Why Are There No Photos of Earth?

Why Are There No Photos of Earth?

from Exohuman.com

IN NEARLY 60 YEARS of alleged space exploration NASA has never been able to offer us a single genuine photograph of the Earth from space—NOT ONE! Even though we’ve had good, high-resolution cameras for nearly 100 years, NASA has never taken a true photograph of the Earth.

By their own admission, all of the pictures we see are composites, paintings or computer-generated images. Why is this? Could the answer be, horror of horrors, that NASA has never been into space—or at least, not far enough from the Earth to get the whole planet in the frame?



Houston, We Have a Problem…

ABOVE are some photos of NASA rocket and space shuttle launches, using long exposures to allow us to follow the craft for much longer that we get to see during typical TV coverage. Notice anything strange about the trajectories? Well, I’m no rocket scientist, but according to my Flash Gordon comics rockets are supposed to go straight up—not up and then immediately back down again… or somewhere out to sea!

Oh dear. | More: Rockets Go No Higher Than 100,000 Feet | Rockets Don’t Work in Space

2 thoughts on “Why Are There No Photos of Earth?

  1. CH May 19, 2016 at 6:19 pm Reply

    Hi there, I’m glad you like my photo enough to use it without asking me!


    • jwlpeace May 19, 2016 at 6:41 pm Reply

      There is one montage of six photos in this link with no attribute. Did you take all six pictures? Where is your permission form to fill out? How would i know it was yours? How do I know it is yours? show proof and evidence please, snarky.


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