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【NASA】历史上著名的阿波罗11号月球漫步镜头 有人质疑还有人不相信地球是圆的

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地球不是一个在无限空间中旋转的球。你被告知地球在自转,但你感觉不到。我最后查了一下,有两个拉力…一个是地球自转,一个是绕太阳公转。但是没有效果…我们被告知火箭可以在太空旅行,但却找不到任何真正的证据。

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Rock Brentwood
18262. More precisely: 50×(365 + ¼ - 1/128) = 18262.5 - 50/128 days (accurate to within 1/2 minute or less); but the calendar rounds down to18262 since 1968 and 2020 have the leap days in them.
 
18262年。更准确地说应该是:50×(365 +¼- 1/128)= 18262.5 - 50/128天(精确到半分钟内或更少),但是从1968年到2020年的18262年的日历上有闰日。
 
Peet Hofman
@Berat Beyazkuş Mohammed? Are you talking about the moonwalk of Apollo 11? I was waiting for Michael to come up.
 
你是在说阿波罗11号的月球漫步吗?我在等迈克尔杰克逊上来。
 
FLAT EARTH DATA
Fuhad Mohammed is that your argument? Is anyone able to provide scientific experiment proving that the second law thermodynamics doesn’t plan affect or does anybody have any footage that shows the transition between earths atmosphere into space ...Last I checked the Orion project could not lift a man 800 miles above earth...
 
这是你的论点吗?有没有人能提供科学实验来证明热力学第二定律不会对地球产生影响,或者有没有人拍摄到显示地球大气层向太空转变的镜头……我最后检查了一下,“猎户座”计划无法将人送到离地球800英里的高空。
 
FLAT EARTH DATA
@Fuhad Mohammed The earth isn't a spinning ball in infinite space. You are told the earth is spinning but can't feel it .. Last i checked there are two pulls .. on for earth spin and one for the orbit around the sun .. But no effect from that ... We are told rockets can travel in space but can't find any real evidence ..
 
地球不是一个在无限空间中旋转的球。你被告知地球在自转,但你感觉不到。我最后查了一下,有两个拉力…一个是地球自转,一个是绕太阳公转。但是没有效果…我们被告知火箭可以在太空旅行,但却找不到任何真正的证据。
 
Zombie Ep
FLAT EARTH DATA You can find any point on earth to the exact location with latitude and longitude coordinates. This is how satellites and gps equipment works. That’s proof in itself that the Earth is a sphere. It will cost about $3,000 but you can hop on commercial airliners and take a trip around the world, you can go due East/west/north/south, eventually you’ll be back where you started. Proof the earth is a sphere.
 
在平面地球数据上你可以找到地球上的任何点,精确到纬度和经度坐标。这就是卫星和GPS设备的工作原理。这本身就证明了地球是一个球体。只需要花费大约3000美元,你可以跳上商用客机,环游世界,你可以走正东/西/北/南,最终你会回到你开始的地方。以此证明地球是一个球体。
 
Gordon Jenkins
Do you think Jim Brewer can get the Dodgers to the World Series in' 70?
 
你认为吉姆·布鲁尔能在70年带领道奇队进入世界大赛吗?
 
WhiteFalls
@Zombie Ep flat earth data is just here for the attention, people often enjoy arguing. (Including myself :P)
 
在这里,地球平面数据只是为了引起人们的注意,人们常常喜欢争论。(包括我自己)
 
God of Pizza
Why is the quality so bad, it's like it was filmed on the moon :I
 
为什么质量这么差,好像是在月球上拍的。
 
Some Wannabe youtuber
What do you think. This was filmed in 1969
 
你以为呢?这是1969年拍摄的。
 
Chris
they didn't have the bandwidth available to send back a full 525 line tv signal. it was something like 200 lines at 10 frames per second, and the process (in those days) of converting the low bandwidth signal to a regular tv signal caused additional loss of picture quality
 
他们没有足够的带宽发回完整的525线电视信号。它大约是每秒10帧,200行,并且(在那个年代)将低带宽信号转换成普通电视信号的过程会造成了图像质量的额外损失。
 
Devin McGillivray
killerjoker it’s the effects from the Hollywood movie cameras — so u really think it’s on the moon
 
这是好莱坞电影摄像机的效果——所以你真的以为它在月球上。
 
Do you Think bro?
The actual film from the camera would have picture as clear as any movie in 69'. It is blurry to give an effect and to cover the camera tricks and props. With no atmosphere the picture should actually be clearer than on Earth with blinding stars!
 
