No, The Moon Landings Weren’t Faked. (And Here’s How You Can Tell.)

A really interesting article.

Lights in the Dark

Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with a lunar seismic experiment, July 20, 1969 (NASA photo)Buzz Aldrin on the Moon with a lunar seismic experiment, July 20, 1969 (NASA photo)

When you write about space as often as I do (and use a laptop with a big NASA sticker on the cover no less) you’re occasionally going to get the question posed to you: did we really land on the Moon? (That, and “do you believe in UFOs?”) And with this year marking the 45th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing — which, by the way, most definitely happened — and this particular weekend being 45 years since the Apollo 10 “dress rehearsal” lunar orbiting mission, I thought I’d assemble a list of a few oft-purported  “proofs” of a Moon landing hoax… and then let you know why they’re completely wrong.

You’ve probably heard a few of these before…

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One comment on “No, The Moon Landings Weren’t Faked. (And Here’s How You Can Tell.)

  1. No sane person would think the moon landing was faked

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