Apollo 14 & 12 photos are taken in perfect sequence
The work of whistleblowers within NASA.
This article will show you that someone has used the same sequence of images for the Earth rise event during Apollo 14 and Apollo 12. In December 1969 Apollo 12 did bring back the following Hasselblad images AS12-47-6879 to 6895 of the Earth rise. In February 1971 Apollo 14 did also bring back Hasselblad images from the Earth rise AS14-66-9224 to 9228.
These images from Apollo 14 and Apollo 12 are from one and the same film sequence as we will show you. We have put the five Apollo 14 images before the seventeen Apollo 12 images. When you look at the main crater you will see that those image from two different missions are taken in sequence. When that is the case the Earth is added into the images later. Images below are from Apollo 14 magazine 66 and Apollo 12 magazine 47.
Look at the big crater in the middle of the Apollo 14 and Apollo 12 images they are made during the same photo session. When you look at the images you will see that the shades are exactly the same. This is impossible if these images were made during two different missions and with 2 different cameras. (roll mouse over image). The first image is from Apollo 12 beside the second image from Apollo 14. Credit NASA for the images.
AwE130 has not altered the images other then cut the craters out of the official NASA images and magnified them. We think that it is possible that NASA made this shots during project LOLA. They used the images, who are made in a studio, for Apollo 12 and Apollo 14. The Earth was added to make the images look more convincing. The Daily Mail in the UK wrote an excellent article about the LOLA project. But did the Daily Mail journalist who wrote that article know about this Apollo 12-14 Earth rise. We doubt it otherwise the journalist would had been more careful with the conclusion. The following link is to the Daily Mail article about project LOLA.
Apollo 14 and Apollo 12 Earth rise images are taken in sequence even the shades are the same, any comments NASA?