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Walter Cunningham was the first to try out the Moon suit, backpack life-support system, and certain tools to be used by Armstrong and Aldrin on the Moon excursion. In the first test over lava rocks, Cunningham lost his balance and sprained his thumb, tearing small holes in the suit glove which caused it to lose pressure. Evidently a full simulation was attempted. If so, how could the NASA people rationalize the weight problem. There is no way that the condition of onesixth gravity could be reproduced in this manner.
Note the position of the top of Young's helmet in relation to the flag. Critics may claim that he wasn't really trying, that he purposely kept his jumping efforts to a minimum. However, if this were the case, a similar Earth effort without a backpack and 64 MOONGATE suit would have lifted him only five inches or so. This was probably Young's last chance to demonstrate that the Moon had a low surface gravity. Why wouldn't he make a reasonable effort to impress the world by jumping four feet? A reasonable jump would have been conclusive proof that the Moon had a low gravity, and the risk of injury would have been minimal in low gravity conditions, even with the backpack and suit.
It would also imply that NASA and the military have been suppressing information on the true nature of Moon gravity. Clearly, this neutral point distance had to have been exactly determined if astronauts were to land safely on Lunar Gravity Theory Prior to Moon Probes 37 the Moon. This could only be determined experimentally and a history of this discovery will be presented in the next chapter. C H A P T E R 3 THE NEUTRAL POINT DISCREPANCY A lunar probe or spacecraft launched from the Earth will continuously lose velocity until it reaches the neutral point due to the Earth's gravitational pull.
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