摄像机里的胶片就像69年的电影一样清晰。它的效果、相机的镜头和技巧都很模糊。在没有大气的情况下,这张照片应该比在有眩目恒星的地球上更清晰!
 
Ummm
Yup 1969 Neil Armstrong became the first man on the moon. It was telecasted Live On the 20th Of 1969 if I can remember.2
 
是的,1969年,尼尔·阿姆斯特朗成为第一个登上月球的人。如果我记得没错的话,那是1969年20日现场直播的。
 
John Francis Doe
Chris Conversion was some guys in Australia filming a special TV! That's probably why the picture is upside down for a few seconds.
 
克里斯转换是一群在澳大利亚拍摄特别电视节目的家伙! 这可能就是为什么这张照片有几秒钟是上下颠倒的原因。
 
Enoch Chow
Legend has it that the original footage which has good quality was lost or deleted accidentally and so what we have now is a recording of the original recording.
 
相传,质量好的原始镜头被意外丢失或删除了,所以我们现在拥有的是原始录音的录制。
 
Move Away
May be right..bcz China say that America never went to the moon?
 
也许是对的。中国说美国从来没有上过月球?

 

 
Dedskin Prodcer/DJ
KIDS , ITS BECAUSE IT WAS RECORDED OFF OF A PROJECTOR SCREEN , LATER THE RECORDINGS WERE LOST . MUST BE BECAUSE THEY LANDED , OH WAIT NAH ITS BECAUSE THEY WERE TRYING TO HIDE SOMETHING , MAYBE THAT SOMETHING IS TV SET . OR STANLEY KUBRICK
 
孩子们,这是因为它是从放映机屏幕上录制的,后来这些录音丢失了。一定是因为他们着陆了,哦,等等,不是因为他们想隐藏什么东西,可能是电视机,或斯坦利·库布里克。
 
The Openminded Skeptic
It's filmed of a TV-screen, which tells many people that they are trying to hide the details.
 
这是一个电视屏幕的拍摄,它告诉许多人,他们试图隐藏细节。
 
Star_1_Man
@Some Wannabe youtuber I am replying on your title! Life is very very difficult! Do you think, you are the only one that has problems?
 
我在回复你的标题! 人艰不拆! 你以为你是唯一有疑问的人吗?
 
Willem Van Spronsen
It was, and also it was 1969 and they didn’t understand computers and stuff like that
 
那是1969年,他们不懂电脑之类的东西。
 
Bruno Ottina
@Move Away And they are right. And you know why they told the truth ? Because they don't scare no one, any country. And they have nothing to win with NASA. I don't agree with their commercial policy but they have balls these Chinese.
 
他们是对的。你知道他们为什么说真话吗?因为他们不会吓到任何人,任何国家。他们和NASA没有任何关系。我不同意他们的商业政策,但他们有胆量对付这些中国人。
 
Dennis Savage
Area 51 all moon walks. No space travel due to extreme radiation levels no human would survive.
 
所有的月球漫步都是在51区进行的。不可能有太空旅行,因为极端的辐射水平人类无法在此生存。
 
Oshkaabewis Debwewin
True or not, this tells me it's a poorly run operation in need of new management, I am sure the same is true today!
 
不管正确与否,这告诉我,这是一个经营不善的企业,需要新的管理,我相信今天也是如此!
 
James Raider
This footage is horrible but the film of the moon itself is in perfect HD.
 
这个镜头很恐怖,但月球本身的画面是完美的高清的。
 
Jean Bonnefoy
And with the famous lapsus linguae: he was meant to say "a small step for A man but a giant leap for mankind"... since saying "a small step for Man" transforms the line in an oxymoron! (I do remember noting it the first time heard it), and the anchorman then the commentators not picking up the mistake or at least the cryptic sense it involuntarily got. Only Walter Cronkite on CBS carefully noted: "I'm not sure I caught the second part of his sentence"... (!) Anyway, taking into account the high stress level of the moment, Neil Armstrong will be forgiven for his approximate rendition of an obviously PR-written ahead "historic phrase"...
 
