Apollo 11 the Landing Point Designator (LPD)
NASA has no answers for imposible camera position.
In 2012 we looked at some Apollo 11 film footage and noticed something that we did not see in the Hasselblad still images. In the 16mm film footage you can see the Landing Point Designator (LPD) on the window of the Lunar Module. The LPD is a set of scribe marks on the inside and outside windows. The Commander looks through the LPD and the angle tells him where to look along the vertical scale to find the place where the computer thinks they are going to land.
Why are the LPD lines only showing up in the 16mm film footage and not in the Hasselblad still images. The first answer we got from the ALSJ was that the Hasselblad camera was positioned so that the LPD would not be in the field of view. We didn't buy this answer and soon found evidence to show that the LPD should have been present in the Hasselblad camera's shot. The animation image we made shows a 16mm film still shot vs the Hasselblad image 5843. You do not have to be a rocket scientist to see that both cameras are in almost the same position. However we needed hard proof. The proof that the LPD was indeed in the Hasselblad's field of view came from a reflection we found in Apollo 11 image AS11-39-5843. For over 40 years a tiny reflection seen in Apollo 11 image 5843 went unnoticed by NASA. Perhaps it was a whistle blower who ingeniously left us a clue that the Apollo 11 moon landings are a hoax? When we discovered the reflection we reported it to our ALSJ contact and received the following email response the same day.
We also reported a reflection from another Apollo 11 image, AS11-37-5548. With the number 2 LPD marking upside down and the lines of the LPD beside it. This discovery raises many questions that need to be answered. For example why is the number 2 upside down? How can this reflection be so clearly seen in the RCS Thruster? And the most interesting question, what was the position of the Hasselblad camera? According to our ALSJ contact it should be possible to calculate the position of the Hasselblad camera. If this is true then they have been sitting on this information since 2012. Could it be that they have done these calculations and found that the Hasselblad camera is in an impossible position? In other words the footage was shot in a studio environment.