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SPACESHIP AND FEATURES OF THE FERMI
The LM-15 flyover spread by W. Rutledge shows almost certainly the Fermi walled plane, close to the Izsak crater
by Luca Scantamburlo
Posted: 23:45 July 29, 2007
THE LM-15 FLYOVER AND THE FAR SIDE OF THE MOON
What can we understand about the astonishing footage of the presumed LM-15 flyover before descent on "Izsak D", spread on YouTube by William Rutledge on May 4, 2007? Is there any congruence between the visible details shown in the video footage and any lunar map of the far side of the Moon? For example, are recognizable the Fermi's details, or is recognizable any particular belonging to the lunar zone of the backside of the Moon, near the Izsak crater? In the comment posted by W. Rutledge ("retiredafb") on YouTube, we can read: <<[...] LM passes over Tsiolkovski, Fermi, Delporte and Lukte before passing on the Izsak Y crater. [...] CDR communicates the South -East coordinates of the major parts of the spaceship, approximately 4 kilometers long. >>
A friend of mine from New York City pointed out months ago that, first of all, it would be a good result understanding if the LM-15 flyover really took place on the far side of the Moon, and moreover if there is any other video footage from NASA space missions which shows those surface details of the Moon.
What I have found is that there are some congruences if we compare the details shown in the frames of the LM-15 flyover footage, with an official lunar map available on the Lunar and Planetary Institute: the i_136_m.jpg picture which shows clearly the lunar details mentioned by William Rutledge: we have the Tsiolkovsky crater, the Lutke crater, and we can see the Delporte and the Izsak craters. Of course, it is visible also the large lunar crater by the name of Fermi, close to all the others and which belongs to the category named a walled plain.
A detail of the backside of the Moon - Courtesy NASA/LPI
SOME FEATURES OF THE FERMI WALLED PLANE SEEM RECOGNIZABLE IN THE PRESUMED LM-15 FLYOVER
The Fermi walled plane has a diameter of about 183 km. During the presumed LM-15 flyover, the CDR (Commander) of the crew <<[...] communicates the South -East coordinates of the major parts of the spaceship, approximately 4 kilometers long. Color distortions are caused by the rotating wheel inside the Westinghouse Color TV Camera.>> What I asked to myself was if the there were something of recognizable. I watched very carefully the video footage entitled <>. The video footage lasts 5 minutes and 53 seconds. At a certain point I could recognize what, in my opinion, is the western border of the Fermi crater (a walled plane). It seems that the direction of the LM-15 is from Northeast to Southwest. As a matter of fact, when you watch the footage you should recognize the details of the western Fermi rocky border, high on the left of the screen, approximately after 2 minutes and 30 seconds from the beginning. The subititles of the footage which would be the radio communications between the Vandenberg AFB and the LM-15, say: << [...] Izsak is visible on the upper left side of the window [...]>>, a statement from the astronauts which is coherent with their position, with their route and with the features of the lunar surface visible during the flyover.