他还说了一句名言:“一个人的一小步,却是人类的一大步。”既然说“一个人的一小步”就把这句话变成了矛盾修饰法! (我记得我第一次听的时候就注意到了)然后是主持人,然后是解说员,他们都没有意识到这个错误,或者至少是无意识地使其产生了一种神秘的感觉。只有沃尔特·克朗凯特(Walter Cronkite)在哥伦比亚广播公司(CBS)谨慎地指出:“我不确定我是否听清了他的第二部分……”。不管怎样,考虑到当时的高压状态,尼尔·阿姆斯特朗(Neil Armstrong)似乎演绎了一句显然是事先写好的“历史性短语”,这是可以被原谅的……
 
GH1618
Jean Bonnefoy — Armstrong later said it was “... one small step for a man, ...”. I think it just got combined with “for” and not enunciated clearly, so it got lost. This is an example of why it best not to have a prepared remark for such a momentous occasion. He should have just said “I’m on the surface,” like any ordinary person would.
 
阿姆斯特朗后来说,这是“……一个人的一小步……”我想它只是和for连用了,发音不清楚,所以就让人迷糊了。这就是为什么在如此重要的场合最好不要事先准备好话的一个例子。他应该只说“我在月球表面”,就像任何普通人一样。
 
Donnerfuß
And just after that you can see the testing of the ground, they weren't sure how solid it would be, you see the safety strap for just in case he sunk into dust.
 
在那之后你可以看到地面的测试,他们不确定它会有多结实,你看那条安全带,就是为了防止他陷入尘土。
 
willyD200
As a studio photographer for 40 plus years I have a problem with the lighting I'm seeing. It's much to localized , even on the lander itself, even with different reflective surfaces taken into consideration. Unless the vacuum of space wipes out shadows you should create when walking in front of the light source ( the sun) than something is wrong with this picture. The lighting should be much more consistent . It is certainly logical to question these abnormalities rather than obediently believe everything your told.
 
作为一个有40多年摄影经验的摄影师,我对我所看到的光线有一个疑问。它在很大程度上是局部化的,即使是在着陆器上,考虑到不同的反射面。除非太空的真空消除了你在光源(太阳)前行走时应该产生的阴影,否则这幅图一定有问题。光线应该更加一致。质疑这些异常现象,而不是一味地相信你所说的一切,当然是合乎逻辑的。
 
NotSoLiberal
I’m not even American but this line always makes me so emotional
 
我不是美国人,但这句话总让我很激动。
 
Arjun अर्जुन्
You’s think that Stanley Kubrick as the perfectionist he was would notice that fault.
 
你认为斯坦利·库布里克作为一个完美主义者会注意到这个错误。
 
Obie Canobie
Kittley Catty It is possible for the willing ,too bad humans are not brave enough to do it again in exchange for staying home and have a good time .
 
这是有可能的,很坏的人没有足够的勇气再做一次,来换取呆在家里享受美好的时光。
 
harrylongbaugh1
@O Dubb
The automatic rollout camera on the lunar module. One of the reasons that Neil waited for so long is because he was waiting for the signal from control that the camera was ready.
 
登月舱上的自动推出照相机。尼尔等了这么长时间的原因之一是他在等控制台的信号,告诉他摄像机准备好了。
 
A man has fallen into the river in Lego City
My father watched it live when he was 12
 
我父亲12岁的时候看了直播。

 
 

God of Pizza
Lucky man, to witness one of humanities greatest stepping stones for the future
 
幸运的人,能见证人类探索未来最伟大的踏脚石之一。
 
OzoneGamerStation
God of Pizza and with Nasas next mission, we’ll be able to see them go to mars on national tv.
 
披萨之神和NASA的下一个任务,我们将能够在电视上看到他们去火星。
 
Hmg Bird
Silber Sterne I was 15 and I remember everything perfectly, I think everyone was glued to the tv filled with excitement. Right after they walked on the moon I ran outside, like many other kids, trying to spot them. I stood there in awe, thinking they were the 3 bravest men of our time.
 
