled midcourse corrections programmed for the flight. The launch had been so successful that the other three were not needed.
On July 18, Armstrong and Aldrin put on their spacesuits and climbed through the docking tunnel from Columbia to Eagle to check out the LM, and to make the second TV transmission.
On July 19, after Apollo 11 had flown behind the moon out of contact with Earth, came the first lunar orbit insertion maneuver. At about 75 hours, 50 minutes into the flight, a retrograde firing of the SPS for 357.5 seconds placed the spacecraft into an initial, elliptical-lunar orbit of 69 by 190 miles. Later, a second burn of the SPS for 17 seconds placed the docked vehicles into a lunar orbit of 62 by 70.5 miles, which was calculated to change the orbit of the CSM piloted by Collins. The change happened because of lunar-gravity perturbations to the nominal 69 miles required for subsequent LM rendezvous and docking after completion of the lunar landing. Before this second SPS firing, another TV transmission was made, this time from the surface of the moon.
On July 20, Armstrong and Aldrin entered the LM again, made a final check, and at 100 hours, 12 minutes into the flight, the Eagle undocked and separated from Columbia for visual inspection. At 101 hours, 36 minutes, when the LM was behind the moon on its 13th orbit, the LM descent engine fired for 30 seconds to provide retrograde thrust and commence descent orbit insertion, changing to an orbit of 9 by 67 miles, on a trajectory that was virtually identical to that flown by Apollo 10. At 102 hours, 33 minutes, after Columbia and Eagle had reappeared from behind the moon and when the LM was about 300 miles uprange, powered descent initiation was performed with the descent engine firing for 756.3 seconds. After eight minutes, the LM was at "high gate" about 26,000 feet above the surface and about five miles from the landing site.
The descent engine continued to provide braking thrust until about 102 hours, 45 minutes into the mission. Partially piloted manually by Armstrong, the Eagle landed in the Sea of Tranquility in Site 2 at 0 degrees, 41 minutes, 15 seconds north latitude and 23 degrees, 26 minutes east longitude. This was about four miles downrange from the predicted touchdown point and occurred almost one-and-a-half minutes earlier than scheduled. It included a powered descent that ran a mere nominal 40 seconds longer than preflight planning due to translation maneuvers to avoid a crater during the final phase of landing. Attached to the descent stage was a commemorative plaque signed by President Richard M. Nixon and the three astronauts.
The flight plan called for the first EVA to begin after a four-hour rest period, but it was advanced to begin as soon as possible. Nonetheless, it was almost four hours later that Armstrong emerged from the Eagle and deployed the TV camera for the transmission of the event to Earth. At about 109 hours, 42 minutes after launch, Armstrong stepped onto the moon. About 20 minutes later, Aldrin followed him. The camera was then positioned on a tripod about 30 feet from the LM. Half an hour later, President Nixon spoke by telephone link with the astronauts.
Commemorative medallions bearing the names of the three Apollo 1 astronauts who lost their lives in a launch pad fire, and two cosmonauts who also died in accidents, were left on the moon's surface. A one-and-a-half inch silicon disk, containing micro miniaturized goodwill messages from 73 countries, and the names of congressional and NASA leaders, also stayed behind.
During the EVA, in which they both ranged up to 300 feet from the Eagle, Aldrin deployed the Early Apollo Scientific Experiments Package, or EASEP, experiments, and Armstrong and Aldrin gathered and verbally reported on the lunar surface samples. After Aldrin had spent one hour, 33 minutes on the surface, he re-entered the LM, followed 41 minutes later by Armstrong. The entire EVA phase lasted more than two-and-a-half hours, ending at 111 hours, 39 minutes into the mission.
Armstrong and Aldrin spent 21 hours, 36 minutes on the moon's surface. After a rest period that included seven hours of sleep, the ascent stage engine fired at 124 hours, 22 minutes. It was shut down 435 seconds later when the Eagle reached an initial orbit of 11 by 55 miles above the moon, and when Columbia was on its 25th revolution. As the ascent stage reached apolune at 125 hours, 19 minutes, the reaction control system, or RCS, fired so as to nearly circularize the Eagle orbit at about 56 miles, some 13 miles below and slightly behind Columbia. Subsequent firings of the LM RCS changed the orbit to 57 by 72 miles. Docking with Columbia occurred on the CSM's 27th revolution at 128 hours, three minutes into the mission. Armstrong and Aldrin returned to the CSM with Collins. Four hours later, the LM jettisoned and remained in lunar orbit.
Trans-Earth injection of the CSM began July 21 as the SPS fired for two-and-a-half minutes when Columbia was behind the moon in its 59th hour of lunar orbit. Following this, the astronauts slept for about 10 hours. An 11.2 second firing of the SPS accomplished the only midcourse correction required on the return flight. The correction was made July 22 at about 150 hours, 30 minutes into the mission. Two more television transmissions were made during the trans-Earth coast.
Re-entry procedures were initiated July 24, 44 hours after leaving lunar orbit. The SM separated from the CM, which was re-oriented to a heat-shield-forward position. Parachute deployment occurred at 195 hours, 13 minutes. After a flight of 195 hours, 18 minutes, 35 seconds - about 36 minutes longer than planned - Apollo 11 splashed down in the Pacific Ocean, 13 miles from the recovery ship USS Hornet. Because of bad weather in the target area, the landing point was changed by about 250 miles. Apollo 11 landed 13 degrees, 19 minutes north latitude and 169 degrees, nine minutes west longitude July 24, 1969.
Yes, I know all this but I still not understand how Apollo 11 managed 1969 to arrive close to the Moon orbiting Earth at 1011 m/s in another direction and when there managed to leave its variable speeds/directions orbit around Earth and start orbiting the Moon, etc. It is a mystery to me. Space is pretty big and we are told Apollo 11 went hole in one to a moving hole (1011 m/s) and made a lot of circus tricks there.

