Photos of Lunar Landing Sites

Some recently released photos from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera may finally, hopefully, but doubtfully put to rest some of the lingering conspiracy theories that the moon landings were faked. Most people take our landings as fact, but if you type in “fake moon landing” on your browser, you’ll be amazed at all the supposed “proof” being offered that Hollywood and not NASA pulled off the Apollo missions.

In the past NASA and other scientists have taken the time to refute the main points most hoaxers bring up. But this might be the best proof of all.  In the photos below you can see equipment and footprints all over the Apollo 17 landing site, matching precisely with the missions.  Of course, hoaxers will say these photos were faked too.

Check out the write-up at Gizmag, including more photos and a video released by NASA.

EDC

The Apollo 17 landing site, as photographed by LROC

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About EDC

EDC is an award-winning author with a passion for telling imaginative stories resonating with universal truths. His latest novel, Runaway, is a futuristic action/adventure inspired by the book of Philemon. EDC was born in Georgia, growing up in the suburbs of Atlanta, where he now lives with his wife, Amy, and daughter, Emma. Besides writing and being employed as an analyst in the airline industry, he has worked as a volunteer with youth, church planting, and Compassion International. He enjoys landscape gardening, listening to alternative rock, and playing the swordfight game on Wii Sports Resort.
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