50 years ago in July 20, 1969, humanity took our first step on the surface of another world. Neil Armstrong took a small step for humanity, and humanity took a big step towards the space age, demonstrating our potential to reach other planets, and extend the scope of human civilization beyond the bonds of our Earth. Generations later, in 2019, we still dream of traveling to other planets and other solar systems in the galaxy. However, many people proudly claim that they do not believe that humans have left the Earth. NASA and the entire space program are nothing more than a trick, a scam, or a civilization --scale fraud. Like most of the living people today, the six lunar landings of mankind took place before I was born. Still, I\'m 100% sure they did happen and we have overwhelming evidence to prove that. 1. ) Even today, we can still see evidence of the Apollo program on the moon. On Earth, the mark we have left in this world is temporary. Footsteps in the sand disappeared at most a few hours later, as the Earth Wind\'s games erased any coherent pattern we could make and would rearrange any sand dunes at the same time. But on the moon, there is no ocean, no atmosphere, and no force to move the particles that make up the area of the moon. On Earth, we have atmosphere, weather, liquid water, and living things. The Moon has only occasional faint monthly shocks and rare visits from aliens, or in the case of humans, Lander or visitors. So if we do walk or land on the moon, we will expect that the evidence of our existence remains today. The reason is simple: if there is no phenomenon on Earth to move and rearrange the particles on our surface There is no wind, rain, snow, glaciers, mudslides, etc. — The only way to rearrange solid particles is by impact. Unless there is an event that stirs up dust, and then dust can migrate and precipitate elsewhere on the surface of the Moon, any changes we make to the moon should remain visible throughout the human life. In other words, if we do get to the moon, there should be evidence. All we have to do is go back to the recorded landing site and shoot today. This is not a simple thought experiment, but the data collected decisively years ago when nasa\'s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mapped the entire surface of the moon. Especially Apollo landing point, very good-documented. The orbiter not only filmed each of the Apollo landing sites, but also three -- Apollo 12, 14 and 17 Shot and noted with a narrow angle camera of the orbiter, clearly showing a variety of humans Features created. Shoot the Moon surface with close contact and using the best technology that LRO\'s modern instrument can offer, the team is able to get a resolution of 35 cm (about 14\")per pixel. When you look at the Apollo 12 landing site, the features you can see include: the Apollo 14 landing site may not be visually spectacular, but it can be said to be more famous. Module landing on the moon ( The second phase of the decline) As clearly visible as the ALSEP device, the ALSEP device has a different configuration but still contains a central power station with high reflection. However, the paths may be more spectacular and varied, and none of them except Edgar Mitchell and famous moon golfer Alan Sheppard. Although his golfing has not been restored, even the most distant golf may not have traveled \"miles and miles\" as Sheppard originally claimed, and we can definitely see evidence of the astronaut\'s existence. Perhaps almost 50 years later, since the moon is a world without air, with little interference, the human footprint has not yet been erased. But compared to these early missions, the evidence that Apollo 17 can still see is simply spectacular. At this incredible high resolution, the vast travel paths and equipment remnants left behind on the surface of the Moon are beyond doubt, and this is what the last human to walk on the moon offers: eugene Cernan and Harrison Jack Schmidt. You can still see the drop module and the ALSEP equipment, but the sidewalk looks far bigger and consists of two parallel tracks, plus a bright spot marked with \"LRV. Why? Because the last three Apollo missions have an Apollo lunar exploration vehicle! Its orbit is very different from the footprints. It enables astronauts to explore further distances on the surface of the moon. The track of the LRV extends a total of 22 miles, 5 miles from the landing site, far beyond this photo. 2. ) We got a lot of photo and video evidence from the Apollo mission itself. How did the lunar module rise back from the surface and send the astronauts back to the orbital module to bring them back to Earth? Like the video above, shoot directly from Apollo 17. The Hypergolic propellant system is not based on an explosion, but a constant thrust of about 16,000 Newton that is stably delivered in about 5 minutes. Because there is no lunar atmosphere, there is no exhaust trajectory, but you can even track the acceleration of the spacecraft for yourself with basic modern software. This is enough force to start up the rising stage and increase its speed by about 2,000-3,000 meters-per-second. This is enough to go into lunar orbit and dock with the command and service module, but not enough to escape from lunar orbit. That\'s why every lunar module crashes after returning to astronauts. Land on the surface of the moon. The positions of the Apollo 12, 14, 15 and 17 lunar module are known and the impact site ( With pop up) Visible again in LRO data. But there is more evidence: thousands of photos taken by Apollo astronauts recorded the whole project. A few years ago, NASA released all the photos of 12 Apollo