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Yes, it was a great show. All done at Hollywood!
No, it was filmed on location.
On Earth. Easy to demonstrate.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 23, 2020, 09:50:44 PM »
I am not afraid of anything. But it is a difference between 1000 m/s and 10 m/s speed of an object/Moon to aim for and land on after passing point L1.
What's different? ???

Why would you leave the Solar System?
To see what's out there, of course.
Topic is of course: Orbits.  How do they work? and a simple example is visiting the Moon starting by orbiting Earth but aiming on the Moon and then suddenly orbiting the Moon (that orbits Earth) and finally to land on the Moon.
I must say I am not happy with the explanation of leaving Earth orbit and starting in a Moon orbit. How do I aim on the Moon while I am orbiting Earth? The Moon is moving at >1000 m/s in one direction/plane and I am orbiting Earth at variable speeds/directions in another plane in space. How can I arrive in space nearby the Moon? And what shall I do there? Fire a rocket?
Sorry, why cannot any clever person explain it?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 23, 2020, 06:47:08 PM »
But how to aim for anything flying around at 1011 m/s speed in space to start orbiting it?
Are you afraid of large numbers and fast speeds?  The process for aiming at something flying at 1011 m/s is the same as aiming at something flying at 100 m/s or 10 m/s.  Use what you know about the target's speed and direction as well as your own speed and direction to predict where your target will be.

Wouldn't you first approach it carefully from behind and then slowly try to land on it?
You could.  There are lots of trajectories that will get you to the moon depending on how fast you want to get there and how much propellant you have.  ESA used an ion engine to get the SMART-1 probe to the moon using surprisingly little trust and propellant.  But it also took 16 months to get there.
https://www.esa.int/Enabling_Support/Operations/SMART-1
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By accelerating SMART-1 at 0.2 millimetres per second², an incredibly gentle thrust could in theory fling the spacecraft right out of the Solar System, if sustained for long enough. In practice, SMART-1 used its ion engine intermittently over 16 months, fighting against Earth’s gravity, to put itself into orbit around the Moon.
I am not afraid of anything. But it is a difference between 1000 m/s and 10 m/s speed of an object/Moon to aim for and land on after passing point L1.
Why would you leave the Solar System?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 23, 2020, 06:40:40 PM »
It was a great show. Hollywood in space.

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Yes, it was a great show. All done at Hollywood!

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 23, 2020, 11:03:08 AM »
Markjo - you have proven you are an idiot. Pls stop making a fool of your self.
If you think that understanding physics makes me an idiot, then I suppose I'm an idiot.  But what does that make you?
I am a normal person with a name and address  and I want to know how a spacecraft shifts from an orbit around Earth to an orbit around the Moon.
Then open your mind and stop insulting the people who try to explain it to you.

You suggest that the spacecraft should aim for an invisible point L1 in space that orbits at 1011 m/s in space around Earth in a circle. L1 apparently is a location in space where Earth and Moon gravity forces on a spacecraft are equal.
No, I did not say that.  My suggestion would be to aim for a point in space that is around 60 or so miles ahead of where the moon will be when you get there.  Again, it's called leading your target.

When the spacecraft arrives at point L1 it fires its engine and starts orbiting the Moon.
No, that is not what I said.  I said that when you pass L1, the moon's gravitational influence is greater than the earth's.  Lunar orbit still requires the appropriate speed and direction for your intended orbit.

