The Incredible Journey of Apollo 12

The Incredible Journey of Apollo 12


Earth. November 14, 1969. Three astronauts, with spacesuits, food, water,
and a battery of scientific and communications equipment, prepared to fly to the moon. Thousands gathered at the Kennedy Space Center
in Florida, including President and Mrs. Richard Nixon, to witness the historic launch. It was raining that day, but that was no cause
for delay. The ship that would carry them into space was designed to launch in any weather. But how would it respond to a powerful electrical
storm now gathering above the launch pad? That was just the beginning of the incredible
journey of Apollo 12. With three astronauts fastened into their
seats, the countdown proceeded. Astronaut and Mission Commander Pete Conrad
would say later: “The flight was extremely normal, for the first 36 seconds.” The five engines of the Saturn 5’s huge
first stage were designed to burn through 5 million pounds of liquid oxygen in just
two and a half minutes, and to send the spacecraft up 67 kilometers above the Atlantic Ocean. When it reached an altitude of 2000 meters,
something unexpected happened. Racing through the stormy environment, the
rocket generated a lightning bolt that traveled down its highly conductive exhaust trail. Another bolt hit 16 seconds later. All of the spacecraft’s circuit breakers
shut off. The tracking system was lost. A young flight controller in Houston, Texas
instructed astronaut Alan Bean on how to turn on an auxiliary power system. The mission
was back on track. Once in Earth orbit, all systems appeared
to check out, and flight control officials gave the crew the green light to leave Earth. The astronauts were not told of concern that
the lighting strikes had damaged the pyrotechnic system used to deploy the parachutes that
would ease them back through the Earth’s atmosphere. If that system failed, the astronauts would
not return alive. This mission would have its share of perils,
not unlike those faced by a long line of past explorers, whose courage and restless spirit
propelled them into the unknown. This one, however, was backed by years of
technology development, test flights, astronaut training, and the largest support team back
home that any mission ever had. But hundreds of thousands of kilometers out
in space the three astronauts were pretty much on their own. What made Apollo 12 unique was the friendship
and chemistry of its crew. Conrad, Bean, and Richard Gordon were all Navy men. Working
and training together on the Gemini program, they had gained each other’s respect and
trust. Now, hurtling across more than 400,000 kilometers
to the moon, they prepared to fullfill the mission’s goals. One was to set up a scientific station designed
to record seismic, atmospheric, and solar data. Another was to visit an unmanned lunar probe
called Surveyor III that had landed there two and a half years before. The idea was
to bring back a part to study the effect of the lunar environment. A third goal was to improve on the landing
of Apollo 11 just 5 months before. Dropping down over a region called the Sea
of Tranquility, pilot Neil Armstrong found himself heading straight for a crater full
of boulders. He had to fly over the planned landing site
and find a new one. Now kilometers beyond the target, the lander,
called Eagle, was literally running out of gas. With less than 30 seconds of fuel left, Neil
Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin finally touched down on a landscape obscured by dust stirred
up by the vehicle’s thrusters. Future astronauts would have to be able to
make precision landings at locations dictated by science. That meant they would have to
touch down on landscapes filled with all kinds of rocks and craters. For Apollo 12, the science pointed to a region
known as the Ocean of Storms, some 2000 kilometers from where the Eagle had landed. Here, the
