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    biggest achievements, the moon landing of 1969, may have been a hoax. Many people don’t believe that it was a hoax because they don’t see any valid reason for the moon landing to have been staged. However, the competition between Russia and the U.S was fierce, as a result of the Soviets having already put a satellite into space (Sputnik). This encouraged the president of the United States, John F. Kennedy, to inspire the public with his now iconic quote “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they…

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    In 1961, President John F. Kennedy set a goal for mankind: to send a man to the surface of the moon and back by the end of the decade. The engineers of NASA were up to the task. After immense preparation and planning, Apollo 11 launched on July 16th, 1969. As a captivated audience of over half a billion people watched on television around the world, Apollo 11 landed on the moon on July 20th. The importance of the moon landing is summarized well in the famous quote of Apollo mission commander and…

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    Essay On Moon Landings

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    the Moon Landings real or faked? Were the “Moon Landings” real or were they fictional? Let’s find out, this issue is creating controversy between many Americans nowadays. I’m talking about the “Moon Landings” of 1969, you know that day when all the Americans turned on their televisions to watch this amazing accomplishment. These so called “Moon Landings” were during the time of the Vietnam War.People want to know if this important moment in time was reality or just a lie. …

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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…

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    Moon Landing Fake

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    I believe that the landing of the moon was fake because of some very good reason. First, why I think the moon landing was fake because in EVERY video or clip of Neil Armstrong walking on “The Moon” the background or in this case Space it appears to be nothing just a black surface. From a site that supplies facts that are factual it states “You will see the difference. The stars are very faint and get washed out by the bright light of the moon. The reason why no or very little stars can be seen…

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    Moon Landing

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    mission sent a man to the moon for the very first time. NASA sent three men Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Since that very day, there have been countless debates on if the moon landing actually happened or it was just a hoax put on by the United States to beat the Soviet Union to the moon in the Space Race. After the men of the Apollo 11 mission returned to safely to the surface of the Earth theorist started to spring up saying the whole mission was faked. There are many…

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    Landing On The Moon

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    The first human landing on the moon in 1969 was a great accomplishment for America and a huge disappointment for the USSR. But, what if it never happened what if the USA faked the whole thing? Just to win the Space Race? Would America really reside to being that naive just to win a race to the moon? Maybe, if they did they would have to do really good job of hiding the evidence showing that is was just filmed. Just a few things were slipped through the editor's’ eyes. For example, a big…

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    Moon landing conspiracy theories claim that foundations of the Apollo program and the connected Moon landings were complete frauds staged by NASA. The most famous claim is that landings (1969–72) were faked and that 12 Apollo astronauts did not actually walk on the Moon. Numerous groups and individuals have made these accusations since the mid-1970s, that NASA and others intentionally deceived the public into believing the landings happened, by manufacturing or destroying…

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    Moon Landing Hoax Essay

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    Moon Landing Hoax Anyone that was alive in 1969 are often asked where they were during the first moon landing and for those people, it is terrifying to think that the things we recognize as historical, groundbreaking events could have been planned or staged by the government. The Apollo 11 moon landing was viewed by 600 million people who were amazed by it at the time. America had beat Russia in the race to the moon! Although, modern technology has been able to take a closer look at all of the…

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    Although the NASA moon landing video was fraught with poor informational execution, it very effectively employed the Gish Gallup technique which caused more sway towards their side of the argument. The video used multiple pieces of questionable information and even presented itself poorly in the beginning. The beginning of the video made it seem as though the narrator was there to disprove the conspiracy theories, when later on he made it more apparent that he supported them and attempted to…

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