It’s not the first time someone to claim to have found evidence to prove the ‘real story’ behind the famous Apollo 17 mission.
The humankind announced it made a successful splashdown on the lunar surface nearly 50 years ago. However, the truthfulness of this achievement has been an issue of many conspiracy theorists ever since it happened.
Even though NASA provided abundant evidence to back up their triumph of sending a man to the Moon and back, there are still people who are skeptics.
Those people continuously claim they have the proof needed to show the moon landing was a fabrication.
The Apollo 17 mission is the NASA’s latest well-known manned accomplishment that launched on December 7, 1972. The mission apparently succeeded with the drive of the Saturn V rocket.
A videoblogger recently published a photo captured back on the day of the mission in 1972. According to him, the photo is faked because it contains a doubtful reflection in the helmet of one of the astronauts.
In the video, the man explaining the Apollo 17 mission says: “You can see some sort of, it looks like a man, back in the early 70’s, long hair, wearing some sort of waistcoat-type thing… and a shadow of that figure presumably.”
Moreover, the man elaborates the reason that made him judge the mission the way he did. According to him, that reason was the reflection of a man with long hair not wearing a proper space suit.
The first Apollo mission happened in 1969 and ever since then, its fairness is being altered. This video just sparks the whole debate about once again.
The followers of the blogger mention enough signs everywhere to prove whether it was a deception: a floating American flag; no crater after the landing; an object reflecting that looks like a projector etc.
The Fox News has backed up the videoblogger and his claims on Twitter: “You be the judge: Skeptics say picture debunks moon landing.”
Eugene Cernan, Ronald Evans and Harrison Schmitt are the astronauts who led the popular Apollo 17 mission.
If you still don’t believe that this photo is legit, you can find the original photo at NASA servers on this links:
So, there we wake up to another intrigue theory about it originating from an unusual figure’s reflection on a helmet.
More than two million people watched the video uploaded to YouTube. If you did it too, what was your impression?