Exposed: Apollo 11 Moon landing conspiracy theories | Just The FAQs
Astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took the first steps on the moon, or did they? We explain one of the most talked about conspiracy theories of all time. #Apollo11 #MoonLanding #ConspiracyTheory
Stunning photos from the Apollo 11 mission are still coming out almost 50 years after a person first walked on the moon.
Michael Collins, who was the Command Module pilot during the historic flight, shared what he says is a previously unreleased photo of the three astronauts in the crew.
“The crew. Found this at the bottom of a box. Don’t think it was ever used by @NASA. #TBT @TheRealBuzz,” Collins tweeted Thursday with the “Throwback Thursday” hashtag.
The photo shows Collins standing against a moon replica. Astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong are photographed on the other side of the moon, with Armstrong’s hand on Aldrin’s shoulder.
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