Essay On Moon Landing

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Moon Landing
Is the Moon Landing taken place in 1969 real? Some people think that the moon landing was real, something it's fake and can back it up. People have been wondering this question ever since it happened. Is the moon landing real. I am here to talk about that.

I think the moon landing was fake because of the reflection in Neil Armstrong's face mask. If you look closely at his face mask you can see a reflection of a building in his helmet. This must mean that it was recorded in a live studio. and when you notice when he comes out of the ship Who is filming him? Who could have done it what I thought was he was the first man on the moon.

Also if he was being filmed on the moon the film in the camera should have melted because the
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And also the radiation field, they had to go through in order to get to the moon. They say the radiation was so high that it could kill a person if they went through it without protection. I know that they had their suits on but what if the didn't have any of that stuff on when passing it is possible that they forgot to put it back on or if they did not have their helmets on? they should have died when they went through that radiation field.

The rocks that they brought back if you look closely you can easily spot a C on one of the rocks why does one of the rocks have a C on it maybe because it was man made and so called “Brought Back” from the moon or it was made to look like it was from the moon.

These are all of the reasons I think that the moon landing is fake from the “who filmed it” to “ the C on the rock” these are all reasons I think it was faked. what do you think after reading this do you still think it's real or do you think its fake after reading all of this evidence on why it's

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