No but it is the ONLY way you are going to pick up a noise like that! Bullshit. So a sound of something so flimsy goes through air, his spacesuit and triggers a close proximity microphone? You know absolutely nothing about the microphones they used - it is a close proximity mic fixed to a snoopy cap. You'd maybe pick up arm vibrations because it is connected to the head, but you would pick up absolutely zero from outside the suit. Anyway, are you now suggesting they did all the vocals in real time?(answer please) These clips this lying film maker is using are all from very long periods of constant footage - so that is one amazing feet of extended "natural acting"! No. It kind of looks like you are trying to find ridiculous explanations to support your pathetic claim. It is impossible to pick up sound that far away on a cardioid microphone with close proximity and through a bloody space suit. Especially something so flimsy Show me where they are banging something into the ground on the ISS spacewalk footage! Not externally. That is such a stupid thing to say. There is no mix. We hear vibrations when the circumstances are favourable for it. How do you know anything in that stupid film isn't doctored!? http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a15/a15v.1205113.rm 1 min 38 seconds. Now speed it up, because you claim it is slowed down to 66% that is one hefty throw for such a small arm movement - look how fast the damn thing is going! It's microphonics, the sound is conducted through the hull and wiring into the LM relay - simple and the only way you could ever pick sound up in that situation.