Let me repeat: How does a spacecraft arrive at point L1 and start orbiting Earth with it at constant speed 1011 m/s? The space craft is already orbiting Earth with variable speed/direction in another plane/orbit.
Let me repeat: Open your mind to the idea that orbit transfers are possible.  You've been given enough information to figure out the rest.
No, I have an open mind and been given no information that orbit transfers are possible. I have only been told I don't understand anything, etc.
How do I pass in front of something like the Moon or point L1 that has speed 1011 m/s in 3D space? A minute later is 60066 m  further away from me.
A real engineer would realize that you could have your own lateral movement as well. Thus it wouldn't pass by you at 1011 m/s. They would think in 3D not just 2D as you seem to. But you've never seemed like a real engineer.
But how to aim for anything flying around at 1011 m/s speed in space to start orbiting it? Wouldn't you first approach it carefully from behind and then slowly try to land on it?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 23, 2020, 07:38:02 AM »
Markjo - you have proven you are an idiot. Pls stop making a fool of your self.
If you think that understanding physics makes me an idiot, then I suppose I'm an idiot.  But what does that make you?
I am a normal person with a name and address  and I want to know how a spacecraft shifts from an orbit around Earth to an orbit around the Moon.
Then open your mind and stop insulting the people who try to explain it to you.

You suggest that the spacecraft should aim for an invisible point L1 in space that orbits at 1011 m/s in space around Earth in a circle. L1 apparently is a location in space where Earth and Moon gravity forces on a spacecraft are equal.
No, I did not say that.  My suggestion would be to aim for a point in space that is around 60 or so miles ahead of where the moon will be when you get there.  Again, it's called leading your target.

When the spacecraft arrives at point L1 it fires its engine and starts orbiting the Moon.
No, that is not what I said.  I said that when you pass L1, the moon's gravitational influence is greater than the earth's.  Lunar orbit still requires the appropriate speed and direction for your intended orbit.

Let me repeat: How does a spacecraft arrive at point L1 and start orbiting Earth with it at constant speed 1011 m/s? The space craft is already orbiting Earth with variable speed/direction in another plane/orbit.
Let me repeat: Open your mind to the idea that orbit transfers are possible.  You've been given enough information to figure out the rest.
No, I have an open mind and been given no information that orbit transfers are possible. I have only been told I don't understand anything, etc.
How do I pass in front of something like the Moon or point L1 that has speed 1011 m/s in 3D space? A minute later is 60066 m  further away from me.

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 23, 2020, 04:04:57 AM »
Markjo - you have proven you are an idiot. Pls stop making a fool of your self.
If you think that understanding physics makes me an idiot, then I suppose I'm an idiot.  But what does that make you?
I am a normal person with a name and address - http://heiwaco.tripod.com/cv.htm - and I want to know how a spacecraft shifts from an orbit around Earth to an orbit around the Moon.
You suggest that the spacecraft should aim for an invisible point L1 in space that orbits at 1011 m/s in space around Earth in a circle. L1 apparently is a location in space where Earth and Moon gravity forces on a spacecraft are equal.
When the spacecraft arrives at point L1 it fires its engine and starts orbiting the Moon.
Let me repeat: How does a spacecraft arrive at point L1 and start orbiting Earth with it at constant speed 1011 m/s? The space craft is already orbiting Earth with variable speed/direction in another plane/orbit.
This statement and your previous statements are an indication that you have no idea how orbital mechanics work,  for one thing you do not come to a stop at the L1 position, you continue to Coast by and tell you reach the moon at which time you fire retrorockets to put yourself in orbit.
P.S. the L1 position is like a mile marker on your trip that is the half way point.
But how do I arrive at and to Coast (?) at an invisible point L1 that moves at 1011 m/s in space around Earth?

Math and physics.
But Neil and Buzz knew nothing about math and physics. They were pilots of war planes napalm bombing Asians! Regardless, 1969 they flew to point L1 in space, fired rockets, started orbit the Moon, left that orbit and landed on the Moon, pissed, took off again to orbit the Moon, they arrived back at point L1, fired rockets, left Moon orbit and dropped straight back on Earth ... into an Ocean ... where POTUS Nixon was crusing around ... on some summer vaccation.
Only complete nutcases believe this nonsense.  Are you a nutcase?
Yes, only complete nutcases believe they knew nothing about math and physics and the other crap you posted. Thanks for admitting you are a complete nutcase which the rest of us knew all along. All you've done here is prove your complete ignorance on the topic. While amusing, it is also very sad for you.  You clearly don't even try to understand yet you still act as if you are an authority on the subject.

