NASA Releases Stunning 4K Video of Apollo 13 Views of the Moon, Ending All Conspiracy Theories

NASA has developed a stunning view of the Moon using data
from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and combined with the views
recorded by Apollo 13 astronauts during their risky trek around the far side in

NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) is now in an
eccentric polar mapping orbit around the Moon. NASA will use the data obtained
by the spacecraft to plan future robotic and manned missions to the lunar
surface. For nearly 12 years, the LRO has been studying and photographing the
moon. On June 18, 2009, the mission was launched. It is one of NASA’s most
successful lunar missions, and the spacecraft has enough fuel to last for
another seven years as of 2019.

The film displays a 4K view of the lunar surface, with the
sun setting and rising, and ends with Apollo 13 reestablishing radio
communication with Mission Control on Earth. The movie also shows the course of
the Apollo 13 astronauts’ free return flight around the moon, as well as a
continuous view of the moon throughout the journey.

Apollo 13 was the seventh crewed mission of NASA’s Apollo
space program. Data collected in the last decade aligns with views recorded by
NASA’s astronauts in 1970. Getting this sort of data back in 1970 was
impossible and now modern technology has once again proved that humans did go
to Moon and not just go there but astronauts aboard the Six Apollo missions
landed there as well.

There are so many arguments and literal facts along with
actual evidence that prove the notion of humans not going to the moon is not
just wrong but it’s plain stupidity in today’s modern world. Now this new video
from NASA adds to that evidence. New data provides the same view NASA recorded
back in 1970. So how did NASA know what the moon will look like up close back
in 1970 if they didn't go to the Moon in the first place? Unless they went there and recorded videos of it. These videos are
turning out to be the same as what today’s satellites are recording orbiting

So if you are already familiar with the satellites being in Space, and know for a fact that they are real but
had some doubts regarding humans going to Moon back in the 1960s and 1970s then
this should clear up your doubts. If someone still doubts it then they probably
are just walking around with no brain(Pun intended).


  1. Rather rude ending, unnecessary. why'd we stop going?

    1. they had done every thing the missions had set out to do. plus politics and funding bought the apollo to a end in preparation for the space shuttle and the space station

  2. CGI is amazing these days. Why are all the craters straight in hits. None show a glancing impact. EVERY crater hit at a 90 degree angle? Sure.


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