As the old people used to say, "The divil much loss" Hollandia without a doubt.He is gone. But this material is not relevant to landing on the moon, where after all, the velocities are relatively slow.
Did you see that video of the Apollo 11 moon landing approach? The topic is one where I see more inconsistencies every time I look at it.
I watched outside in the field this evening at about 7.30 pm. The sun was bright at about 23 degrees. So I tested my theory using a stick pointed down.
The shadow cast is totally different to the one in the video. That moving craft was on rails and was not moving under its own power.
The end of the probe was no more than 10 inches from the surface which was rough. Yet it never touched the surface. It was pre set to ensure it passed above the high spots. The craft was moving horizontally at quite a speed.
At 14 seconds, the probe appears to be toughing the surface and scrolling along it as if the surface is only a picture, but really flat. This is meant toput a light on in the cabin on contact to tell the man to stop the engine. Yet he announces this light is on while the craft is still moving. That cannot be unless the sound came before the picture. Notice how the astronaut appears to be transparent.