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Old 31st December 2018, 01:29 PM   #41
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Paul is done with the page. I will share the link, but first i'll show two more comparisons

Let's look at a nice crater formation with waste from the impact:

AS14-80-10444 (Large file)

First the Apollo photo on the left, and the Lunar Orbiter photo on the right:

There is no point in using the LO with this magnification, so we won't:

And here another one, AS14-80-10445(Large file)

With some discussion you could say that the Apollo 14 photos match the modern probes, if not slightly better.

Research on all my other AS14-80 photos, and a few from the NSSDCA , can be found on paul's website:

His other pages are also well worth reading.
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