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Conspiracy theorists claim NASA photos of moon landing anniversary party are fake



Merritt Island, FL - NASA employees took to social media on Monday to share photos from a company anniversary party celebrating the Apollo 11 moon landing on July 20, 1969.


But the celebration didn't last long as online skeptics across the country began claiming the party images were fake.


"Just look at the man on the right's hair. This photo has clearly been photoshopped," said UFO expert Brian Little.


Little also highlighted the lamp on the left side of the image as proof the photo has been manipulated.


Little is not alone. Other conspiracy theorists pointed out that if the party-goers were really on the moon, the champagne would be floating, not sitting still in the glasses.


"At this point, we don't know what to believe," said one self-proclaimed moon party skeptic. "Was the landing real? Did this party even take place? Was it really on the moon? Why are these people not social distancing? There is a lot to unpack here."


Little says up until now he has believed that the 1969 moon landing really happened, but after seeing the manipulated anniversary party photos, he is not so sure.


NASA did not return our request for comment.



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