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    Quote Originally Posted by bblhed View Post
    At 10^-10 tor, the moon is no place for liquids And you don't want to be processing outside on the ride home either because the area between the earth and the moon the vacuum is 10^-12 tor. I can't resist saying "that sucks".
    Hmmm. When I want to clean my rug, I use a vacuum cleaner. It doesn't create nearly as much of a vacuum as that. So with that much vacuum, why is the moon so dusty?
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.

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    Just as an aside on flashlights, I used to keep a set of flashlights in my DR at Kodak, with filter sets for ortho, pan and min-pan as well as color. We got them from our stockroom. Some had snoods on them for directional work. So, what is the problem with flashlights in the DR?

    It is necessary to have air! Flashlights as safelights are a luxury item but doable.

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    Well, yeah, that was supposed to be a silly example.

    But, since the moon is supposed to contain a subterranean base for alien space ships, one of those silly Martians (you know, the ones with the shoeshine brushes on their helmets) could come up and detonate his Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator. That would make you angry... Very, VERY angry!

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    All I can say is Aaaaack, AkAk, Akkkkkkkkk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Photo Engineer View Post
    All I can say is Aaaaack, AkAk, Akkkkkkkkk!

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    I love that movie!!

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    Perhaps you could build a moon based darkroom in this: http://davidgold.co.uk/wp-content/up...INESS_P38a.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by lxdude View Post
    Hmmm. When I want to clean my rug, I use a vacuum cleaner. It doesn't create nearly as much of a vacuum as that. So with that much vacuum, why is the moon so dusty?
    If you ran your vacuum cleaner on the surface of the moon, would the dust go in or out?

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    " How many Hasselblads are on the Moon ? ", too many
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianShaw View Post
    I once thought the most dangerous thing on earth was a 2nd Lieutenant with a compass... and now I find the most dangerous thing is a lunar idiot with a flashlight. Live and Learn!
    It's almost as dangerous as a 2nd Lieutenant with a map.
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    You can see the Lunar Lander base and its shadow on Google Moon and you can zoom in on the different landing sites.



 

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