landscape is dark from lava that cooled to form its flat expanse billions of years ago. Within it, an impacting asteroid had hollowed
out Copernicus crater, perhaps showering the region with rocks blasted out from deep underground. To sample this geological treasure trove,
the astronauts sought to land at a series of smaller craters about 45 kilometers away. After a journey lasting 83 and a half hours,
the crew fired the spacecraft’s engine to go into an elliptical lunar orbit. Five hours later a second burn put the spacecraft
into a circular orbit 111 kilometers above the lunar surface. The next day, Pete Conrad and Allan Bean entered
the lunar module, Intrepid. Separating from the command module, they dropped
down toward their target. Pete Conrad would rely on improvements in
the ship’s landing radar to find his way to touchdown. Pete Conrad and Alan Bean landed without a
hitch. Now, they prepared to climb down the ladder
to experience a whole new world. The plan was for Earth to experience it too,
courtesy of a color video camera that was designed to send back a live signal. Conrad was careful to keep it pointed away
from the Sun to protect its sensitive imaging tubes. Unfortunately, it caught the glare
from Intrepid’s shiny surface, and blew. Back on Earth, the television networks cancelled
their coverage. Millions of viewers then went about their day. Which left Conrad and Bean to go about theirs’. The astronauts spent the first of two four-hour
moonwalks setting up science and communications equipment, taking photographs, and seeing
what was there. There were discoveries and surprises aplenty.
One was a series of mounds out in the open, perhaps made up of material ejected from the
craters upon impact. Two and a half hours into the moonwalk, the
astronauts flipped their wrist-mounted checklists to their next task. They opened an unlikely page, placed there
by the Apollo 12 back-up crew. This little prank hardly distracted from their
central goal: to walk among the craters making observations and picking up rocks. That was part of a major, unheralded, scientific
quest of the Apollo program: to find clues to where the moon came from. At the time, there were three leading theories. The so-called fission theory, championed by
George Howard Darwin, son of Charles Darwin, held that the moon was once part of the Earth,
cast off by the rapid spin of its young parent. That might explain the Pacific Ocean, a giant
hole in the Earth’s surface. Then there was the capture theory, which held
that the moon was a wayward object that floated through our solar system and was pulled into
orbit by Earth’s gravity. A third idea came from the American astronomer
Thomas Jefferson Jackson See, known at the time for his attacks on Einstein’s theories. He suggested that the Moon formed near Earth
and gradually fell under its gravitational spell. In that case, moon rocks should resemble
those of Earth. Finding out which theory is correct would
also yield clues to the formation of the solar system at large, and perhaps even to the birth
of our own planet. Day Two on the Moon. Neither Conrad nor Bean
had been able to get much sleep. Excitement got the best of them. The pair now left Intrepid for a second, and
final, moonwalk. The suits they wore had been built for spending
time on the Moon’s surface, with five layers stitched together to maintain constant temperature
and air pressure. Because direct exposure to the sun could heat the suits to 120 degrees
Fahrenheit, the innermost layers circulated water around the astronaut’s body to keep
him cool. On the outside was a shell to protect against
micro-meteors that routinely batter the moon’s surface. The astronauts found that lunar dust
was so abrasive that this outer layer quickly sustained damage, and so fine that it crept
into the rotating wrist joints. This time, the plan was to move out along
the edge of Surveyor Crater and pay the probe a visit. Along the way, there were pictures to take,
