Fake Moon Landing Conspiracy TheoryFAKE or FACT?
Apollo 11 Launched 20 July 1969 from Kennedy Space Centre Crew: Commander Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins The Lunar Module "Eagle" consisted of two parts: the descent stage and the ascent stage. Famous Quote: ‘There’s One Small Step For a Man, One Giant Leap For a Mankind’
Moon Landing Hoax Some stated that Moon Landing was faked. For about 40 years, there’s no plan for return visit by the US. Moon Landing fake??
BlaBlaBlaBla….. 1st of all, we should know that the only source of light is the sun(and of course the earth’s reflected light& lunar surface). 2nd, Moon has no atmosphere. 3rd, Van Allen Radiation Belt is lethal for human. 4th……..and others….. =.=
Flag Explanation The flag appears to be flapping/waving in videos and photographs taken from airless lunar surface. The video where the flag's moving is because the astronaut just placed it there, and the inertia from when they let go kept it moving. Image Footage from NASA
Who Took the Picture?? Only two astronauts walked on the moon at a time, yet in photographs such as this one where both are visible, there is no sign of a camera. So who took the picture? The cameras were mounted to the astronauts' chests. In the picture, you can see [Neil's] arms are sort of at his chest. That's where the camera is. He wasn't holding it up to his visor.
Black-Dark Background The astronauts made no such exclamation while on the moon, and the black backgrounds of their photographs are curiously devoid of stars The moon's surface reflects sunlight, and that glare would have made stars difficult to see. Also, the astronauts photographed their lunar adventures using fast exposure settings, which would have limited incoming background light.
No Crater 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. The lander's engines were throttled back just before landing, and it did not hover long enough to form a crater or kick up much dust, Science fiction movies depict this big jet of fire coming out as [spacecraft] land, but that's not how they did it on the moon," he added. "That's not the way they would do it now or anytime in the future.
Shadow 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. There were multiple light sources, You've got the sun, the Earth's reflected light, light reflecting off the lunar module, the spacesuits, and also the lunar surface.
Bootprint 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. That's nonsense,. Moon dust, is like a finely ground powder. When you look at it under a microscope, it almost looks like volcanic ash. So when you step on it, it can compress very easily into the shape of a boot. And those shapes could stay pristine for a long while thanks to the airless vacuum on the moon.
Where is it? 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. No telescope on Earth or in space has that kind of resolving power. Even with the biggest telescope on Earth, the smallest thing you can see on the surface of moon is something bigger than a house.
Mysterious Reflections Those mysterious reflections come from studio lights on a production set. It's highly unlikely NASA would make such an obvious blunder if they had spent millions of dollars to fake the moon landing. The odd lights in the picture are simply lens flares, he said. There's a big fat pentagonal one right in the middle that is from the aperture of the camera itself.
Flapped up On the still photo, we see a flap of triangular fabric that has come loose and flapped up behind the astronauts head. However the TV film which was shot from behind the astronaut doesn't show the flap? Why not?
Crosshairs Take a look at the pictures presented here and you will see that parts of the crosshairs have disappeared from the film. This is impossible unless the film has been tampered with. The crosshairs should be completely visible in all shots and not hidden behind objects in the pictures. The only solution must be that NASA has gone to the trouble of either airbrushing out certain objects in the film, or added them over the crosshairs!
Shadows How can an astronaut cast a shadow several feet taller than his colleague who is standing a few feet away from him?
Why They do this? TO WIN THE SPACE RACE -- Back in the late 60's early 70's, Russia and the US were in a heated battle to see, well, pretty much who was better. Once the US realized that they couldn't send a man to the moon, they couldn't just say, "OK Russia, we give MONEY. NASA gathered about 30 billion dollars pretending to go to the moon. That means that someone is getting a lot of money in their pockets.
Facts about the moon An average days temperature on the moon ranges from 260° F to 280° F, for film to survive. At those temperatures, film crinkles up into a ball. About 20 miles about the Earth, there is a radiation belt named the Van Allen belt. No human can get through this belt, If you try than you get hit with 300+ rads of radiation. Unless they are surrounded on each side by 4 feet on lead. There are millions of micro-meteors travelling at speeds up to 6000 MPH, which would tear the ship to pieces. If you look at the pictures/video of people on the moon, you will never see more than 3 stars. When the LEM set down on the Lunar surface, it gave out 3000 lb. worth of thrust. This would have created a massive hole underneath the Lunar Module, but in pictures of the Lunar Module, the ground underneath is untouched.