We've all seen footage of Neil Armstrong landing on the moon, however, there are many conspiracy theories that believe the moon landing was recorded in a specially created movie complex. What are your thoughts? Did man really land on the moon?
I don't think man landed on the moon. For instance, there is a photo of Neil Armstrong stepping out on the moon, but who was the one taking the photo? Technically he could not be the first man on the moon because there was a photographer there already. And if they used all the jet fuel to get to the moon, what fuel did they use to get back to earth? And why has no one tried to land on the moon again? And how did they know what sort of material they would need in space? yeah - I don't really buy it!
1.The photograph was taken by a camera mounted on the side of the Eagle lander.
2.What makes you think they used up all the fuel?
3. I imagine we haven't really needed to send a manned mission to the moon again. We have measured and explored it already and established that there's nothing much up there of interest. We can get samples and data without the expense of sending humans there again. As I understand it it was largely about proving that we could do it. Job done.
4.Apollo 11 wasn't the first mission into space. Note the "11" in the name. Both the USA and the USSR had been researching materials to use in space for years. They used trial and error.