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The Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969 was one of the most astonishing achievements in human history. That day, an estimated 530 million TV viewers watched U.S. astron...

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The Wildest Moon Landing Conspiracy Theories, Debunked

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American Flag Looks Like It Is Flapping In The Wind

If you look at the American flag in still pictures from the Apollo 11 mission, it appears to be flapping in the wind.But how can that be, since there's no wind on the moon?...

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You Can’t See The Stars

"One of the first arguments I heard and one of the easiest to debunk…is the fact that there are no stars in the lunar sky," Fienberg says."All of the exposures of the astro...

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The Shadows Aren’t Right

In images from the moon landing, it is possible to see certain objects even though they are in shadow.Skeptics argue that if the sun were the only source of light, this wou...

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You Can’t See Armstrong’s Camera

In one of the pictures from the moon landing, you can see Armstrong clearly reflected in Aldrin’s visor. Some skeptics have pointed out that Armstrong does not appear to be...

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Stanley Kubrick Filmed It

Director Stanley Kubrick's film 2001: A Space Odyssey wowed audiences in 1968 for creating a realistic image of outer space.It was so compelling t...

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