Conspiracy theorists have challenged NASA's landing history in 1969 after claiming that Neil Armstrong's iconic footprints do not match his heavy boots.
On July 20, 1969 Armstrong took a small step for man and planted his feet in the gray, dusty surface of the moon.
An iconic photograph of the very first steps on the moon was captured forever by astronaut Buzz Aldrin and the footsteps will remain on the windless moon for millions of years.
The monumental Apollo 11 achievement marked a new age in human exploration, but critics all over the world accused NASA of nasty games.
Conspiracists have now claimed a photograph of Neil Armstrong's space color taken in 201
The photograph taken by the astronomer Phil Plait in the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum shows Mr. Armstrong's historical space color from the Apollo 11 mission.
Eagle-eyed conspirators were quick to point out that the suns on the spacecraft boots are flat and smooth without any traces.
The footprint left on the moon, however, shows a print of a sole with thick perpendicular pavement.
The YouTube conspiracy channel ParaBreakdown said, "The bottom of these boots does not fit all the famous pressures on the surface of the Moon.
When the two astronauts explored the Moon's surface and collected stone samples for transport back to earth, Mr. Aldrin documented his time on the moon's orb on the camera.
As he skipped the low-weight environment, the astronaut took a number of photographs of his footsteps.
The second part of the puzzle debunking conspiracy requirement is the actual equipment that both astronauts had on the moon.
A The division of astronauts' spacecraft shows that they had some protective cover on top of the boots when they went out on the moon.
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These surpluses are much thicker and bigger and have pronounced treads like those in the footprint.
A single photo of Mr Arms trong's feet on the moon show him
A sign from the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Texas, located next to the equipment, reads: "Overshoe, Lunar-Left, Training."
"This transcript crossed the usual launch area on the spacecraft version used on the moon, called the A7LB Space Suit.
"Shoe provides extra protection against scratches, tears and dust to the basic space color.
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" These surpluses left the distinctive footprints still on the moon to this day. "
After the success of the Apollo 11 mission, NASA astronauts set foot on the moon say x more times.
Apollo 17 was the last monthly task that was about the moon's orb in 1972.
Mr. Armstrong died on August 25, 2012, at the age of 82.