An extraordinary success attracts academic case studies on it, and an extraterrestrial success attracts paranormal activities on it. Jokes apart, when spaceflight Apollo 11 helped astronaut Neil Armstrong and pilot Buzz Aldrin land on the Moon in 1969, many controversies followed the pathbreaking event of the human success.
A string of conspiracy theories questioned the very success of the mission, and many even claimed that the iconic picture housing an American flag and Neil himself was photoshopped. Till date, if you ask, you'll see many hands raised which still do not believe that the mission saw completion. And recently, one new theory got added to the bundle of doubts, only to attract burns from the face of social media users and believers of the mission.
So was the entire moon landing fake? Let's find out what people believe.
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