Thanks for the humor!
Topic is Orbits. How do they work? So you orbit Earth in your spacecraft and want to orbit the Moon. What do you do? You fly to point L1 in space that orbits Earth at 1011 m/s speed and and altitude > 300 000 km and there you fire some rockets of your spacecraft, which then starts to orbit the Moon. Buzz did it 1969. But he is a tragic alchoholic today and probably also 1969 so he cannot be trusted. So how do changes orbits at point L1 at high speed? And how to find L1?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 23, 2020, 01:18:20 AM »
Markjo - you have proven you are an idiot. Pls stop making a fool of your self.
If you think that understanding physics makes me an idiot, then I suppose I'm an idiot.  But what does that make you?
I am a normal person with a name and address - http://heiwaco.tripod.com/cv.htm - and I want to know how a spacecraft shifts from an orbit around Earth to an orbit around the Moon.
You suggest that the spacecraft should aim for an invisible point L1 in space that orbits at 1011 m/s in space around Earth in a circle. L1 apparently is a location in space where Earth and Moon gravity forces on a spacecraft are equal.
When the spacecraft arrives at point L1 it fires its engine and starts orbiting the Moon.
Let me repeat: How does a spacecraft arrive at point L1 and start orbiting Earth with it at constant speed 1011 m/s? The space craft is already orbiting Earth with variable speed/direction in another plane/orbit.
This statement and your previous statements are an indication that you have no idea how orbital mechanics work,  for one thing you do not come to a stop at the L1 position, you continue to Coast by and tell you reach the moon at which time you fire retrorockets to put yourself in orbit.
P.S. the L1 position is like a mile marker on your trip that is the half way point.
But how do I arrive at and to Coast (?) at an invisible point L1 that moves at 1011 m/s in space around Earth?

Math and physics.
But Neil and Buzz knew nothing about math and physics. They were pilots of war planes napalm bombing Asians! Regardless, 1969 they flew to point L1 in space, fired rockets, started orbit the Moon, left that orbit and landed on the Moon, pissed, took off again to orbit the Moon, they arrived back at point L1, fired rockets, left Moon orbit and dropped straight back on Earth ... into an Ocean ... where POTUS Nixon was crusing around ... on some summer vaccation.
Only complete nutcases believe this nonsense.  Are you a nutcase?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 22, 2020, 11:43:00 PM »
Markjo - you have proven you are an idiot. Pls stop making a fool of your self.
If you think that understanding physics makes me an idiot, then I suppose I'm an idiot.  But what does that make you?
I am a normal person with a name and address - http://heiwaco.tripod.com/cv.htm - and I want to know how a spacecraft shifts from an orbit around Earth to an orbit around the Moon.
You suggest that the spacecraft should aim for an invisible point L1 in space that orbits at 1011 m/s in space around Earth in a circle. L1 apparently is a location in space where Earth and Moon gravity forces on a spacecraft are equal.
When the spacecraft arrives at point L1 it fires its engine and starts orbiting the Moon.
Let me repeat: How does a spacecraft arrive at point L1 and start orbiting Earth with it at constant speed 1011 m/s? The space craft is already orbiting Earth with variable speed/direction in another plane/orbit.
This statement and your previous statements are an indication that you have no idea how orbital mechanics work,  for one thing you do not come to a stop at the L1 position, you continue to Coast by and tell you reach the moon at which time you fire retrorockets to put yourself in orbit.
P.S. the L1 position is like a mile marker on your trip that is the half way point.
But how do I arrive at and to Coast (?) at an invisible point L1 that moves at 1011 m/s in space around Earth? Of course I must arrive there at same speed and direction, but I am already in another orbit around Earth with another, completely different speed/direction! And what do I do then? Fire retrorockets to start obiting the Moon? What drugs are you on?

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Technology, Science & Alt Science / Re: Orbits. How do they work?
« on: October 22, 2020, 06:30:08 PM »
Markjo - you have proven you are an idiot. Pls stop making a fool of your self.
If you think that understanding physics makes me an idiot, then I suppose I'm an idiot.  But what does that make you?
I am a normal person with a name and address - http://heiwaco.tripod.com/cv.htm - and I want to know how a spacecraft shifts from an orbit around Earth to an orbit around the Moon.
You suggest that the spacecraft should aim for an invisible point L1 in space that orbits at 1011 m/s in space around Earth in a circle. L1 apparently is a location in space where Earth and Moon gravity forces on a spacecraft are equal.
When the spacecraft arrives at point L1 it fires its engine and starts orbiting the Moon.
Let me repeat: How does a spacecraft arrive at point L1 and start orbiting Earth with it at constant speed 1011 m/s? The space craft is already orbiting Earth with variable speed/direction in another plane/orbit.

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