This is one of the clearest examples of a Moon Hoax debunking on the web right now. Basically, it boils down to limitations of the video technology at the time. I hope you are not one of the crazies out there that believe in the Moon Hoax, but if you are, it’s time to find a new conspiracy to support.
Welcome to the Launch of RobotSpaceBrain’s Official Wallpapers! I created this space-inspired cassette the other day, and I decided to share with you wonderful people. You should be able to load it on your computer, iPhones, or iPads without problems, but let me know if something doesn’t work just right.
I hope to add some moon music to go along with the design at some point in the future, so be on the look out for that.
And I’m also planning to have some guest artists participate in this wallpaper project sometime soon.
Shaun Kardinal, based out of Seattle, Washington, is responsible for these fantastic embroidered Apollo images. He used photographs from an old Hasselblad catalog filled with astronauts from the late 1960′s missions that he had found in old antique store in his neighborhood. From Kardinal:
I felt an immediate draw. Surely my love of Hasselblad’s cameras contributed to this, but there was a certain nostalgia I felt as well, even though I was born long after the events captured. I knew for certain that I had to take it home with me, that I would find a purpose for it within my work.
That last image is of a Death Star if you didn’t notice…
I sure would love to find a magazine like that in an old store sometime. And what Kardinal has done with the classic images is extraordinary.
For more images of the Apollo missions from Hasselblad, here is an online catalog.