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Will
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March 8, 2019 - 6:08 pm
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After over 10 years of dedicated hard work, I have finally put together the best

NASA anomaly page ever. Prepare to have your mind blown!

Links to original images will be included.

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I have to say there's been a great many theories about the Apollo program and whether we actually went to the moon.  I remember as a child watching the landing on TV and of course Neil Armstrong saying those now famous words.  Some of the photos and video clips being presented as proof that we didn't go … are compelling.  I do know when watching the interview of Neil, Buzz, and Michael - the whole thing seems kinda weird, like it was a strain for them to be behind that table answering questions.  And the demeanor of the three of them - one would think that being part of such a glorious accomplishment, they'd be a little more enthusiastic. 

It reminds me of that Robbie Parker dude that came out of the building chuckling, smiling, and then said something like, "Are we ready?" After which he took a moment to huff and puff to get into 'character' then started with his emotional narrative of the death of his daughter.  I've always thought that if the circumstances had been different - rather a homicide investigation instead of the tragic event that it was, Robbie would have been immediately moved into the "person of interest" category based on how he behaved at that time.  

Anyway I'm getting off-topic.  I'm not sure anymore what to think regarding the Apollo missions - and that's tragic in a way.  To take one's belief in something and cast doubt on it.  There's the narrative now that says the proof is the photos taken of the landing sites themselves.  And you know what?  Someone went out there, and analyzed the photos, did the math, and stated that the images are not in scale.  That the part of the lunar lander that was left in place, of which the photo is taken as proof, isn't the right size.  So who knows anymore.     

While civilizations live, they may still aspire, and hope - as long as their legions can hold the far frontier. - T.R. Fehrenbach

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Apollo 11 image 3Image EnlargerApollo 11 image 2Image Enlarger

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Boring moon photograph...until you look closer.
AS11-40-5938

https://www.lpi.usra.edu/resou.....HEhuwReddg

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March 8, 2019 - 6:33 pm
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UFO found in classic Apollo 11 photograph...
(AS11-40-5873)

http://tothemoon.ser.asu.edu/d.....n2D2adK750Apollo 11 image 1Image Enlarger

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On this NASA archive website it has been removed!
https://spaceflight.nasa.gov/g.....0-5873.jpg

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