Was the moon landing of 1969 a hoax? Why are conspirators convinced that the government did indeed fake the moon landing? Is there evidence that the moon landing wasn't a sham? Why would the government fake it in the first place? An astounding amount of evidence effectively argues that the moon landing was actually recorded in a simulated environment. There are so many scientific facts that make that assumption seem like a reality, such as the lack of imprint from the landing of the rocket or how the rocks "found" on the moon could have easily be found on earth, as well as the fluttering of the flag in a 'zero gravity' envrionment.
“That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” (Neil Armstrong, 1969). At first glance, it may seem like we actually sent people to the moon and they returned safely. People have failed to notice, however, that NASA didn’t cover up everything completely when faking the first moon landing. If people continue to believe that America sent people on the moon and that they returned unharmed, they will never understand the larger question of exactly how they did it. That is, if they actually did. The famous 1969 landing on the moon was faked because the American flag was moving, the technology to create a fake space set existed back then, and there were unnatural occurrences on the moon.
Apollo 13 is an award winning movie starring Tom Hanks and Kevin bacon that was release in June 1995. As a historical movie, many people like to think that just because it’s based on a past event the movie is granted unquestioned accuracy. Well, Apollo 13 is actually very historically accurate in its events and the setting, both outside of Earth and on Earth, but it does have a few inaccuracies in portraying the characters but were put in to make the film more interesting than the actual Apollo mission of the early 70’s.
Undertaking a mission does not always mean battle or war; it can be anything, from selling lemonade at a lemonade stand to saving a patient in the ER. There are infinite reasons as to why someone would undertake a mission. Apollo 13’s crew were dehydrated and basically poisoned by carbon dioxide in their trip to return home. Ernesto Galarza learned to speak the English language fluently and to become a good U.S. citizen. The pilots of Apollo 13 were determined to get back home alive while Ernesto Galarza was determined to fit in at his new school, but not forget his hispanic roots. Despite the difference of their missions, they both achieved their goals by staying courageous and never giving up.
In my personal opinion, I think the moon landing was not faked and actually did happened. One of the reasons I think this is, the Apollo 11 actually did go into space, so I don’t think they would build a million dollar spacecraft just to launch it into space and then have it come down crashing into the ocean. They wouldn’t waste that much money or equipment like that.
2 blew up”. All of the sudden it seemed as though everything was falling apart. The crew was out of plans because they were not expecting this to happen. The crew had been communicating with NASA headquarters through this entire experience attempting to come up with ideas about what to do in this dire situation. “Houston we 've had a problem here.” This quote is famous for being the exact words that a member of the apollo 13 crew said when they realized what was happening on the spaceship. One of the crew’s biggest concerns was the loss of power. Without power they would definitely not be able to get back to earth. Apollo 13 ran on a lot of power, but they were running out quickly . In the study sync book it states “With only 15 minutes of power left in the CM, CapCom told the crew to make their way to the LM.” This explains the dire need for power in the ship. The biggest and most mysterious question was, “How to get back to earth safely.” Although the crew went through a lot of hardships and fear, in the end, they made it back to earth
Launched on April 11, 1970 at 1:13 pm (central time) from the Kennedy Space Center, Florida Apollo 13 was the seventh manned mission in the Apollo space program. Apollo 13 was aborted two days after the launch because an oxygen tank exploded. In this mission, to explore space there was a brave crew of men who risked their lives to explore space for more undiscovered information. These men went out of this world not knowing if they would make it to space or back, anything could have happened. They all had family that watched them leave and waited for them to come back. Family member and everyone else prayed that all three astronauts would make a safe trip to the moon and a safe trip back to Earth. All of their family members would wait
After the attachment of the Lm, a large explosion erupted and the whole module was sent spinning which caused a misdirection of their course. Immediately NASA’s ground team and the piolets worked together as a team and were able to find the problem and conclude what was needed to stop the out of control spinning. Unfortunately with this explosion, it caused enough oxygen leakage that the landing on the moon was scrubbed. Resulting in a great disappointment on the team, it affected their
In the late 1950’s, people were motivated to learn how to successfully land a man on the moon. The Apollo Program was created to take on this endeavor. In the beginning, the Apollo flights launched into space and simply orbited the earth while focusing on the spacecraft’s performance. Apollo 1 orbited the earth 163 times. With each following mission, they ventured further with their exploration and abilities, learning from previous missions. Apollo 8 went further and orbited the moon the 10 times. Apollo 9 experimented with the undocking of the lunar module and the re-docking to the command module while orbiting the moon. Apollo 10 completed the same procedures and even went as far as practicing the landing on the moon 10 miles above
