Jack White's Studies
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Apollo Investigation

Jack White's Studies – Apollo 16 File
An extensive study of Apollo imagery by photo analyst Jack White
All studies © 2005/7 Jack White

crude retouching of lem

Editor's Note: Please see the study below and Apollo 16 LEM changes mid air in a later Apollo 16 study by Jack White.
And also see Further Findings.

 


 

 

 

 

 

––––– Crude retouching of yet another LEM
crude retouching of black 'sky'

Editor's Note: See also Further Findings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Doing the twist – Apollo 16
doing the twist - apollo 16

Editor's Comments:

1. Compare a similar scenario in previous Apollo 15 study: Doing the twist.

2. The usual definition of a panorama is that of a series of photographs, shot sequentially by standing and turning about 10 degrees for each shot, and NOT INTERRUPTING FOR OTHER PHOTOS. This does not seem to be the case for NASA. During his panorama research Jack White has found a number of anomalies, other than the visual problems he discusses within these studies. NASA still implies that these panoramas are the true representation of the lunar EVA sites. While NASA may wish to argue for poetic license in giving the public 'an idea' of the relevant lunar environment – these pictures were never initially presented as 'approximate, or idealised composites'. Nor are they today. Since it is quite obvious (from the similar conclusions drawn independently by both Jack White and David Percy) that these 'composite panoramas' are full of discrepancies, as such they cannot be considered the true record of their purported lunar locations. See also later notes concerning Apollo 17 panoramas.

 

 

 

 

 

– – – Jump Salute 1 – more wired action?
jump salute 1

Editor's Note: This finding confirms Bennett and Percy's conclusions published in Dark Moon and
What happened on the Moon? For more on continuity anomalies during the "jump salute" please read:
Apollo Photo Anomalies
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Compare also Too precise for words! and Conrad lowered into place on wire? in earlier studies.

 

 

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