I am very aware. Fucking retards.
Truly the trolling has gone past autism and to the nether regions of the internet.
So you think they went to all of the trouble to fake a moon landing but just forgot to scale up the photo of earth? Not that it's prespective but that a mistake was made and some asshole in the internet has caught them? Occam's razor says it's more likely that the earth is round and you are an idiot
Here is the Explanation
The Earth appears about four times larger in the lunar sky than the moon appears in Earth's sky. Because the moon is tidally locked to the Earth
The effect where even the moon appears larger near the horizon. That is a special relativity trick of perception, where without the context of other objects of any scale it appears smaller in the middle of the sky, Also known as the Ebbinghaus Illusion.
On the moon though our landing site was near the edge of the moon as seen from Earth, always putting it on the horizon, If however we traveled closer to the center of where we look at the moon from the Earth, it would also appear smaller. Still, it would appear larger than the moon to us, simply because it is much larger itself.
>what is focal length and perspective.
I'm genuinely embarrassed by your stupidity.
Well some quick googling says the Earth is about 4,000 miles in radius and the moon is about 1,000. Yes, I'm using Imperial measurements fucking sue me.
So the "six times bigger" thing isn't true from the get-go.
But it's still 4x bigger, so it should appear that way.
I'd say the bottom left pictures are dead-on for the four-times-bigger theory. That's about four times the moon's size on Earth.
If you're struggling with that, it's because you don't have a clear mental image of how big the moon is. It's tricky to measure celestial objects with the naked eye, since we generally estimate the size of things through comparison to other, nearby things.
Special relativity thank you
The argument is the earth is flat. Not one of (((you))) has ever provided sufficient evidence to suggest it is round. Just straw men and ad hominem attacks. I took your bait, here's your (You)
So why would earth be flat if all other planets we know are round? How the hell do people have traved across the globe? Do they get teleported to the other side when reaching one end?
This can't be anything but low quality bait.
Even more, have some high school level education, my tardfriend:
It's too complicated for OP. He will ignore it.
Seems like lots of folks in here have trouble understanding the scope of our solar system. I think it's probably because of images like this that we are shown as kids. Here's a fun site that puts the distance between earth and mars into perspective:
photography and lenses and shit
>the moon doesn't get bigger or smaller in the sky through the year or in a single night according to its position along its orbit around the Earth and Earth's own rotation
I can't even feel smart about this. Children know this. It's demonstrated to anyone every night.
also says that the earth is only ~4x as big as the moon.
Now look to the sky and imagine the moon were 4 times as large in diameter. It's still not taking up the entire fucking sky you dimwits
>If this "photo" was real
Yea, that picture is shot from WAY closer to the moon than the earth. Think about it for 2 seconds.
Better yet, grab a ping pong ball & a basketball. Hold them a fixed distance apart & move your head around. I bet you can find a perspective where the ping pong ball can totally eclipse the basketball.
>Why doesn't it look 6 times bigger?
Or ~4 times bigger because mass vs 2 dimensional area aren't a 1 to 1 translation.
The moon is actually pretty small in the night sky. Just feels bigger because we have points of reference on earth instead of a big empty nothing.
Also you can do some goofy lens tricks to make objects look all kinds of farther & smaller (pic related).
Go outside on full moon. Go awe man that shit looks sweeeet and huge like my bf cock. Now do same as you do with bf cock, take pic. Looks smaller now and dosnt quite give it justice huh. Same thing the fact the earth looks pretty big in the pic is impressive seeing it in real life would be sweet