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NASA GOT SICK OF ALL CONSPIRACY THEORIES AND RELEASED 10,000+ PHOTOS FROM THE APOLLO MOON MISSION

We always come across some or other conspiracy theories in the social media. If it’s not the alien attack it would be on Harry Potter sequels. There are a lot of theories floating around on almost every subject but no one has been able to provide any proof on the matter.

Like wise, there were many conspiracy theories that the moon landing was falsified and cast out. Many good points are usually brought up on things like, why haven’t we gone back and how it might have been a scam intended to let The US get one in over Russia.

However, in 2015, NASA  finally had enough and decided to release over 10,000 photos from the Apollo Moon mission. Check out few of those below.

 

The Check

An astronaut on work.

 

The Moon Landing

The most iconic picture of all times.

 

Module

This is the Apollo 17 Lunar Module.

 

The Third Stage

It is the third stage in Apollo 12 s IVB.

 

The Astronaut and his Vehicle

Global Galaxy extra vehicular activity Apollo 17, 1972.

 

The Moon

This is how plains on the moon look like.

 

Archive

A picture of the Apollo project archive.

 

The Moon Walk

Picture of Apollo 11 Buzz Aldrin walking on the moon.

 

Space Mision

A picture of Apollo 11.

 

One Of A Kind

A picture of the shuttle from the moon.

 

Astronaut In Action

Another picture showing their activities on the moon.

 

Keep checking this space for more released pictures…


2 thoughts on “NASA GOT SICK OF ALL CONSPIRACY THEORIES AND RELEASED 10,000+ PHOTOS FROM THE APOLLO MOON MISSION”

  1. David Clarke says:

    I was always a believer. A very enthusiastic believer. I was just telling my 30 y.o. son how the first moon landing was probably the most exciting thing I had ever seen. I was telling him how scared Aldrin and Armstrong must have been when they “turned that key” to launch them back off the moon to the mother ship. I immitated for him the sound of a car with a dead battery. rur rur rur, click click click. Not a sound you wanted to hear on the moon. Triple “A” may take a while. I was 14 y.o. at the time. And as far as a conspiracy goes, I always tell the doubters “think of how many thousands of people that would have had to keep a secret all this time”. Any one of which could have made themselves a millionaire by writing a “tell all” book and uncovering the whole hoax. I miss those exciting days. I’m sorry our space program has been reduced to hitching a ride on a Soviet bottle rocket and doing experiments on the ISS that no civilian cares anything about. And about going to Mars, it would be exciting, but come on, why do we need to go there? We know it exists. We know their is no intelligent life there and who cares if they find water or not. Think of the astronomical expense for such an endeavor. Think how many children could be provided with food, medical care, an education, and a roof over there head, with all the money that we would be spending. Think about the fact that we will likely never again see those astonauts, or Martians, again. There is no bigger fan of aviation and space flight than myself. I’m a commercial pilot. But lets get real. I’m not even sure why we feel it necessary to go back to the moon. We learned that it is not made of green cheese. Do we need to know more? Is it going to solve world hunger? OK, rant over.

  2. Roberto Feliba says:

    I was also a believer. I never thought this gorgeous deed was fake. I was 8 years old by then, but I clearly remember as if it were today all my family being glued to the TV set, amazed at the barren landscapes and the voices and mixtures of black and white colors. I do think mankind changed for ever with that very trip. As if from then on, every scientific achievement could be possible, sooner or later. Greetings from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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