The Great NASA Moon Landing Hoax

Did NASA send manned missions to the moon? Did Neil Armstrong take ‘one giant step for mankind’ as we’ve been led to believe? Or was the Apollo Moon Landing program ‘one giant hoax’...?

According to the official story, on 20th July, 1969, as the American public looked on in wonder, Neil Armstrong and Edwin ‘Buzz’ Aldrin became the first men ever to walk on the moon.

But did they? Did America really send manned missions to the Moon in the late 60s and early 70s, as NASA claims?

Or was the entire Apollo Moon Landing Program a hoax designed to elevate America to number one in the geopolitical superpower charts, as claimed by a growing number of pretty serious researchers?

Certainly the amount of anomalies and questions still surrounding the program provide for continued debate:

* Why does the American flag ‘flap in the wind’ on the original NASA footage, when the moon’s atmosphere is supposed to be a vacuum?

* How is it that all the photographs taken by the Apollo astronauts on old Brownie-style cameras strapped to their space suits look like they were taken by professional photographers in studio conditions?

* How did they transport the Lunar Rover — effectively a 4×4 jeep — to the moon when the Apollo Landing Module was no bigger than a Nissan Micra? Did they strap it to the roof?



You can tell Apollo was faked because ... Aldrin is seen in the shadow of the lander, yet he is clearly visible. Hoax subscribers say that many shadows look strange in Apollo pictures. Some shadows don't appear to be parallel with each other, and some objects in shadow appear well lit, hinting that light was coming from multiple sources—suspiciously like studio cameras. Maybe??

You can tell Apollo was faked because ... the module is shown sitting on relatively flat, undisturbed soil. According to skeptics, the lander's descent should have been accompanied by a large dust cloud and would have formed a noticeable crater.  Hmmmm? 

You can tell Apollo was faked because ... the astronauts' prints are a bit too clear for being made on a bone-dry world. Prints that well defined could only have been made in wet sand.

You can tell Apollo was faked because ... with instruments such as the Hubble space Telescope capable of peering into the distant recesses of the universe, surely scientists should be able to see the various objects still on the moon. But no such pictures of these objects exist. Hmmm?

You can tell Apollo was faked because ... those mysterious reflections come from studio lights on a production set.

* How did they survive the severe levels of Cosmic Radiation fizzing away out there in open space? According to NASA their spacesuits were no thicker than bargain-price tin foil.

* And what about the dodgy lighting that made the moon’s surface look suspiciously like a movie set?

* Or the fact that there were no scorch-marks left on the moon’s surface when the Apollo Landing Module blasted off and headed back to earth?

Indeed, we are told that Neil Armstrong’s famed ‘footprint’, impressed in the dust of the moon’s surface when he stepped down from the landing module, is still there to this day.

But no blast marks from a huge rocket taking off?

These questions plus a whole lot more continue to cast doubt on the Apollo Moon missions to this day, and until one or two satisfactory answers are forthcoming from NASA or the US government, we reckon we should provoke the argument still further.
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