8 thoughts on “NASA Faked Apollo 11 Moon Photos

    1. Jeff Fenske

      Mason,

      You’re calling people ‘idiots’ who’ve probably looked at the evidence a lot more thoroughly than you have.

      Dees’ illustration doesn’t even mention the flag. It does mention the Hassleblad still photos that are absolutely faked. That doesn’t mean the mission was faked; though, there is very solid evidence that suggests that some of the missions were. [see my link under the photo]

      The only thing I absolutely know for sure is that NASA lied to us about the still photos.

      Then where does the lying stop, once one jumps on the lying train?

      Jeff Fenske

  1. BrandonD

    Thanks for having a sensible analysis of these photos. I agree with you that many of these photos are faked, but this does not *necessarily* mean that the mission was faked. It just means that photos were faked.

    Some of the missions may have possibly been staged, but this cannot be concluded from the photos alone.

    1. Jeff Fenske

      Brandon,

      I totally agree. But who would have thought they would lie to us about the moon landing photos? Why didn’t they just tell us the truth about why the photos didn’t turn out? Now we know they’re frauds. And they’re representing US.

      Lying, today, is apparently the norm, but lying back then? Who knows what else they lied about. When it starts, where does it stop?

      jeff

  2. Joe

    I think it’s authentic. At least not a certain hoax. The moon is very reflective, you know this, as we can see it from here. It’s entirely possible that some spots are more reflective than others, creating the hotspot or inconsistant lighting.

    The shadows are not parrallel, but you are looking at their reflection on the convex face shield, which distorts it, like mirrors at a circus that aren’t flat.

    The dark side of the astronaut is clearly not as brightly lit as his backside, not the brightness around the edges of his suit. His front is weakly lit, from the reflective quality of the moons surface. It’s is not perfectly smooth so light hitting the moon is scattered in multiple directions, not like a mirror that reflects perfect angles.

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