The truth about the moon
The NASA Conspiracies: The Truth Behind the Moon Landings, Censored Photos & the Face on Mars by Nick RedfernThe National Aeronautics and Space Administration--NASA--was established on July 29, 1958. Ever since that day, NASA has been at the forefront of efforts to explore outerspace, resulting in the Apollo missions to the moon, the Skylab space-station, and todays space shuttle.
But behind the open face of NASA, there is a much more mysterious world. NASA has been linked to a wealth of high-level cover-ups, including:
Claims that the Apollo moon landings of 1969 to 1972 were faked as part of an effort to demonstrate military and technological superiority over the former Soviet Union.
NASAs role in hiding the truth about the controversial face on Mars--which many believe to be a carved structure, created in the remote past by long-extinct, indigenous Martians.
NASAs deep and longstanding involvement in the famous UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico, in the summer of 1947.
Deep Throat--like NASA sources that have attempted to blow the lid on NASAs most guarded secrets concerning the U.S. Governments interactions with aliens.
The NASA Conspiracies throws open all the doors that the Space Agency has kept closed for so long.
Truth Behind the Moon Landing
Moon landing conspiracy theories claim that some or all elements of the Apollo program and the associated Moon landings were hoaxes staged by NASA , possibly with the aid of other organizations. The most notable claim is that the six crewed landings —72 were faked and that 12 Apollo astronauts did not actually walk on the Moon. Various groups and individuals have made claims since the mids that NASA and others knowingly misled the public into believing the landings happened, by manufacturing, tampering with, or destroying evidence including photos, telemetry tapes, radio and TV transmissions, and Moon rock samples. Much third-party evidence for the landings exists, and detailed rebuttals to the hoax claims have been made. Conspiracists have managed to sustain public interest in their theories for more than 40 years, despite the rebuttals and third-party evidence. The many allegations in Kaysing's book effectively began discussion of the Moon landings being faked.
And Space.com's Tariq Malik appears, too!
It took , Nasa employees and contractors to put Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon in — but only one man to spread the idea that it was all a hoax. His name was Bill Kaysing. Kaysing had actually contributed to the US space programme, albeit tenuously: between and , he was an employee of Rocketdyne, a company that helped to design the Saturn V rocket engines. Yet somehow he established a few perennials that are kept alive to this day in Hollywood movies and Fox News documentaries, Reddit forums and YouTube channels. Despite the extraordinary volume of evidence including kg of moon rock collected across six missions; corroboration from Russia, Japan and China; and images from the Nasa Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter showing the tracks made by the astronauts in the moondust , belief in the moon-hoax conspiracy has blossomed since