Buzz Aldrin Opens Up With The Real Story About The Iconic Moon Landing Photo
In 2016 Buzz Aldrin told the true story of an iconic picture from the Apollo 11 mission.
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Buzz Aldrin said that his photo on the Moon was “so well staged” – and conspiracy theorists everywhere are celebrating. Because even though some 600 million people watched Apollo 11 land on the Moon on July 20, 1969, the truth of that momentous achievement has long been debated. Some people have pointed out inconsistencies in the Moon landing photographs. Others have gone so far as to claim that director Stanley Kubrick faked the entire thing for NASA. But now, 50 years later, Aldrin has finally revealed the surprising facts about his time on the Moon.