missions on the public Flickr photo stream, classified by mission as an incredible series of albums. Some of the greatest and most striking Photos, stories and quotes from those traveling astronauts at the opening ceremony. Crossing the atmosphere, leaving the earth According to Bill Anders of Apollo 8, entering, which sounds terrible and painful, he describes as follows: Although there is no way to prove that these photos and videos are not forged, there was no technology or data to do so. Somehow, it all fits in with the full set of improvement data we collect in half the time A century has passed since our last visit to the moon. 3. ) Scientific instruments have left valuable data there for many years, and some are still in use. Apollo\'s mission is not just a propaganda stunt; They are the pinnacle of human exploration of another world. Starting with the first manned mission to land on the surface of the moon, we sent out a large set of scientific instruments to install on the surface of the moon and measure its performance. Some of the more famous ones are listed below. Each Apollo mission is equipped with a series of experiments that are installed and performed on the surface of the moon. This is the design purpose of the ALSEP package representing the Apollo Lunar Surface experimental package. The results of these experiments are consistent with each other and are consistent with the data collected from previous and subsequent experiments designed to measure the various properties of the sun, Earth, moon and their interactions. In fact, we have data from these experiments, many of which ( And later successors to the Apollo mission and the lunar lander mission) Still running or otherwise using it today, provides us with very strong evidence that we actually landed on the moon. 4. ) We have returned and analyzed samples from the moon, and in the process we have learned about the unprecedented lunar geology and lunar history. One of the main objectives of the Apollo mission is to collect rocks from the surface of the moon and return them to Earth for laboratory analysis. Through this effort, we have learned that, depending on the isotope ratio of existing elements, the moon and Earth may have a common origin, which may be caused by the catastrophic effects of the solar system some 50 million years after its formation. Originally expressed as a huge impact hypothesis, it has now evolved to describe a new structure called synestia that encapsulates the huge impact scenario to better describe the complete observable. Without the Apollo program, we may never find the key evidence to support this vision. However, it is not only one mission, and various Apollo missions landed at different locations, enabling us to taste the properties of the lunar soil at different locations. The last two astronauts, Cernan and Schmitt, who were walking on the moon, were pleasantly surprised when they did. The only civilian, Schmitt. astronaut ( Only scientists) Travel to the moon is often described as the most important business. Like all the astronauts. That\'s why it must be so shocking to hear him shout out the following: the dull, gray lunar soil you\'re used to seeing -- We\'re all used to it. In a special place, there is only a very thin veneer covering the rich orange landscape below. Like any good scientist or any good Explorer, Cernan and Schmitt took photos, collected data and brought the samples back to Earth for further analysis. What caused the orange soil on the moon, perhaps the least characteristic of all the large airless rocks in the solar system? The analysis on Earth shows that this is great: this is volcanic glass. What happened was that, about 3 to 4 billion years ago, molten lava from within the Moon erupted from above the air-free surface into a space vacuum. When the lava is exposed to a vacuum, it separates into tiny pieces and freezes to form small beads of volcanic glass orange and black. ( Tin in some fragments is the reason for Orange. ) In 2011, a re-analysis of these samples found that water was included in the volcanic eruption: The water concentration in the glass beads was 50 times that the moon expected to dry. The olive wrap shows that the concentration of water is as high as 1,200 --per-million. Most notably, the lunar sample we found shows that the Earth and the moon share a common origin, which is consistent with the huge impact that occurred tens of millions of years after the birth of the solar system. Without a direct sample of the Apollo mission that was obtained and brought back to Earth, we would never have been able to come to such an amazing but spectacular conclusion. There is a lot of different evidence of human existence on the moon. We landed there and when we looked at it with the appropriate resolution, we could see the evidence directly. We have a great deal of evidence, from the testimony of witnesses to the data records of the tracking mission, to the photos of the recording of the trip, supporting the fact that we are landing and walking on the surface of the moon. We have installed a series of scientific instruments and got the data, some of which can still be seen and used today. Finally, we brought back samples of the moon and learned about the history, composition and possible origins of the moon. This is your mission if you choose to be a skeptic: no one can take away the freedom of your own choice. But if you follow the evidence, that\'s what science forces us to do, and the only doubt left is completely unreasonable. We really landed on the moon, and that\'s the science that supports it!
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