In 1959 Bill Kaysing predicted that at that time, the chances of getting a man to the moon and back alive were 0.0014%, taking (1 in 60,000). into account radiation
10years later in on the 16th of July 1969, Apollo 11 was launched on a mission to the moon and back, carrying three people. On the 20th of July Apollo 11 landed on the moon. Neil Armstrong stepped out of the Lunar Module (LM) in front of a watching world, climbed down the ladder
And in doing so, Neil Armstrong won the moon race against Russia for America, and proved to an entire world that the sky isn’t the only limit.
There are three basic kinds of arguments Photographic, video, and scientific
Distraction - The U.S. government benefited from a popular distraction to take attention away from the Vietnam war with planned missions cancelled, around the same time that the us ceased its involvement in the Vietnam war. A war between Vietnam and America
Money - NASA raised approximately 30 billion dollars pretending to go to the moon. This could have been used to pay off a large number of people, providing significant motivation for complicity