There are many conspiracies that regard the moon landing as fake, and find all kinds of possible clues that hint to it. Now, they found an archived photo from NASA that supposedly was the missing link to prove humans didn’t actually set foot on the moon.
The photo should show the moon landing was fake
The photo that spiced all this conspiracy shows one astronaut collecting samples. The astronaut in question was John W. Young, who was the commander himself of the Apollo 16 mission. This photo was followed by a description that indicated the rover vehicle was around. Apparently, it should be present somewhere among the big boulders in the background.
However, there are many people who claim those boulders were something else. They say these were not actually rocks, but some other spaceships, people, as well as many other objects. This brings out two hypotheses regarding the moon landing.
Possible theories regarding the moon landing photo
The first one claims the moon landing was nothing but a staging. NASA filmed images in a studio and created a design that should have resembled the lunar landscape. Therefore, those boulders were actually part of the studio, and NASA forgot to cut them out of the shot.
One second claim doesn’t say the moon landing was fake. Instead, they think the astronauts actually found aliens and, trying to find this valuable evidence, NASA edited all footage that proved their existence. However, this photo might be one instance of unedited material they forgot about. Therefore, the boulders must be alien ships and buildings.
However, there are many people who do not support conspiracy theorists. They believe in all the evidence that the moon landing was real, and condemn these absurd claims. Most people believe the boulders in the photo are rocks, but conspiracy theorists still have many supporters.
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