The Impossible Apollo 11 Hasselblad Camera Shots

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If they have no answer NASA just looks the other way.

Our previous article "The Apollo 11 Landing Point Designator" explains how the LPD must have been in the field of view of the Hasselblad camera, even though it does not show up in the Hasselblad photographs. Furthermore we learn that it is possible to calculate the position the camera was in when the picture was taken. We will now show that the Apollo 11 photographs from the lunar surface were made in a studio environment and not on the moon.

Apollo 17, the end of a lie

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Tribute to James Collier.

Apollo 17 was the last Apollo moon flight and never, ever did any space agency leave the safe zone of low Earth orbit. Over a half century has passed and NASA claims that they have lost all the paperwork and original data. It reminds me of a story about a man I once knew. He claimed he could make gold from sea water. When I visited him he showed me all the gold he had made from sea water. It was indeed the highest quality gold that you could find on Earth. But when he was asked to show how he did it he would tell you: I've forgotten.

In 1997 one of the best documentaries ever made about the Apollo moon landings was released with the title "Was It Only a Paper Moon". We have uploaded the documentary in its entirety.

The truth about the AS11-40-5863/69 photoshopped compilation

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DIY images stored on the NASA website.

Are the Apollo photographs made on the moon fake? Another important question is: how difficult is it to spot the signs of fakery. This story will show you that even the Apollo historical archive has trouble sorting fact from fiction. In October 2012 we found a compilation image that was displayed in the Apollo Lunar Surface Journal (ALSJ), the historical Apollo archive that runs on the NASA website.

The Earth seen from the moon

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NASA model from 1965 shows the size of the Earth as seen from the moon.

The following official NASA photograph 65-H-161 was released on February 15th, 1965. The information on the back of the photo reads: "This is a model of a small region of the lunar surface based on the area covered in the final p-camera picture transmitted by Ranger VII. This model was made by a photometric scaling process, a technique developed by Dr E.H. Shoemaker, USGS, Astro-Geology Branch, Flagstaff, Arizona.

The fake Dutch moon rock and the Prince

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Moon rock gate in the Netherlands.

On the 9th of October 1969 the Apollo 11 astronauts visited the Netherlands as part of a goodwill tour. As newspapers around the world have reported, during this visit a fake moon rock was given to the former Prime Minister Willem Drees. In our article "The Queen and the fake moon rock" we showed that it is likely that this rock was actually given to the Queen of the Netherlands at the royal palace by the Apollo 11 crew. Let us now introduce fake moon rock number two, which was given as a souvenir to Prince Bernhard in 1969 or early 1970.