NASA and Antarctica

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One can only wonder what the hoaxsters of NASA are doing down at the “bottom” of the earth. Feel free to add your theories into the comments.

NASA’s Operation IceBridge has begun its 2013 Antarctic field campaign with the arrival of the agency’s aircraft and scientists at the National Science Foundation’s McMurdo Station in Antarctica.

via Operation IceBridge – Studying Earth’s Polar Ice | NASA.

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2 thoughts on “NASA and Antarctica

  1. xileffilex

    I continue to be amazed at the lack of amusement around the subject of moon rock / moon rocks.
    curator.jsc.nasa.gov/lunar/
    I mean, we laugh our heads off at the moon landing footage now, but it seems the scientists are pressing on as if these “samples” were collected by lunar golfers.
    For instance…
    www.sciencedaily.com/releases/…
    August 21 2017
    Analysis of a ‘rusty’ lunar rock suggests the moon’s interior is dry
    The study contradicts a recently published paper, which suggested the moon’s interior is wet

    James M. D. Day, Frédéric Moynier, Charles K. Shearer. Late-stage magmatic outgassing from a volatile-depleted Moon. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2017

    They arrived at this conclusion after analyzing fragments of the “Rusty Rock,” a rock collected from the moon’s surface during the Apollo 16 mission in 1972.
    “It’s the only rock from the moon that came back with what appeared to be rust on its outer surfaces,” Day said.

    “It’s a bit of a paradox,” Day said. “It’s a wet rock that comes from a very dry interior part of the moon.”

    “These rocks are the gifts that keep on giving because every time you use a new technique, these old rocks that were collected by Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, Charlie Duke, John Young, and the Apollo astronaut pioneers, you get these wonderful insights.”

    LOL!!

    In a paper published on July 24, 2017 in Nature Geoscience, scientists from Brown University analyzed glass deposits found on the moon’s surface and concluded that the presence of water in these deposits suggests that the moon’s interior is actually wet.

    Whoops.

    Work was funded by the NASA Emerging Worlds program.

    These “gift rocks” do keep on giving.

    Here’s old 66095 “rusty” being dug out by Charlie Duke [very authentic, impossible to fake, n’est-ce pas?]
    www.sciencedaily.com/images/20…

    It’s a big leg pull, isn’t it? A bit of a paradox? A lot of a hoax, I’d reckon.
    www.space.com/7044-moon-apollo…
    pbs.twimg.com/media/DPGAyFKWkA…

    Go on a lunar sample laboratory tour….
    curator.jsc.nasa.gov/lunar/lab…
    A tiny speck of gold from a wedding ring would increase the concentration value measured for gold in a lunar sample many times over the true value and would lead to a false interpretation of the sample’s origin.
    it’s absurd.
    curator.jsc.nasa.gov/lunar/_im…

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