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THE GREAT MOON HOAX On July 20 1969 the first dusty footprints left by men on the moon were also indelible footprints left on the hearts and imaginations of the human race No other adventure was shared by more people No other quest has meant more to our species as a standard by which we measure our incredible potential This was one of the most famous days in the history of our planet from the various points of view of people who lived it right here on Earth It is One Day in the Life of Earth -late 20th century - preserved in the reflection of an extraordinary achievement Or was it Astronomers specialists and amateurs alike have come to several conclusive discoveries that play contrary to the first acclaimed lunar landing In the following document arguments and examples will be introduced with liable resources disregarding all past support on Apollo 11s final destination It backs up the theory that the exploration and expedition of the lunar landing was an utter fraud call it as you may The Great Moon Hoax Therefore do to resent study and factual proof the 1969 lunar landing never actually occurred the way America perceived it to through pictures video footage and detailed explanations While this paper deals with the theory that man indeed never did reach the moon all readers must understand that not everyone agrees with this Most of Americas population ignorantly feels that Apollo 11 with Neil Armstrong Michael Collins and Edwin Aldrin was the first Apollo flight to land on the Moon on July 20 1969 While Collins flew in orbit around the Moon in the command module Armstrong and Aldrin descended in the lunar module landing in the Sea of Tranquillity Some of their back up for attacks against the unlikely hood of the hoax are as follows In regards to the unseen stars they support it by
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