There is a big number of points skeptics of the moon landing can bring up that don't "look right" to them, but all of them have scientific explanations when examined closely. Furthermore, for a conspiracy to be effective, those involved must be very few in number so they can keep the secret. Every additional person added to the conspiracy raises the chances that somebody will, accidentally or on purpose, ‘spill the beans’. In the case of the Apollo programs, there were thousands of people involved; not only the astronauts, but also the NASA employees that saw them climb into the rocket, the TV companies that videotaped the spacecraft launching, or the sailors on the recovery ship that saw them coming out of the capsule in the middle of the Pacific ocean when their trip was over. For this reason, I believe one of the best sources to take into account is O’Leary’s opinion, as he was a real astronaut and worked hard in his researching, what made his opinion to change. The claim that the Apollo missions to the moon were fabricated by NASA makes little sense for me.
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