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Sunday, December 6, 2015

EASY BAKE OVEN

EASY BAKE OVEN - DOUBLE BAKED FILM
NASA APOLLO PHOTO PAGE

I see references to the Camera being modified for the extreme temps on the Moon, but I have yet to find a reference to special film needed to survive the same.

In recent readings concerning the Moon landing, Mars landing and Moon revisiting, there seems to be a great concern about Lunar dust.  In one reading it talks about not being able to get back into the LEM with the dusty spacesuits.  Concerns over the extreme amount of dust and the LEM electronics.
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Over and over again it seems they explain how they went to extremes to engineer things for the Moon , but at the same time remain completely oblivious to other things that would have needed extreme engineering as well.
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Remember the 1970 Easy Bake Oven?

Two 100 watt light bulbs could bake a cake.
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I have not got the alleged details on the film yet....but...

Imagine the film being in an easy bake oven, only powered by the unfiltered Sun that never goes down.

Plus, all the other radiation that the known and unknown universe is spewing out at you.

Imagine how hot it must get in that little oven.
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Now, Imagine that little oven when it is inside of a bigger oven (the LEM)

I can only imagine how hot the inside of the camera is sitting inside the LEM on the hot side of the Moon.

I am trying to imagine what kind of specs one would need for the film?

Could it be made of the same stuff regular film is made of?

Even so, would the emulsions hold up?





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