Nvidia: By using Maxwell, our new GPU architecture, to digitally rebuild one of the landing’s iconic photographs – Neil Armstrong’s shot of Buzz Aldrin clambering down the lunar module’s ladder.
The photo, taken 45 years ago, shows Aldrin lit against the dark shape of the lunar module behind him. It’s a good shot. Too good, conspiracy theorists claim.
Their argument: because the sun is behind the lunar module, and Aldrin is in its shadow, Aldrin must have been lit by something other than the sun. Some auxiliary light source. Maybe in a back-lot studio. Perhaps somewhere in L.A.
Here is NASA’s… Oops ...Nvidia’s Moon Landing Video:
Nvidia is convinced that their team debunked the debunkers.
But not everyone is convinced and still many people believe that they never went to the Moon.
Ken Pfeiffer from worldufophotos.org said “I have been researching this subject for a few years now and have come to the conclusion that we never went to the moon in 1969. “
“First I do not think we had the capability and technology to do it. I have accumulated many photos on my web site’s moon gallery of www.worldufophotos.org that says we never went.”
“I remember seeing the Moon landing in 1969 and there was something strange that I could not put my finger on but years later it all came together. The powdery moon surface was exampled when the first foot print was photographed on the Moon. It was definitely a very fine powder like surface. When the moon landed and took off from the Moon it would of left a cloud of dust that would take hours to dissipate because of the moons gravity.”
“I have hi-definition photos of the Moon Rover with no tire tracks on the dusty surface.”
Furthermore, according to Doc Braun from YouTube, his video uses scientific evidence that we did not go to the moon but that the Apollo moon landing was filmed at MGM studios.
See the video on the link below:
What you think, the 1969 moon landing is fake or real?