那时我15岁,我记得很清楚,我认为每个人看到电视都很兴奋。就在他们行走在月球上之后,我和很多的孩子一样跑了出去,想要找到他们。我敬畏地站在那里,认为他们是我们这个时代最勇敢的三个人。
 
Arfen undred
i was 9 years old when i was up all night watching this. i also watched all moon shots. ask your father about the coke bottle i saw on the moon, he must have seen it too.
 
我9岁的时候看了一整晚。我也看了所有的月球照片。问问你父亲,我在月球上看到的那个可乐瓶的事,他一定也看到了。
 
Robin Conkel-hAnnan
I watched with my husband and young children at a drive-in theater.. Some of us gathered around a TV set in the concession stand..
 
我和丈夫、孩子们在一家汽车旅馆看的。我们几个人聚集在小卖部的电视机前。
 
Swapshots
I have a sealed framed copy of the vancouver sun supplement, called The Moon, I saved it since 14.
 
我有一份密封的《温哥华太阳报》副刊,叫做《月亮》,我从14岁就开始保存了。
 
BaDboD
wow, I think I was 3 years old when I watched this, I was 3 .what do you want?
 
哇,我想我是3岁的时候看的这部电影,当时我3岁,你想要什么?
 
werkiek
I was 7 at the time...stayed up all night.. 1030pm to 1 am to watch...after seeing STAR TREK for the past year, the MOON WALK was extra impressive.. At 7, I wonder if I knew which was real at the time ;-)
 
那时我7岁……那晚我熬夜了。晚上10点半到凌晨1点看的……在看了上一年的《星际迷航》之后,月球漫步给我留下了特别深刻的印象。7岁的时候,我想知道那是否是真的。
 
Warren552011
Silber Sterne I was 14. My aunt lived in Parkes NSW Australia near the radio telescope which provided some of the footage.
 
我14岁。我的阿姨住在澳大利亚新南威尔士州帕克斯,就在提供一些影像的射电望远镜附近。
 
bob robert
I was 16, most all of the classrooms brought a TV in so we could watch, normal classwork was suspended. It was a very big and uniting event internationally as well.
 
我16岁的时候,几乎所有的教室都装了电视,这样我们就可以看电视了,正常的课堂作业暂停了。这是一个非常大的国际联合事件。
 
S Watkins
@*-YOUR and YOU'RE are 2 different words-* 
When I was a little kid (back in the Stone Age), we thought anyone over 25 was really ancient. Now I can only wonder how the heck I got to 72 and wish I were that ancient 25. Time flies when you are getting old and soon you too will get as "ancient" as he is now.
 
当我还是个小孩子的时候(在石器时代),我们认为任何超过25岁的人都是非常老的。现在我只想知道我是怎么活到72岁的,真希望自己还是25岁那么老。当你老了的时候,时间过得很快,很快你也会变得像他现在一样“古老”。
 
Emmett Brown
@OzoneGamerStation yeah, they walk around in a desert near Canada and claim that it is Mars.And sheeple like you will believe it.
 
是的,他们在加拿大附近的沙漠里到处走,声称那是火星。像你这样的墙头草才会相信。
 
James Miller
I was 9, my parents woke up the three siblings in the wee hours to watch this live on our black and white television.
 
我9岁的时候,我的父母在凌晨把三个兄弟姐妹叫醒,在我们的黑白电视上观看现场直播。
 
{*Chrissy Bear*}
Well, no he didn't.. nobody watched it "live" as it was filmed off a TV screen from a feed that NASA provided
 
不,他没有…没有人“现场”观看它,因为它是从电视屏幕上NASA提供的一个频道拍摄下来的。
 
kim jong un
The moon landing was faked by Hollywood but they couldnt film it right, so they went to moon to film it.
 
好莱坞伪造了登月,但他们没能拍好,所以他们去了月球拍摄。
 
bolson42
Joseph A the fact that the flag isn’t moving actually gives more proof that it was filmed on the moon than the earth, idiot
 
事实上,国旗不动的事实证明它是在月球上拍摄的,而不是在地球上,白痴。
 
Markel Andrews
@INDIGO T.V. ima tell you again, the stars are billions of miles away. Another reason is that there is still sun light.
 
