Was the moon landing faked?

Of course it wasn’t.

No, the moon landing was not faked. The Apollo moon landing missions, which took place between 1969 and 1972, were a series of manned missions to the moon carried out by NASA, the United States space agency. The missions involved sending astronauts to the moon, collecting samples of the lunar surface, and conducting experiments.

There is a small but vocal group of people who believe that the moon landing was faked, often citing supposed inconsistencies or anomalies in the photographic and video evidence. However, these claims have been thoroughly debunked by scientific analysis and by the testimony of the astronauts who participated in the missions.

In addition, many independent organizations, including the Soviet Union, which was a rival to the United States in the space race, verified the authenticity of the moon landing through their own tracking and monitoring of the missions.

The overwhelming evidence supports the conclusion that the moon landing was a real achievement of human space exploration, and remains one of the most significant accomplishments of the 20th century

Resources on Was the moon landing faked?

From the History Channel: The Wildest Moon Landing Conspiracy Theories, Debunked

From Space.com: Moon-Landing Hoax Still Lives On, 50 Years After Apollo 11. But Why?

From RMG: Moon landing conspiracy theories, debunked

From Wikipedia: Moon landing conspiracy theories

From the News & Observer: 50 years after Apollo 11, moon landing hoaxes still thrive online

From National Geographic: Apollo 11 Hoax Photos: 8 Moon-Landing Myths Busted

From Live Science: Top Moon Conspiracy Theories and Why They Are Stupid

From Popular Mechanics: Why Faking the Moon Landing Was Impossible

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