samples to collect, coring tools to drive into the ground. It was a world filled with optical illusions
and strange juxtapositions. The lunar landscape appears monochromatic,
a bright gray. With no atmosphere, the light is harsh, with shadows cast in deep black. But close up, the moon offers a variety of
rich and colorful details owing to its tumultuous past. The Ocean of Storms is an ancient basin that
was hollowed out by a huge impact and filled with lava. Finally, the team arrived at Surveyor. They
cut off select components to take back to Earth. Scientists would make a surprising discovery
lodged in the camera was a colony of bacteria. Did it sneak into the component upon its return
to Earth? Or, had it somehow survived for two and a half years on the moon? To this day, no one knows the answer to this
intriguing question. One final stop remained: Block crater, where
a basketball-sized impactor had exposed the lunar bedrock, leaving a wealth of new samples. One rock they picked up is known as KREEP,
for potassium, rare earth elements, and phosphorus. It’s thought to be a piece of bedrock that
formed over 4 billion years ago… on a lunar surface that was entirely molten. Just a few years later, this evidence would
coalesce into a radical new idea of the moon’s origins. At the dawn of the solar system, Earth shared
an orbit with a Mars-sized body now called Theia. Its orbit became unstable and it headed in
Earth’s direction. Theia struck Earth at an oblique angle, causing
the Earth to spin faster and debris from both bodies to fly into orbit. When the dust settled, the debris began to
coalesce in Earth orbit, forming the Moon. The moon, then, comes primarily from the outer
layers of the Earth and Theia. That’s why overall the moon is less dense than Earth. From this violent beginning, the moon gradually
cooled, and the magma that lined its surface hardened into a crust. It was now time for Conrad and Bean to prepare
for the return flight home. Along with their gear, they packed up 75 pounds
of scientifically priceless dirt and rocks. In the years to come, these samples, and those
from the remaining Apollo missions, would continue to yield clues to the history of
the moon, and its companion, Earth. Even as Conrad and Bean lifted off from the
moon, there was still more science to do. The lander rose up to join the command module,
docking flawlessly. Conrad and Bean transferred their samples and equipment. Then they released Intrepid, sending it hurtling
back down to the Lunar surface. The idea was to use the impact of a crash landing to calibrate
equipment that would monitor moon quakes and asteroid impacts. When it hit, the impact resonnated like a
bell for over half an hour, as seismic waves rippled through the moon’s interior. There was one more thing left to do: get home
safely. Just before arrival, they gazed at a brilliant
scene of Earth moving across the sun. Apollo 12 hit Earth’s atmosphere at 40,000
kilometers per hour. The parachute pack opened just fine. Not even a bolt of lightning could spoil this
trip. The crew of Apollo 12 had shown how it’s done, even adding flair to efficiency
and precision. Well, almost. At splashdown, Alan Bean got beaned by a camera
that had not been secured. His five stitches would be forgotten. What no one could forget was a camera magazine
filled with exposed film that had gotten jammed and then accidentally left on the lunar surface. Ironically, given the magnitude of their accomplishment,
the astronauts reported catching hell for that oversight. Conrad, Bean and the other astronauts of Apollo
will go down in history as the first to step off our planet. Four moon landings later,
the program faded away in the wake of declining expectations, social discord, and the politics
of those turbulent times. The incredible journey of Apollo 12 lives
on as a symbol for those who may one day revive the instinct to travel beyond our planet,
in search of clues to the origins of our world, and our place in the cosmos. 3

