A degree in engineering clearly does not qualify you to understand the dynamics of heat exchange in the cases of the Apollo missions, then. The space suits were white, therefore very reflective. The lunar lander was very reflective. Given that and the layers with which it was built, the interior would not have grown too hot too quickly. Not over the time the astronauts were on the surface, which was quite short. The suits were exposed even less than the lander, given that they only went out on limited excursions.
Anyway, I'm back today to share this photo:
And to ask: WHERE ARE THE STARS???
So all I need on a bright hot summer day to keep my car cool would be gold plated aluminium foil. Thanks for the tip. I wonder why I haven't seen any of those foil car covers in my 67 years on this planet. And yes, one ZOG can imitate another ZOG in faking moon landings.