NASA Releases 10,000+ High-Res Photos to Prove Moon Landing was Real

Did we really land on the Moon? How do we know the Moon landing wasn’t faked? What is the evidence that we actually went to the Moon? If we REALLY went to the Moon, how come we never went back? Here's NASA's answer...

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Moon Landing

What do you know about the first Moon landing? That Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969? Or that the U.S. government, desperate to beat the Russians in the space race, filmed the lunar landings in a studio located either in Hollywood Hills or in Area 51?

Since the only evidence about the “giant leap for mankind” comes from NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), the American space agency, you more than occasionally hear questions like: Did we really land on the Moon? How do we know the Moon landing wasn’t faked? What is the evidence that we actually went to the Moon? If we REALLY went to the Moon, how come we never went back?

Then there are conspiracy theories like: If there’s no atmosphere on the Moon, how can there be a breeze to blow the U.S. flag planted by Armstrong, on the Moon’s surface? If there’s no atmosphere on the Moon, where are the stars in the photos? If the moon has only one major light source (the Sun), how could the Apollo landings photos show light reflections?

In order to debunk the ‘hoax’ theories and come clean on the Moon landing, NASA recently published over 10,000 high resolution photos taken by astronauts on the surface of the Moon. Here are 10 most ‘stunning’ images that ‘prove’ the Moon Landing was real…

Moon Landing The dream is realized: Neil Armstrong walks on the Moon. July 20, 1969. Image AS11-40-5873 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon LandingAstronaut Buzz Aldrin works to level and deploy the Passive Seismic Experiment Package during the Apollo 11 extravehicular activity (EVA). Image AS11-40-5947 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon LandingView of the Moon’s surface after touchdown of the Apollo 11 Lunar Module “Eagle,” July 20, 1969. Image AS11-39-5759 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon Landing Aldrin deploying the solar wind collector on the Moon. Image AS11-40-5872 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon Landing Armstrong works at the Apollo 11 Lunar Module. Image AS11-40-5886 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon Landing Aldrin and Armstrong’s footprints on the Moon’s surface. Image AS11-40-5875 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon Landing Aldrin walks on the surface of the Moon near the Apollo 11 Lunar Module “Eagle,” July 20, 1969. Image AS11-40-5903 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon Landing Aldrin walks near the Lunar Module. Image AS11-40-5902 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon LandingThis crater on the Moon was photographed by the Apollo 11 astronauts during their lunar surface EVA. Dark shadows obscure much of the crater wall in the background. The object in the foreground is the Apollo 11 35mm stereo close-up camera. Image AS11-40-5954 courtesy NASA/JSC.

Moon LandingCrater 308: This photo was taken by the Apollo 11 astronauts as they circled the far side of the Moon, which is rough with craters and marks. Image AS11-44-6611 courtesy NASA/JSC.


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  1. the photo
    ”Aldrin and Armstrong’s footprints on the Moon’s surface. Image AS11-40-5875 courtesy NASA/JSC.”’
    the flag shade is in the opposite way of the astronote
    the photo’s are bullshit there you go

      • Whatever Gerard. Look at how the light is hitting the flag itself. It is obviously coming from the left. The shadow below and to the left of the bottom of the flag pole are clearly the wrong size and shape [to be the shadow of the flag and/or pole] & are probably the shadows of the Solar Wind Collector off camera to the left [see: Armstrong works at the Apollo 11 Lunar Module. Image AS11-40-5886 courtesy NASA/JSC and look at it’s shadow]. So, where is the flag’s shadow then? The pole’s shadow is too narrow to be seen & the flag’s shadow is out of the picture to the right.

    • It is not the shadow of the flag, you can see in picture

      Armstrong works at the Apollo 11 Lunar Module. Image AS11-40-5886 courtesy NASA/JSC

      that the shadow is cast by the white thin planted on the ground near the flag.

  2. i feel sorry about the nasa scientists because they actually dont have to pay for a lie created before them. i’m not sorry about the elite.
    the moon landings seem fake in the way that the flag doesn’t have ripples or waves it would get steady and stay straight over its weight and form. the light is like a focal light of 2000W pointed in one direction and if you look well to the shadows angles the light is about less 500m not more… and the light is pure white probably has blues… behind the astronauts it has light, i think it wouldn’t happen, it would be dark or total dark because light goes one direction only… in the back of the astronaut… and has glow and too many shines…

    the land and floor would be like dry mud or rock like, sand wouldn’t exist, it would be lost or dried and at the same time fusion to the existing rock like comets…

    and of course the lack of stars is clear… in all parts of the planet without the color of the sky/atmosfere of blue or night we can see stars all over the planet…

    i think the elite at this moment are trying the most time they can, forging everything to apply the nwo to be distinguished from all other people.

  3. The name of the Flickr collection mentioned here in this article is “Project Apollo Archive” by Kipp Teague. It shows NASA’s wonderful attempt at creating moon imagery that would be presented to the public as “real” for decades to come.

  4. I believe that the moon landings happened. There is photographic evidence from lunar orbiters.

    However, I am also willing to believe that some footage was shot in a studio on Earth. We know that a lot of the original footage was lost by NASA.

  5. In the first pic above “The dream is realized: Neil Armstrong walks on the Moon. July 20, 1969. Image AS11-40-5873 courtesy NASA/JSC.” I think the article is suggesting that this is a picture of Armstrong on the moon. It is not Armstrong, it is just another shot of Aldrin. Compare this pic to the “Aldrin walks on the surface of the Moon near the Apollo 11 Lunar Module “Eagle,” July 20, 1969. Image AS11-40-5903 courtesy NASA/JSC” and you will see identical smudges on his knees.

  6. Perfect framing, perfect exposure, perfect focus. In high resolution color no less. A professional on earth with light meters and a viewfinder would struggle. But wearing bulky gloves, without a viewfinder, without light meters, fiddling with chest mount cameras, some amateurs were able to take thousands of perfect photos, in extreme temperatures and a radiation filled environment. Not a spec of dust or a scratch on a single negative. Still believe they went? I have a bridge to sell you

  7. Lets learn about footprints so i can blow your mind. Walk on a beach at the edge of the tide really slowly and watch how your footprint is left. Then go out of the tide where it is dry and try to leave a footprint, it doesnt happen. A footprint requires moisture in order to maintain its shape, so they are trying to tell me with no atmosphere on the moon there can be moisture? Boom debunked

  8. its not that the moon landing didn’t happen, its, what actually happened during the moon landing that should be in question, the pictures are obviously edited, shadows are wrong, where are the stars?? with no atmosphere present you would see all the stars in our visible universe. fact of the matter is, if NASA had nothing to hide then these photos would have been release a long time ago and would be very different in appearance. come on anonymous, either wake up and get some more intelligent people on your team, or just admit you’ve become one of the puppets.

  9. Just curious as I really don’t know… but aside from the lack if stars, the opposing shadows, and general brightness of these images (I personally wouldn’t have expected that due to the lack of floating particles that vouch light around)….

    ANYWAYS… Did they have the tech back then for high resolution images like this? Never seen any before so kinda makes me wonder.

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