100 Replies to “The Incredible Journey of Apollo 12”

  1. Hey everyone, if you like this video you should check out more space and science videos in 4k at https://magellan.tv/space

  2. Theories, theories. None of them even remotely correct. The Apollo 8 crew was correct: "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." That is fact and that is truth.

  3. The Moon is an artificial Satellite that is a Control Centre by Aliens for them to facilitate their Program for resources Harvesting of Earths Natural mineral resources .These artificial satellites are orbiting around all Planets within this Solar System…For a small example try the Westall incident .What happened to the main Witness ?Note the 'NET' ,Web is technology programs seeking any Humans that are of Special interest to them. Note ALL Human governance is controlled by them and they have the ability to total Mind Control individuals and mass Hypnosis. Only Human beings that are Protected by the 'Christ 'factor seemingly on observation for many decades now are immune to their sub conscious mind control…..note they are all over me like a Rash ,but seemingly still reasonable free consciousness! EMF in conjunction with Chem trail programs are to be avoided if possible .Which for most Humans now is already to late and Hardwired within Billions of Humans .With now their Programs for total Transhumanisum of the whole Human Species…….

  4. Moon landing….hahaha no body landed on the moon, it was a hoax. Do your own research as there is more than enough evidence on the net by now, i cannot believe that people are still falling for this crap………

  5. السبت 01 يونيو 2019 سيرتفع القمر في الساعة 4:30 صباحًا والأحد 02 يونيو. سيرتفع القمر في الساعة 05:38 مساءً ، وستشرق الشمس في الساعة 5:50 مساءً ، وسيشرق القمر في الساعة 13:00 مساءً ، لذلك سوف أرى نموه بعد 14 دقيقة. المغرب ستقام 16 دقيقة في الصويرة والعيد الاثنين 3 يونيو (يعلم الله) الاثنين 01 شوال 1440 الكسوف الثلاثاء 02 يوليو 2019 والأربعاء 01del_qadah 1440 ليلة الكسوف. ليلة الثلاثاء والأربعاء 16 و 17 يوليو 2019 وكسوف الأربعاء 31 يوليو 2019 والخميس 1 أغسطس ، أي ما يعادل 1 حجة 1440 …. (يعلم الله). 1. بعض المعلومات عن القمر = نصف الكرة الجنوبي للقمر ليلة 15 يومًا و = نصف الكرة الشمالي يوم 15 يومًا وخط الاستواء شمالًا 24 دقيقة وليلة 24 دقيقة وحتى جنوب خط الاستواء 20 درجة في اليوم 28 دقيقة والليلة 20 دقيقة 30 ° هي 32 دقيقة في اليوم والليلة 16 دقيقة ، 40 ° 36 دقيقة في اليوم .12 دقيقة في الليل 50 ° 40 دقيقة في اليوم 8 دقائق في الليل 60 ° 44 دقيقة في اليوم 4 دقائق من في وقت متأخر من الليل في 70 ° 15 ليلة و العكس في نصف الكرة الشمالي ..

  6. I find it hard to believe that the moon is 239,000 miles from earth…i dont think i could get such clarity with just 8×30 field binoculars if the moon was that far away….??? I have my reservations on all space missions. Nasa shows astronauts in zero gravity yet so obvious they are held up by high tensile cable wire…lol smdh. The american flag is sagging &suppose to be in zero gravity? So easy to see all the bs nasa says OY OY OY

  7. To verify fakery of moon walks, get some rulers and align those shadows to determine parallelisms. If obviously not paralleled, the source of light was not the sun, but artificial lights nearby. In my opinion moon walks were faked…

  8. this video is one big fing lie by nasa. YOu wont get that kind of image of earth from the moon. Nope, that was pasinted in with color by artists. The landing is bull shit lies.

  9. All staged because they knew they could never get to the Moon. Heck, they tell you they cannot get there now. Anyone who believes they did it back in 1969 is not brainwashed they are braindead.

  10. WANT TO LAUNCH BEFORE AND TIME TO PRAY ALLAH,,,IN AT LAUNCH TIME TO WHAT REASON TO THIS POSSIBLE,,,,,,WHY METEL CAN NOT KEEP IN AERO PLANE,,,IN AEROPLANE FIRST IRON AND OTHER IN WEIGHT,,,THIS WEIGHT AT FORCE DOWN SIDE,,,SO FROM HOW U NOT AT WORRY,,,,CAN HOW AFTER IN SPACE THIS INVENTION IS SATELLITES IS SWIM,,,ORE A LIKE PLANET,,,,THIS FROM TO US WHEN INSAN START THIS FROM EDUCATION ARE THINGS,,,SO AT TIME DEFINE U SAY GOD AND REAL WANT U ALLAH,,,BECAUSE ALSO MUSLIM WANT THERE LIVE INSAN KNOW THIS REALITY OF EDUCATION TO ALLAH START FROM ADAMw,s,,AND AFTER WASTE TIME JUST NOT WASTE SENDED AT RELIGION,,,AND THAT TIME OF EXIT CREATURE IS CLOSED,,,SO INSAN POSSIBLE NOT CAN START ATTACKER ATTACK AT MIND SO JUST DID WORK AT DEEN,,AT NEAR SO ALLAH SAVE THOSE BRAIN PART AND FROM,,,,U THINK AFTER THIS METEL WEIGHT IS FORCE AT DOWN,,,,OTHER IS SWIM IN AEROPLANE LIKE SHIP,,,AND IS SECOND MATTER OF FIRE ORE HOT,,,,FROM HOT A BURN ORE BLAST,,,OTHER IS TWO,,,,,VICTIUM OF AHMAD HABEEB,,,,,,

  11. The "real reason" there were no women on the moon landing was because there was no place for them to shop at, hehehe

  12. yes, whats incredible about it is that its as big total lie. The entire apollo program has been shrouded in lies and has wasted so much of America's tax dollars. We could have done some really good things with the money wasted by nasa.

