List of man-made objects left on the surface of the Moon:
- Luna 2
- Ranger 4
- Ranger 6
- Ranger 7
- Luna 5
- Luna 7
- Luna 8
- Ranger 8
- Ranger 9
- Luna 9
- Luna 10
- Luna 11
- Luna 12
- Luna 13
- Surveyor 1
- Lunar Orbiter 1
- Surveyor 2
- Lunar Orbiter 2
- Lunar Orbiter 3
- Surveyor 3
- Lunar Orbiter 4
- Surveyor 4
- Explorer 35 (IMP-E)
- Lunar Orbiter 5
- Surveyor 5
- Surveyor 6
- Surveyor 7
- Luna 14
- Apollo 10 LM (Snoopy) descent stage
- Luna 15
- Apollo 11 LM-5 (Eagle) descent stage
- Apollo 11 LM ascent stage
- Apollo 12 LM-6 (Intrepid) descent stage
- Apollo 12 LM ascent stage
- Luna 16 descent stage
- Luna 17 & Lunokhod 1
- Apollo 13 S-IVB (S-IVB-508)
- Luna 18
- Luna 19
- Apollo 14 S-IVB (S-IVB-509)
- Apollo 14 LM-8 (Antares) descent stage
- Apollo 14 LM-8 ascent stage
- Apollo 15 S-IVB (S-IVB-510)
- Apollo 15 LM-10 (Falcon) descent stage
- Apollo 15 Lunar Rover
- Apollo 15 LM-10 ascent (Falcon) stage
- Apollo 15 subsatellite
- Luna 20 descent stage
- Apollo 16 S-IVB (S-IVB-511)
- Apollo 16 LM-11 (Orion) descent stage
- Apollo 16 Lunar Rover
- Apollo 16 LM-11 (Orion) ascent stage
- Apollo 16 subsatellite
- Apollo 17 S-IVB (S-IVB-512)
- Apollo 17 LM-12 (Challenger) descent stage
- Apollo 17 Lunar Rover
- Apollo 17 LM-12 (Challenger) ascent stage
- Luna 21 & Lunokhod 2
- Explorer 49 (RAE-B)
- Luna 22
- Luna 23
- Luna 24 descent stage
- Hagoromo / Hiten
- Lunar Prospector
- Moon Impact Probe (MIP) / Chandrayaan-1
- SELENE Rstar (Okina)
- Chang'e 1
- SELENE (Kaguya) main orbiter
- LCROSS Shepherding Spacecraft
- LCROSS Centaur
Also containers of urine, flags, footprints, personal items and finally plaques. More here>>>>>>
If all of the man-made objects are to burn up in the fire of the final conflagration at the end of days as St Thomas and the Church do say, then please tell me how are all of the man-made objects that are left on the moon burn up in this fire of the final conflagration at the end off days?
If the fire of the final conflagration is to rise up from the bowels of the earth and reach a level no greater than the waters of the Deluge reached in the time of Noe (15 cubits above the mountain tops) to burn up all of mans works - then how does this fire burn up all the man-made works that have left the orbit of the earth?
Please answer that question.
Is St. Thomas and the Church wrong?
Remember the Fire of the Final Conflagration will reach a height no greater than 15 cubits above the Mountain tops to cleanse the World of all the works of men at the end of days......
Oh, Look The Fire Can't Reach Us Here!
What? does anything that is higher than 15 cubits above the Mountain tops at the end of days, get a pass?
Question 74. The fire of the final conflagration
Article 1. Whether the world is to be cleansed?
Objection 1. It would seem that there is not to be any cleansing of the world. For only that which is unclean needs cleansing. Now God's creatures are not unclean, wherefore it is written (Acts 10:15): "That which God hath cleansed, do not thou call common," i.e. unclean. Therefore the creatures of the world shall not be cleansed.
Objection 2. Further, according to Divine justice cleansing is directed to the removal of the uncleanness of sin, as instanced in the cleansing after death. But there can be no stain of sin in the elements of this world. Therefore, seemingly, they need not to be cleansed.
Objection 3. Further, a thing is said to be cleansed when any foreign matter that depreciates it is removed therefrom: for the removal of that which ennobles a thing is not called a cleansing, but rather a diminishing. Now it pertains to the perfection and nobility of the elements that something of a foreign nature is mingled with them, since the form of a mixed body is more noble than the form of a simple body. Therefore it would seem nowise fitting that the elements of this world can possibly be cleansed.
On the contrary, All renewal is effected by some kind of cleansing. But the elements will be renewed; hence it is written (Apocalypse 21:1): "I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth was gone." Therefore the elements shall be cleansed. Further, a gloss [St. Augustine, De Civ. Dei xx, 16 on 1 Corinthians 7:31, "The fashion of this earth passeth away," says: "The beauty of this world will perish in the burning of worldly flames." Therefore the same conclusion follows.
I answer that, Since the world was, in a way, made for man's sake, it follows that, when man shall be glorified in the body, the other bodies of the world shall also be changed to a better state, so that it is rendered a more fitting place for him and more pleasant to look upon. Now in order that man obtain the glory of the body, it behooves first of all those things to be removed which are opposed to glory. There are two, namely the corruption and stain of sin--because according to 1 Corinthians 15:50, "neither shall corruption possess incorruption," and all the unclean shall be without the city of glory (Apocalypse 22:15)--and again, the elements require to be cleansed from the contrary dispositions, ere they be brought to the newness of glory, proportionately to what we have said with regard to man. Now although, properly speaking, a corporeal thing cannot be the subject of the stain of sin, nevertheless, on account of sin corporeal things contract a certain unfittingness for being appointed to spiritual purposes; and for this reason we find that places where crimes have been committed are reckoned unfit for the performance of sacred actions therein, unless they be cleansed beforehand. Accordingly that part of the world which is given to our use contracts from men's sins a certain unfitness for being glorified, wherefore in this respect it needs to be cleansed. In like manner with regard to the intervening space, on account of the contact of the elements, there are many corruptions, generations and alterations of the elements, which diminish their purity: wherefore the elements need to be cleansed from these also, so that they be fit to receive the newness of glory.
Reply to Objection 1. When it is asserted that every creature of God is clean we are to understand this as meaning that its substance contains no alloy of evil, as the Manichees maintained, saying that evil and good are two substances in some places severed from one another, in others mingled together. But it does not exclude a creature from having an admixture of a foreign nature, which in itself is also good, but is inconsistent with the perfection of that creature. Nor does this prevent evil from being accidental to a creature, although not mingled with it as part of its substance.
Reply to Objection 2. Although corporeal elements cannot be the subject of sin, nevertheless, from the sin that is committed in them they contract a certain unfitness for receiving the perfection of glory.
Reply to Objection 3. The form of a mixed body and the form of an element may be considered in two ways: either as regards the perfection of the species, and thus a mixed body is more perfect--or as regards their continual endurance; and thus the simple body is more noble, because it has not in itself the cause of corruption, unless it be corrupted by something extrinsic: whereas a mixed body has in itself the cause of its corruption, namely the composition of contraries. Wherefore a simple body, although it be corruptible in part is incorruptible as a whole, which cannot be said of a mixed body. And since incorruption belongs to the perfection of glory, it follows that the perfection of a simple is more in keeping with the perfection of glory, than the perfection of a mixed body, unless the mixed body has also in itself some principle of incorruption, as the human body has, the form of which is incorruptible. Nevertheless, although a mixed body is somewhat more noble than a simple body, a simple body that exists by itself has a more noble being than if it exist in a mixed body, because in a mixed body simple bodies are somewhat in potentiality, whereas, existing by themselves, they are in their ultimate perfection.