It's not a well known fact. It's not a fact at all. It's a theory and a bad one at that. The evidence provided by you doesn't hold up well.
1. As far as I know, no one filmed Armstrong. The footage we generaly see is Aldrin. At least the photos i've seen were all of Aldrin. None were of
Armstrong since he was taking all the photos.
2. Can you show me a photo of this? I have seen a lot of Photos from the moon, but I don't ever recall seeing one with multiple shadows.
3. You do know that the LRV folds up yes? Here are a few images of it,
4. Not sure how to answer this one. I'm not even sure what you're talking about here exactly.
5. No the radiation would not have killed the astronauts. Not all radiation is instantly bad you know. The type of radiation in the Van Allen belts is
proton radation. It can be blocked with a piece of wood. Unlike gamma radiation which is the kind you get from nuclear bombs. With that you need lead
and lots of it.
to quote the guy who knows the most about the Van Allen belts:
"The recent Fox TV show, which I saw, is an ingenious and entertaining assemblage of nonsense. The claim that radiation exposure during the
Apollo missions would have been fatal to the astronauts is only one example of such nonsense." -- Dr. James Van Allen
I suggest this site for your reading pleasure. It covers many things about the moon landings. www.clavius.org...