In press conference after the moon landing, British reporter Patrick Moore asked the Apollo crew if they could see any stars, or if they were blocked out by the “corona of the sun.”
Truthers know everything is scripted in these things, and nothing is left to chance. But for whatever reason, the boys seemed unprepared for this question. They fumbled it, with Neil Armstrong saying he couldn’t recall what stars they could see, and Michael Collins saying he couldn’t recall seeing any.
The problem is, Apollo’s entire navigation system was based on stars. It included a “space sextant.”
Here is Buzz Aldrin with the star chart that they supposedly used:
Here’s a closeup of the chart. The inscription reads, “Flown to the lunar surface on Apollo XI.” Signed by Buzz Aldrin.
So the men couldn’t see any stars, yet they had used stars to find the moon. No stars appear in the photos supposedly taken on the moon. This has long been heralded as an anomaly in moon hoax evidence by truthers.
NASA couldn’t figure out what stars would look like from the surface of the moon, so they just left them out. You’re not supposed to notice.
Then in later years, the Apollo crew’s memory improved. In this appearance, Aldrin recalled seeing stars from space brighter than you can see them from earth.
So there you have it, folks. A collection of contradictions, as we’ve come to expect from NASA. The men found the moon via stars, but then they couldn’t see stars, but then later they could see them, but they don’t show up in pictures.
Because the whole thing was faked.