Stanley Kubrick was able to replicate the moon videos too.
More people would be convinced if they put a billboard up there or something that we could see with a telescope. At this point, not even the Hubble Telescope can see the flag we supposedly left on the moon.
For over 40 years astronomers have been accurately tracking the position of the moon by bouncing a laser beam off of a mirror placed on the moon by the astronauts. The only reason you get the signal back is because there is a target on the moon at the location that the astronauts landed. So the claim that we can't 'see' something left behind by the astronauts is wrong.
But it is odd that we never went back in 30 years, cause it would be the first time that technology went backward.
Backward? Again wrong. The space program has technologically advanced since the moon program. Look at the Mars rovers.
And you cannot know for a 100 percent fact that the moon landings were real. You weren't there. You are just going by what you were told. That's the truth.
Ever been to Antarctica? You are just going by what you were told.
Ever seen a giant squid? You are just going by what you were told.
Ever tasted a durian? You are just going by what you were told.
Ever seen a malaria victim? You are just going by what you were told.
Maybe Antarctica, giant squid, durians, and malaria deaths are not a part of your world experience, but they do exist.
Why don't they put robots on the moon and film the surface in high quality definition? The footage we have from the moon is very grainy.
Robots on the surface are not useful for photographing the surface. Orbital craft with high resolution cameras are simpler in many ways. No landing devices have to be sent. Difficult terrain can be avoided. Orbiters are faster at mapping. Orbiters can map and remap a surface watching for changes. See the Mars land slides or the Venus flows as examples of detected changes.
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