Does this picture prove that the Apollo missions were fake?
Many decades have passed since the days of the groundbreaking Apollo missions and yet researchers are still discovered tantalizing scraps of evidence in NASA’s own records of the missions which seem to suggest that all is not what it seems.
A researcher who has been studying images taken during the Apollo missions in meticulous detail has claimed to have come across an astonishing picture which seems to suggest that the missions to the moon undertaken by the American space agency were not what they appeared to be.
The researcher explained that he discovered a picture in the archives of the Apollo 17 mission which took place in late 1972. He said that the most interesting image in the collection has what appears to be a human being reflected in the visor of one of the astronauts.
According to the researcher, this human being is not wearing a space suit and therefore this strongly suggests that the photograph was not taken on the moon. This would mean that at least one of the pictures taken apparently in the course of the Apollo missions was a fake which might imply that the credibility of the entire mission has been significantly undermined.
While some have found the image fairly compelling, especially when coupled with other previous discoveries which seem to suggest that the moon landing missions were not all that they appeared to be, others are not convinced.
Skeptics have pointed out that the image of the person is incredibly difficult to make out and that it may not be the reflection of a human being at all but rather a simple trick of light and shadow. Others have suggested that the person could actually be wearing a space suit and that the person in the reflection may have been another astronaut.