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Originally posted by aV09s
What can be said about this "evidence" that Apollo 11 didn't go to the moon?:
"NASA says that the reason Buzz Aldrin was lit up in the LEM shadow was because of reflected light, despite the fact that later in the video footage when he [and Armstrong] walk back into the shadow cast by the Lander they become black as pitch. What happened to the reflected light? I have countless other pieces of information, but I believe that that alone (and the fact that there was not dust on the LEM despite Aldrin clearly stating that they were 'picking up some dust') is the only real proof that you need that Apollo 11 didn't go to the moon."
I believe it wasn't faked, but can't find anything on the internet to counter that.
Have you got a link ot the source? The phrase was 'kicking up some dust' for a start which isn't a good start for them.
It would be useful to see the footage, it may just be the way the camera operates in the way they adjust to the light.