  13. People need to wake the hell up we can't land on the moon cos it's a FUCKING LIGHT read the Bible God made a great light for the day and a lesser light for the night unless God is a liar but he's NOT he is the truth!

  14. To all conspiracy theorists: perhaps better try to explain why the 60' and early 70's footage still looks utterly authentic in 2019. Sci-fi movies from 2009 look fake compared to current CGI… Yet, all the moon landing shots still look real… 50 years later. Go figure…

  15. rockets need an atmosphere to thrust against. newtons 3rd, theres nothing in a vacuum to REACT to a rockets thrust. no one has been to the moon. nasa=hollywood, disney

  16. 69 they went to the moon…..
    What about now??? with hitech equipt macheniry,cmunication and lenses they only show us craters and far view moon…hahahahajaja WTF…
    WHAT A WASTE OF TIME MONEY AMD DIGNITY….

  17. An Engineer's Holiday
    Only NASA can spend billions to build a backyard foil covered overgrown mousetrap that was the worst possible design as a pressure vessel. Pressure at 5 psi is cumulative over hundreds of square inches that translates into thousands of pounds of force, much of which is concentrated at stress points inherent in the flat aluminum foil sheet over angular framework. If this was legitimate, a true pressure vessel would have been constructed, while using a light weight high strength material like titanium for a degree of safety. This was an engineer's holiday and no one seems to need the time of day from an appropriate professional to evaluate the complete lack of design for the intended use of this device.

  18. The Apollo 12 moonwalk was a huge disappointment because the tv camera intended to broadcast the moonwalk broke down so home viewers were left with "simulations" to depict what the astronauts were doing. I was especially disappointed because part of the Apollo 12 mission was to recover pieces of the Surveyor 3 robotic probe which had landed on the Moon 2 years earlier. This would be followed by Apollo 13 which did not land on the Moon at all. I think these back-to-back disappointments had a bad effect on the whole Apollo program and probably led to a loss of public interest in the program which gave Nixon an excuse to cancel Apollo 18, 19 and 20 for "budgetary reasons," a far greater crime than anything he did involving Watergate.

  19. Nice to see NASA added some smoke/dust to the silent descent rocket for this. I note zero delay on the radio however so this was filmed 1 mile down the road rather than 250,000 miles away on the moon.
    At 23:29 he studies a large rock. How did it get there without causing a crater? Why are the edges all rounded off? Why is it dust free? Why is NASA showing us rocks that must be on earth??
    No LRV in Apollo 12 BTW. They say it best at 23:41 – 'It's Absolutely Unreal'.

  20. The fate of Antarctica is the fate of all the world's landmasses. It isn't going anywhere….quickly.

  21. yani
    4 days ago:
    For the 3.7k dislikers, imagine this; 396,000 people were working for NASA and 1M+ government employees were exposed to the lies of the US Government but NOT ONE ever leaked that the landing was fake! Then a decade later some random guy created conspiracy theories and a shit ton of idiot GenXs, Ys and Millenials bought it. We can never talk any sense to your poorly educated and faux”news” closed irrational minds can we?

