The American conservative magazine, The American Spectator, has published an article that highlights how the story of the Apollo 13 mission has been completely misrepresented.
The story of Apollo 11 is a classic example of the power of false narratives, the article argues.
The article, entitled, “What Did NASA Really Do on the Apollo Missions?” explains how NASA was not interested in the truth about what happened on the Moon.
The author points out that the Apollo program was a “revisionist effort,” meaning it was originally designed to prove the existence of extraterrestrial life.
The Apollo 11 mission was supposed to prove that humans existed on other planets, not just Mars, NASA claimed at the time.
The “NASA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter” (LRO) was launched on Dec. 4, 1969 to investigate the moon, which was believed to have been uninhabited at that time.NASA launched the first manned spacecraft to the moon on Dec 20, 1972, and then in January 1973, Apollo 11 crew members Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong performed the first lunar landing.
The program eventually expanded to include an orbital mission to the Moon on June 17, 1972.
But in July 1974, a U.S. government probe discovered a large meteorite that fell into the Pacific Ocean.
The agency’s investigation led to the conclusion that the object in question was a meteorite, and NASA launched a probe to examine it, and found evidence that it had originated in the earth.
A new study led by a team of scientists published in The American Journal of Physical Anthropology, published on Thursday, analyzed all of the research related to the Apollo missions, and concluded that there is no evidence that there was any contamination on the moon during the Apollo flights.
The team included NASA scientists, as well as geologists and scientists from the U.K., France, and Italy.
In the end, the study found that “the likelihood of contamination on [the moon] is very low,” the team wrote.NASA released a statement on Friday, noting that the agency did not intend to publish the article.
The authors of the article also note that “it is also important to remember that the moon was not the only object that fell on the surface of the Earth in the past.”
The article goes on to explain how the moon mission was actually a re-creation of a previous mission, the Apollo 8 mission, in which the moon landing was accomplished by astronauts Alan Shepard and Edwin E. Aldrin.
The lunar landing was not a success, the team found.
“The Apollo program has been hijacked by the Apollo Institute to make the case that humans do exist on other worlds,” they wrote.