NASA Got Sick of all that Conspiracy and Released over 8,000 Photos from the Apollo Moon Mission
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NASA has created an account on Flickr and uploaded thousands of pictures of it's Apollo program calling it "Project Apollo Archive". It's up to you to make your own conclusions about the validity or not of these images. But now they are out for everyone to look at and figure it out. You be the judge
Some say it was a giant leap for humanity, some say it was fake, some even say Stanely Kubrick directed it. However, the landing on the moon is still a subject that evokes mixed emotions.
Recently, NASA uploaded just about every image captured by Apollo astronauts on lunar missions, which you can find on their Project Apollo Archive Flickr account.
There are some 8,400 photographs in all at a resolution of 1800 dpi, and they’re sorted by the roll of film they were on.
Here are some of them: