5% were undecided</li></li></ul><li>Evidence Supporting a Real Landing<br />Why would the US fake such a big deal? <br /><ul><li>Wouldn’t they figure that someone would find the truth eventually?</li></ul>How did the astronauts not burn on the moon?<br /><ul><li>The spacesuits can radiate heat, and they have a cooling system in them.</li></ul>How did the astronauts make footprints, but the Lunar Module didn’t?<br /><ul><li>Since the moon’s gravity is 1/6 the Earth’s, the Lunar Module didn’t weigh as much as it did here. </li></li></ul><li>Evidence Supporting A Hoax Landing<br />During an interview with Stanley Kubrick’s wife, she explained that Stanley and other Hollywood producers were hired to help the US win the space race<br />There are two of the same backgrounds in different pictures that NASA said were taken two miles away from each other<br />There were no recorded plans for a return trip<br />
Reasons the USA Would Fake<br />Motives were…<br /><ul><li>Take away attention from the Vietnam War
Say it was rigged with a rod and wires so that it would look as if it was unfurled and blowing in Apollo photographs</li></li></ul><li>
Questions Proved~ Filming Issues<br />People who think it was a hoax<br /><ul><li>There’s a picture taken looking up at Neil Armstrong. If he was the first man on the moon, who took the picture?</li></ul>People who think it’s real<br /><ul><li>A video camera was fixed on an extending arm to swing out and capture the historic moment.</li></li></ul><li>
Questions Proved~ No Stars<br />People who think it’s a hoax<br /><ul><li>Say that there should be stars in the background</li></ul>People who think it’s real<br /><ul><li>Say that the stars were not bright enough to be captured on camera. </li></li></ul><li>
What I Believe<br />I believe that the moon landing really did happen because it doesn’t make sense in my mind to question NASA on this. I know that there are a few things that attempt to prove the event was a lie—It’s suspicious to me, though, that we didn’t start questioning the landing until technology had improved. <br />
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