The Adventures of Tintin

Explorers on the Moon: Part 1 - S3-E11

Corrected entry: The rocket's journey to the moon is achieved in a handful of hours. Given that the Apollo mission to the moon took about three weeks, there is little chance that the rocket could have made it to the moon that quickly, no matter how fast it is.

Casual Person

Correction: First of all, the Apollo missions only took about three days to reach the moon, not three weeks. Secondly the claim that the rocket couldn't reach the moon so quickly "no matter how fast it is" is absurd at face value. By definition, speed is the distance you cover over a period of time. If you go faster, it takes less time to cover the distance. If you were able to travel at the speed of light, you would reach the moon in 1 1/2 seconds.

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