    Felix Mendez
    4 days ago:

    Oh, I can't believe there are still idiots peddling that bullshit. So everyone had to be put in the loop, the guy washing dishes in the Cape Canaveral and Houston cafeteria, the illegals mopping the floors, the guy driving the trucks or the trains bringing parts, the electricians installing the electric outlets on the wall, the PR people—EVERY ONE OF THOSE 360,000 HAD TO BE TOLD NOT TO TALK?? What bunch of idiots!!

    yani
    4 days ago:

    @felix mendez; Speaking about mopping floors, what if a janitor walked by and saw them "faking" the moon landings. Wouldn't he tell the whole world what he saw?
    Joe the undercover Janitor: "Hey everyone, so I was mopping the floor one day and I saw them faking the moon landings, 6 times."
    Manager: "Julio, you're getting an upgrade to chief latrine orderly with a sizeable raise! Good job!”

  22. We need to make some allowances for the immaturity, lack of experience, and piss-poor education of the not-at-the-age-of-reason during NASA's manned space programs that led to the Lunar Landings.

    The Russians gave me Sputnik1 for my 11th birthday, and, along with my 7 family members, watched her orbit over our suburban Detroit backyard in the early evening October sky. I also remember watching the launches/recoveries of Mercury and Gemini missions on TV screens, sometimes with my family or a roomful of classmates.

    I was in Junior High when JFK made his famous speech proclaiming our commitment to the Lunar program, and his multi-billion $ congressional financing plan. To pay for it, he asked every American man, woman and child to commit to 50 cents per week.

    In '66 we visited my buddy's uncle in Philadelphia who worked at NASA, and he told us that they were on track to put a man on the moon before 1970. We watched (on my wife's parents' color TV) the Christmas Eve broadcast from Apollo8 as she orbited the Moon. The day before the launch of Apollo11 a GM assembly line co-worker told me that her sister-in-law had wired some of the mission circuits and that her S.I.L. "…sure does hope all of her soldered connections are good."

    So I had spoken to 2 of the 450,000+ people who made the space program possible, and had seen several news reports of the 1,000,000+ people who went to Cocoa Beach to witness the launch. Since I was alive to witness much detailed minutiae of NASA’s moon landing effort, I find it TOTALLY IMPOSSIBLE that MILLIONS of people could "conspire to fake" a lunar landing. If such a preposterous charade actually occurred, how is it that NOT ONE of the conspirators has come forward with their "tell-all" book and made-for-TV expose’??

    In addition to the fact that most lunar-landing-deniers were NOT YET ALIVE at the time, we must also appreciate their skepticism. In an age of CGI graphics, which show "superheroes flying & jumping over buildings", politicians and other "important" figures (and animals) being photo shopped to do or say ANYTHING outrageous and unreal, it is easy to account for such adolescent skepticism. Having our sorry-ass excuse for a president labeling anything he does not like as "fake news" emboldens too many of you gullible dumbbells to "make up their own facts."

    The 21st Century is fulfilling Aesculus' theory that "every blessing is accompanied by a curse", in the embodiment of GGI Graphics and the internet. Thus we have; "Hitler, Elvis and Bigfoot having lunch together", "talking animals, motor vehicles and aircraft", "911 was an inside job" "the South won the Civil War", "Government can't do anything right", "Obama's fake birth certificate", Hillary's seizures" and "Pizzagate", along with "alien abductions", "flat earth" and "faked moon landings."

    I am eternally grateful to have lived through such extraordinary times when accurate news, literacy (basic math, spelling, syntax, grammar) and reason REALLY mattered! I am, however, extremely disappointed with the gullibility, skepticism, lack of critical-thinking skills and DILIBERATE ignorance of the 21st Century.

  23. Montaje o no teorias de conspiracion o no los buscadores de la verdad cuando encuentran su "verdad" honestamente no saben que hacer con ella

  24. 15:51 looks so fake, like in a studio. Where's all the wilderness scene on moon? Is it because you can fit that in the studio?

