Is It True That Neil Armstrong Isn't The First Man On Moon?


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Hello Boss Profile
Hello Boss answered
Neil Armstrong IS the 1st man to step foot on the moon.
Buzz Aldrin is the 2nd man to do this.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Both Neil Armstrong and "Buzz" Aldrin landed on the moon at the same time when they landed in the Apollo 11 Lunar Excursion Module (LEM).

An unmanned Russian probe landed on the moon earlier.

The controversy stems from a book published in 1974 called "We Never Went to the Moon: America's Thirty Billion Dollar Swindle"  and later the movie, Capricorn One, made in 1978.

Neil was the first to set foot on the moon, and was the one that uttered that famous (flubbed) line "That's one small step for man, but one large step for mankind."  Buzz said something like "that might have been a small step for Neil, but it was a big step for me."
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simon cameron answered
Some say that the Nazis colonised the moon in between the world wars and established a mining base on the "dark side" which is still in use to this day. Antarctica being the place where you depart from and return to!However I watched it all live on TV and it was definitely Mr Neil Armstrong!!
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Alex D answered
The moon landings were perhaps the best documented events in human history:
  • hours of footage
  • thousands of pictures
  • nearly a half ton of moon rocks
  • millions of eye witnesses
There is no reason to think that they were faked, or that someone landed on the moon before Armstrong. The only two countries that had a space program in the late 60's, early 70's were the US and the Soviet Union. The Soviets could be the only people to land on the moon before Armstrong. Seeing as we were in a space race with them, they would've jumped all over the opportunity to say they landed first. Instead, the president got a  congratulations letter from Russia soon after Apollo-11.

Armstrong went first, followed by Aldwin.

carrie Profile
carrie answered
Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon. And it was not filmed in a studio.
James Dilworth Profile
James Dilworth answered
No. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin may have landed on the Moon at the same time, but Neil was the first man to set foot on the Moon.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Agreed to Mr. Dudley_112, if they can really land on the moon then why they can't just go there again. The technology today is even more advanced than before. They just made that up and deceived others by creating fake photos of him really being on the moon. American NASA has failed it's attempt to land which is why it is hiding it's shameful truth that has spread across the world. It's all just a movie to make the people fall in their sinful lies. The same way people believe in evolution that humans come from apes. (you might not know that before Charles Darwin died he confessed that "O, I have lied to the people of the world, but unfortunately they still believe it.".

Until people hates lying and STOP lying. That is the time when they will admit truth and draw themselves near the light. Those who still believe in both Neil Armstrong story and Charles Darwin story are lying to themselves.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Don't you get it guys, the American flag is waving. And in space there is "NO" air, so how can there be wind. It was all a made up STORY filmed in a studio using "rare" earth rocks to make fake proofs.

Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I don't know..
But if its not true,why suddenly the people bringing up this controversy now?
Its already happen in the past..
Long long time ago..

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