Science proves NASA faked the moon landings 45 years ago.
Really? Well, no. Not really. Of course not! The moon landings were as real as Columbus’ trip to the New World.
Sorry to disappoint you conspiracy theorists, but no, science proves no such thing. All the moon landings were real. Of course!
The United States’ Apollo 11 landed on the Moon on July 20, 1969, and there were five more manned U.S. Moon landings between then and 1972. Each mission consisted of three male Astronauts, two of which landed and one of which remained in orbit in the command module. A total of twelve men landed.
Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on Apollo 11 were first. The last three Moon landings all included rovers.
One group of Astronauts left a mirror on the Moon, facing precisely toward Earth. Any scientist with a suitable laser can reflect it off that mirror and see the reflection all the way from Earth with his or her instruments. While the mirror was placed there for scientific reasons, the fact that it is still in use today is one more proof (as if it were needed) that NASA really went to the moon. The Moon landings were actually real.
It has been pointed out that the flag could not “blow in the wind” on the moon, because there is no air. This is true. That’s why they took a metal flag, which you see in the picture below seeming to wave in an imaginary breeze. It’s an intentional illusion. I assure you, if NASA wanted to fool you about the Moon landings, they’re smarter than that.
It’s high time for new Moon landings.
We should have been making more footprints on the Moon for the last 45 years. Men and women should be living there by now, doing science and building a sheltered city. They should be building factories to manufacture space ships out of Lunar materials. Space ships with which to go on to Mars and explore the Solar System. Doing this work outside of Earth’s gravity field would make it a lot cheaper in the long run. It’s pitiful that we wasted all the science and engineering we had developed by just stopping.
It’s high time we made some new moon landings.