  25. Sorry NASA…. i can't believe any of this anymore… i wish Youtube would quit putting you in my autoplay….

  26. Min 24 Incredible how they seem to jump and kind of float yet the dirt gets pushed up and falls right back down to the floor as if gravity pulling it back down,. Hummmm.? I wonder if this was really shot in space

  27. We didnt feel the vanallen belt , astronauts said . But now we cant fly past it ….flat earth , dome ….the bible is right again

  28. Lies, lies, lies.
    Nobody has ever been to the moon and the Earth is Flat. Link here:👇
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpm9KBEhtHrmF0Xaun1UUsA

  29. and for argument sake put hubble in front of the moon and let us see the moon lander and the moon vehicles and or footsteps if not why not i believe people would pay for it
    and then the usa do not need to dismantle the moon landing studio in area 51

  30. there should be enough money around to install tourist-trips to the moon,
    if the big boys negotiate with nasa, china , india ,
    google , facebook, amazon , branson……and enough clients too….
    just a few hours on the moon ….

  31. In reality, who cares about these moon landings if it happened or not in this lifetime. Our mother Earth right now is in serious trouble. Biosphere collapse is soon going to be a major impact on every human being on Earth. Will we survive it or not??

  32. Great stuff ! Thank you for this. Learning more about Apollo 12 with fantastic footage. What an incredibly exciting time this was. I will never forget these brave astronauts.

  33. Going back to the Moon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I, and everyone else, thinks we should get to the Moon for the first time, instead of faking the story. The USA, and the remaining Apollo astronauts are making themselves look ridiculous. Do they not know that the whole world is laughing at them for continuing this fantasy fairy story. Evidence the Apollo Moon missions were staged, far exceeds any evidence they went, in fact there is absolutely no evidence at all that they went to the Moon. This is a classic example of how the USA spread fake news and disinformation to the media in order to benefit their agenda, and it continues to this very day.

  34. The Moon landing simulation starting at 5:33 was taken by Buddy Guynes at Langley Research Center, some 10 days BEFORE we were shown Neil and Buzz faking it on the Moon.

  35. The Devil lies to mankind; simple as that. If you're dumb enough to join sides with one who lies to everyone, you deserve your place on that imaginary ball floating through an imaginary space.

  36. Oh dear , Ol Tricky Dicky Nixon. Say no more. I'd trust a dog with rabies before that crooked schonck. Lied about Watergate , lied about Vietnam. The Asshole was a walking Lie.

  37. WoW ! ALL THE INFORMATION AT YOUR FINGERTIPS AND YOU STILL BELIEVE IN NASA DISNEYLAND CGI BULLSHIT, i'LL BET YOU THINK WE WENT TO THE MOON, RIGHT ? LOL IDIOT

  38. It’s amazing that the president can talk with these astronaut‘s supposedly in outer space, and yet I cannot get Internet between Reidsville North Carolina and Danville Virginia. Nor can I use my cell phone.

  39. ya to much bla bla. fake pic studio work.no body live in moon radiation newer you know that..human must stay in world space no body esacape the world no body newer you know that you say the mars yeaa just with 3 d cartoon

  40. ''EARTH''—SAYS THE VOICE, I SAY , BULLSHIT. THE MOON IS A QUARTER THE SIZE OF THE EARTH, SO, WE ALL KNOW WHAT THE MOON LOOKS LIKE FROM EARTH, WITH MINOR VARIATIONS. SO—IF WE ARE ON THE MOON, LOOKING UP AT THE EARTH, THE EARTH SHOULD LOOK F-O-U-R T-I-M-E-S T-H-E S-I-Z-E OF THE MOON—-ABSOLUTELY M-A-S-S-I-V-E !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HAS ANYONE EVER SEEN SUCH A CONTRAST, SHOWN IN ANY OF THE SO-CALLED MOON VENTURES ??????

  41. I really wish people who upload videos about the Apollo missions would just DELETE all the comments from the idiotic conspiracy theorists.

  42. They've never been on the Moon, period – nobody can go through the Van Allen Belts – as simple as that. Plus +392 degrees HOT in those suits ??? hahahahaha we don't have suits for that today – forget about 50 years ago. Are we kids ??? to believe this kind of stuff ???

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