再告诉你一遍,星星在数十亿英里之外。另一个原因是那里仍然有阳光。
 
Matthew Hernandez
Markel Andrews but any time you go to space you will see stars ask Russians Chinese people they went to space before us and Russia even said the radiation is to dangerous for man kind
 
但任何时候你去太空,你都会看到星星。问问俄罗斯人,中国人,他们在我们之前去过太空,俄罗斯甚至说,辐射对人类是危险的。
 
kim jong un
@Unknown A since the moon has little to no atmosphere it doesnt move, but they put some little poles into it to make it stay (since it kept falling),
 
由于月球几乎没有大气层,所以它不会移动,但他们在月球上放置了一些小杆子使它保持不动(因为它一直在下落)。
 
BrownSugar1980
@INDIGO T.V. Washed out by the light of a star called The Sun buddy. While the sky might be black all of the lunar missions took place during lunar daytime, as a lunar day is about two weeks long even the multi-day missions were always in daylight. Even if you get the sun out of your line of sight you still have the unfiltered sunlight reflecting off the lunar surface, it was difficult to block out enough light to see stars but Gene Cernan claimed he did it. I believe he had to stand in the shadow of the LM, raise his visor and take some other measures to do it though. Bringing a camera into the mix didn't help, especially since those cameras were set to photograph the moon and not the stars in the sky. You don't have to go to the moon to get pictures of stars so that's not what they were even attempting to do. At roughly 240 thousand miles distance it's not a journey long enough to cause an appreciable change in the starfield or any difference in the individual stars themselves as the nearest is still over 4 light years away or roughly 24 trillion miles. So it wasn't just difficult to photograph the stars from the lunar surface but also completely pointless.
 
被一颗叫做“太阳伙伴”的恒星的光芒冲昏了头。虽然天空可能是黑色的,但所有的探月任务都是在月球白天进行的,因为月球的一天大约有两周长,即使是多天的任务也总是在白天进行。即使你把太阳从你的视线中移开,仍然有未经过滤的阳光反射到月球表面,要挡住足够的光来看到恒星是很困难的,但吉恩·塞尔南声称他做到了。我相信他一定是站在LM的阴影下,提高他的遮阳板,并采取一些其他措施,才能做到这一点。带一个相机是没有用的,尤其是那些相机是用来拍摄月亮,而不是天空中的星星的。你想要得到星星的照片不需要去月球,所以那不是他们想要做的。在大约24万英里的距离上,这段路程还不足以引起星域的明显变化,也不足以引起单个恒星本身的任何差异,因为最近的距离仍然超过4光年,也就是大约24万亿英里。所以从月球表面拍摄星星不仅困难,而且毫无意义。

 


 
Martha C
Markel Andrews the stars are in the Firmsment and it's not thousands of miles away.
 
星星就在这片森林里,它离我们并没有几千英里远。
 
ironmike southern
@INDIGO T.V. the camera that they used filtered out the light from the stars ect so they could show a better picture from the moon otherwise you would have got a lot of glare
 
他们使用的照相机过滤了来自星星的光,所以他们就可以从月亮上看到更好的图像,否则你会看到很多眩光。
 
King Nothing
@INDIGO T.V. They lowered the exposure on the camera, the reflected sunlight would be blinding to a normal exposure.
 
他们降低了相机的曝光,反射的阳光会使正常的曝光变得模糊。
 
Gautam Sharma
The stars were lost in the backdrop due to high contrast between the dull backdrop and the bright surface. Ever tried to drive directly facing the sun? Or taken a photo directly facing a bright light?
 
由于黯淡的背景和明亮的表面形成了强烈的对比,星星在背景中消失了。有没有试过直接面向太阳驾驶? 或者直接对着强光拍照?
 
Talksense
@Markel Andrews Stars are "billions" of miles away? LOL, And yet we can see stars from earth, but not on the moon? Lies never make sense
 
恒星在“数十亿”英里之外?哈哈,但是我们能在地球上看到星星,却不能在月球上看到?谎言没有意义。
 
Markel Andrews
@Talksense The earth is not facing the sun at night, which allows us to see the stars. At space, we can't see the stars because our sunlight is too bright. Learn some basic science before you comment
 
地球在晚上没有面对太阳,这使我们可以看到星星。在太空中,我们看不见星星,因为我们的阳光太亮了。在评论之前,先学习一些基础科学知识。
 
Markel Andrews
@Alex davidson because it's expensive and dangerous. Not to mention how long it will take to travel to mars
 
因为它既昂贵又危险。更不用说去火星旅行需要多长时间了。
 
Willem Van Spronsen
Actually, Apollo 11 was one of many missions in the Apollo program, and they did it for the science and exploration
 
实际上,阿波罗11号是阿波罗计划的众多任务之一,他们是为了科学和探索而进行的。
 
Willem Van Spronsen
Because the flag was tied to the pole and the moon doesn’t have any wind, so the flag was firmly in place.
 
