|No Stars...a problem|
The Moon allegedly has little to no atmosphere.
There should be a plethora of stars visible. But NASA says no.
The real reason is, to preserve the hoax, the number of stars positioned just so would be very difficult if not impossible to fake, so they just gave us a BS excuse why there are no stars showing.
This is just one big one. There are an endless number of flaws in their presentations.
You must remember that if any little thing went wrong the mission and the men would be long gone.
Combine that with the design of the alleged vehicles to get there and back could not possibly accomplish this task, even if there was not one tiny little failure along the way.
They did not go to the Moon, and they have never been anywhere.
The rockets they send into the ocean do not have people aboard them, of course.
- A rocket with only one engine cannot complete a controlled landing. Impossible.
- The command module cannot do a controlled re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere.
- The command module is shown with a hole behind the astronauts when they talk about accessing items that there is no room for in the command module, allowing them access into the service module, however when we talk about the heat shield for re-entry that is suppose to be where the hole is, the heat shield is magically shown there, not the hole to get supplies.
- There is suppose to be the Van Allen radiation belts that would still not allow a vehicle to go to the alleged Moon. NASA is still talking about developing a future technology to get through the Van Allen belts, but hey, weren't we suppose to already be there?
Start noticing the Moon every time you get a chance. Do the particulars of the reflection make sense every-time you view it. It does not to me.
No agency, government or private has ever been to the Moon, that is the alleged globe Moon. With the high zoom cameras available to the general public now, it is looking like the Moon is not exactly the thing that we have been led to believe by NASA and all other "space agencies."