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Debate: Was the Apollo moon landing fake?

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Does the fact that there were no stars in the background mean the 1969 moon landing may have been faked?

Yes

The view into space is very similar to he view into the sky from Earth.

There are planets and stars in the sky on the moon, and if they weren't in the footage taken (which there wasn't) then they probably recorded the whole thing in a studio. There were no stars put in because they were worried people might be skeptical about the constellations and therefore left them out. They knew if anyone questined that moved they would have an excuse (given in the "no" section of this article).

No

The astronauts had very bright spacesuits.

With the exposure of the camera used for the moon landing, it shows the bright spacesuits and moon surface, and these were too bright for the stars in the background to be seen.

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