因为旗子是系在旗杆上的,而月亮又没有风,所以旗子牢牢地系在那里。
 
Anna Luciano
@Susan Bones so how was it possible that the astronomy is completely wrong
 
所以天文学怎么可能是完全错误的。
 
TOY TULOG
@INDIGO T.V. You can never see stars easily while in space. If you look at SpaceX Camera that is in space they cant see stars at all. they see apple on earth tho.
 
在太空中你永远不可能轻易看到星星。如果你在太空中用SpaceX相机去看,也根本看不到星星。尽管如此,他们还是看到了地球上的苹果。
 
Spider-Man
Where's Micheal Jackson? I can't find him. Also I don't see anyone moonwalk.
 
迈克尔.杰克逊在哪儿?我找不到他。我也没看到有人在太空漫步。
 
Martin Dean
Too be honest it’s better than those shaky 2001 videos of 9/11, makes you wonder what the worlds governments are hiding, especially the USA.
 
老实说,它比那些摇摇欲坠的2001年911视频要好,让你很想知道世界各国政府在隐藏什么,尤其是美国。
 
Joshua Rivers
Oh, the footage supposedly shot on the moon is of exponentially better quality than security cameras at the freaking Pentagon in 2001? Seems legit. The Pentagon was hit by a missile. I know people who were driving by in an ambulance when it happened and were mysteriously stopped from responding in an unsolicited manner until everything was “ready”. “Lights, camera, ACTION!”: The US government’s favorite line!
 
哦,据说在月球上拍摄的镜头质量要比2001年五角大楼的安全摄像头高很多?似乎是合理的。五角大楼被一枚导弹击中。我认识一些人,当事情发生时,他们正开着救护车经过,却被一种不请自来的神秘方式阻止了,直到一切都“准备好”。“灯光,镜头,开始!”这是美国政府最喜欢的台词!
 
Liam Murphy
Reality is that the first footage was being received in Australia and they were getting clear color imaging. To televise it they focussed a B/W TV camera at the monitor and that is what everyone saw. They weren't recording directly from the monitor so we only have this grainy ABC TV footage.
 
事实是,第一个镜头是在澳大利亚接收的,他们得到了清晰的彩色图像。为了电视转播,他们用B/W电视摄像机对着显示器,每个人都看到了这一幕。他们没有直接从监视器上记录下来,所以我们只能看到这些颗粒状的ABC电视画面。
 
Anna Johnson
how do you know what tech they had in secret back in the day. It's been noted that the tech they had back then was better than we have been told about and higher tech than we are using today.
 
你怎么知道他们当时有什么秘密技术。值得注意的是,他们当时拥有的技术比我们听说的要好,而且比我们今天使用的技术还要高。
 
I find this to be interesting Jarp, jurp jup jup
it looks like footage taken by a black and white camera from a cellphone from 1940. This looks like it happened early WW2, even the narrator sounds like someone from the 40's. "TOP SECRET GOVERNMENT INFORMATION.... Brought to you by Marlboro for the public cinema..." "This is the moon... its grey... its a rock, but you might want to take some of this information with a grain of salt"
 
它看起来就像1940年用手机拍摄的黑白镜头。这看起来像是发生在二战早期,即使叙述者听起来也像是40年代的人。“政府绝密信息……这是万宝路为公共影院带来的……”“这是月亮……它是灰色的……它是一块石头,但是你可能会对这些信息半信半疑。”
 
Patrick Azzarella
@Martin Dean if you think footage of 9/11 is bad, you must have missed the over 60 recorded angles of it, earlier available on YouTube
 
如果你认为911的画面很糟糕,那你一定是错过了早前在YouTube上可以找到的60多个拍摄角度。
 

 


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