Well, obviously anyone reading the title wouldn't take it literally... That would be quite silly, but it's true to a very small degree.
It turns out two british PhD students made their own concoction of primitive everyday items, to take pictures of earth from approximately 100,000 feet
up in the sky. Quite impressive I'd say, and the yield from this interesting experiment is pretty awesome as well. But it had to suck when they were
going to retreive it, man oh man.
Of course I'm being sarcastic to illustrate a point, but some people actually believe the kind of things I just said:
Thankfully, amateur 3rd party evidence like the OP's story shows the above conspiracy theory to be silly.
WTF? Somebody actually interpreted that sequence to show the box hitting a fake Earth? They didn't even go to the trouble of superimposing wrinkles
in the 'sheet'? At least the 'fake moon landing' folks supered in a guy picking up a rock or something. That is just silly stuff.
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