“The Apollo 12 flight plan called for the LM ascent stage to provide a measured seismic stimulus for the ASLEP seismic experiment (Dunbar 1).” This mission was the second most successful landing for the United States. During the process of reaching the moon for Apollo 12, it was Conrad and Bean that stepped out of the Command Module and on the moon's surface. Richard Gordon stayed in the module by himself. In this mission the module was called Yankee Clipper. It was the machine that had the duty of carrying the astronauts to and from the moon. “Apollo 12 landed in an area called Mare Cognitum in the Ocean of Storms. Mare Cognitum means Known Sea and was so called because several unmanned spacecrafts had recently landed in the area and it was familiar (Adams).” This mission took approximately 10 days, four hours, 36 minutes, and 25 seconds to cover 952,354 miles of distance. Over all in mission Apollo 12 Yankee Clipper had 45 revolutions to better classify the orbits. “The Apollo 12 mission was the only mission to the Moon in which the astronauts were able to visit another spacecraft. The landing was so precise that Conrad and Bean were able to walk to Surveyor 3, a spacecraft which landed there in 1967, and took parts of it to return to earth (Adams).” Mentioned earlier their goal was to return with anything useful to help with missions down the road. Fun fact about what was said when the men landed on the Moon;
My second piece of information is the Apollo 11 was being tracked by the Soviet Union by satellite. The United States of America was in space race with the Soviet Union to get a man on the moon. If the Americans didn’t make it to the moon the Russians would have told everybody that we didn’t.
It’s not challenging to think of movies that take place in space. Apollo 13, The Martian, Interstellar, and Star Wars are just a few examples. To make these, innovative technology is used by film studios to create realistic effects. They are able to make their movies look extremely real, which makes them more enjoyable to watch. However, these abilities have been used dishonestly by NASA and the United States to win the race to the moon. Everyone has heard Neil Armstrong’s famous quote, “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,” but this event wasn’t the monumental leap the public believe it was. The moon landing of 1969 wasn’t real. The pictures and videos watched by millions were all shot and prerecorded in a studio with actors, costumes, and props. NASA and the government have been telling lies. By examining the stimulation of weak gravity, the astronaut’s lines, the photographic evidence, and the reasons behind faking the landing, it can be concluded that Apollo 11 never made it to the moon.
Apollo 13 is a film made in 1995 telling the events of the aborted lunar mission in 1970 of “Apollo 13”; this was America’s third moon landing mission. The problem that I identified in the start of the film is in the original team of three astronauts, one of them had either become ill or will become because he was exposed to the measles. This happened a few days right before the launch. So, they wanted to replace the sick one and use a different astronaut. At first the other astronaut was against this but then his boss threatened to put him on later mission, then he complies.
After another four days traveling between the moon and the Earth, the command module landed in the Pacific Ocean on July 24th, 1969. This marked the end of a historical space mission to travel across the void of space and to successfully land on the moon. More so, astronauts were able to walk on the moon and explore the lunar surface through direct physical contact. The previous 5 Apollo missions had been designed to travel to the moon and make lunar observations from orbit, yet this mission defied all of those observational patterns by allowing an objective obseevati9on by Astronauts on the lunar surface. Finally, the astronauts were quarantined due to the fact that they had been in an alien environment. In fact, there was a law passed entitled “Extra-terrestrial Exposure Law” that required the astronauts to remain in quarantine before being evaluated and processed by scientists. Afterwards, the astronauts were cleared of any alien “pathogens” and allowed to celebrate the great victory of their space mission. Historically, the moon landing represents one of the greatest space exploration missions of humankind, which was accomplished by the expert astronautical skills of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins in the Apollo 11 space
The computer on the Eagle was about as strong as a modern day digital watch. Armstrong had to manually override the system on decent because the landing craft was headed straight for a “rugged crater the size of a football field” (Potter). Also the computer sounded alarms on the final seconds of the decent. The NASA team back on Earth held its breath knowing how dangerous and risky this part of the mission was. When the craft landed on the moon there was only thirty seconds of fuel left for decent ("Apollo 11 Mission Overview."). Armstrong announced landing just seventeen seconds before he would have been told to abort mission and take the landing craft back to the main ship