Did man land on the moon? Do astronauts go to the International Space Station (ISS)? Are spacewalks real? Did Elon Musk really launch a car into space?

Steve Falconer, of Spacebusters, says ‘no’ to all of the above.


In his slideshow, Steve questions the authenticity of major space achievements like the moon landing, astronaut missions to the International Space Station, and SpaceX rocket launches.

He argues that much of the official footage and imagery from these events is fabricated or computer-generated. He shows examples such as inconsistencies in NASA photos, identical smoke patterns in SpaceX launches years apart, and a hilarious Indian lunar landing that is an animation.

Steve goes on to explain that the space industry, like professional wrestling, is a multibillion-dollar business based on deception.

Because there wasn’t any television. There wasn’t about taking a picture. You watched animation.

Buzz Aldrin, talking on Conan O’Brien

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