There is a huge controversy today about the United States of America landing on the moon. Many people believe that Neil Armstrong did not land on the moon, they believe it was a hoax. Others believe that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin really made it to the moon. 1969 is when people believe Apollo 11 made it to the moon. Apollo 1 through 10 were unsuccessful. I believe that Apollo 11 really went to the moon because other countries were tracking America’s progress and Apollo 11.
On July 20, 1969, astronaut Neil Armstrong walked on the moon: or perhaps not. That is what some people think. They believe the "Moon Landings" were faked, in order to cheat the public out of billions of dollars and so that we could win the space race against the Soviet Union. According to conspiracy theorists, the scientists at N.A.S.A. realized during the Apollo missions that either is was technically impossible to reach the Moon ir that it cost too much. So, the government built a secret movie studio somewhere in the southwest and used special effects to pretend that the astronauts had landed on the Moon. Then, the "historic event" was sent through television to the entire world who, for the most part, believed it.
There are people who have gazed upon the moon, which orbits the earth, and debated with themselves a philosophical question along the lines of “Did NASA ever really land there?” or “Was Apollo 11 faked?” These people have been inquiring about an event people have been speculating about ever since Apollo 11 was allegedly on the moon. Speaking of Apollo 11, this trip supposedly took a bunch of photos of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon, and based on these photos, viewers can conclude that faking the moon landing would have required technology that NASA did not have and it would require everyone working on the project to keep quiet. There were also natural occurrences on the moon, which had large numbers of people questioning whether
In 1969, all of America watched as NASA sent the first manned ship into space and to the moon. Hundreds of people gathered around the launch station and thousands watched the live broadcasting on the news. As the countdown reached 0, the rocket with Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldron and Tim Collins flew to space and America gave a sigh of relief. Now it was time to watch as Neil Armstrong took the first steps on the moon to plant the American flag on the moon symbolizing our victory in the notorious “Space Race” with the Soviet Union. It was a great day for America as we won the “Space Race” and got safely to the moon, but not everyone was happy. In this essay, I will be talking about why some conspiracy theorists think that the historical moon landing of 1969 was staged and why I still believe that it was in fact, real.
On July 20th, 1969, the Apollo 11 with astronaut Neil Armstrong and his crew, guided by thousands of NASA technicians, supposedly landed on the surface of the moon. It was certainly one of the most extraordinary events accomplished by mankind up to that date. Neil Armstrong’s first words upon stepping on the moon surface will always be remembered “ A small step for mankind, a giant leap for humanity”.
Without one there is not the other. Doubt and certainty rely on each other, there is no such thing as certainty if there isn’t doubt. Our society relies on the fact that certainty can get us through life, that they can achieve whatever they put their mind to if they are certain they can. Everything that one holds true hasn't been proven wrong, but who says it couldn’t be? There is no such thing that says that if someone is so certain that they can do something, they will be able to conquer that. Doubt, in many ways, is that in between. Doubt is what allows us to questions those certainties. Without doubt, our society would be merely an untraversable reality in which certainty and innovation would be disregarded. Certainty is a safety
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On January 27, 1967 disaster struck for NASA, and America. The first Apollo manned aircraft with the set lunar destination caught fire once deployed. Unfortunately the crew of three did not survive the horrific event. Being the first manned aircraft that NASA’s Apollo program deployed it had significant influence on it’s viewers, and on the space agency. The failure of Apollo 1 was NASA’s first attempt at greatness. Their way of dealing with the public was carefully thought through. Through heart wrenching emotions and logistical strategies NASA was able to convince society that the Apollo mission shouldn’t be considered a defeat, but a breakthrough in American history.
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