NASA moon landing: Why did the Apollo 11 flag fly in space?

(ORDO NEWS) — Since 1969, after NASA landed on the moon, talk about this event has not subsided. Most of all, the attention of fans of the conspiracy theory was attracted by the fact that the flag set on the moon flies in the wind for some unknown reason.

Many doubt that NASA actually landed astronauts on the lunar surface. At the same time, it is said that a flag waving in the wind can be considered clear evidence of deception. The reason for this is that the moon has no atmosphere.

Accordingly, the flag cannot fly in any way under the influence of the wind. Many believe that the landing on an Earth satellite was filmed in one of the Hollywood studios or, for example, in the middle of the Nevada desert, which is located in the United States.

The UK’s National Space Center has provided evidence that the flag’s movements were triggered directly by astronauts and not by the wind. After the flag was set, it retained its curved shape, because there is no gravity on the moon.

The experts also added that if we compare the position of the US flag with others that were installed on the moon, then there are no differences. Astronauts begin to move further, and the flag remains in exactly the same position in which it was originally.


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