Look closely at the shadows cast by astronaut Neil Armstrong and another object just out of shot. The 9,200 high-resolution images posted to the Project Apollo Archive were taken during every manned mission to the Moon, both on the way there and back. A genuine program to land humans on the Moon should produce a variety of verifiable evidence confirming a lunar landing.

On July 21, 1969, humanity set foot on the moon for the first time. BIZ CARSON, BUSINESS INSIDER . The photos that made Moon landings possible Jump to media player Fifty years after the Neil Armstrong moment, these pictures show the value of photography to that mission. Incredible High-Res Photos of The Apollo Missions Have Just Been Uploaded to Flickr . Image AS11-40-5947 courtesy NASA/JSC. Go behind-the-scenes with the astronauts of the Apollo moon landing in these archival photos. See Outtake Photos From the 1969 Moon Landing. Here are 10 most ‘stunning’ images that ‘prove’ the Moon Landing was real… The dream is realized: Neil Armstrong walks on the Moon. July 20, 1969. Inevitably, any such confirmation should include photographs of the Earth as it is seen from the Moon, since this would provide unambiguous proof through multiple parameters. 5 OCTOBER 2015 . I agree that the argument of the manned moon landing deniers about the lack of stars in the Apollo photos is silly but I think that the Far Ultraviolet Camera pictures are not a conclusive proof at all of men on the moon. Image AS11-40-5873 courtesy NASA/JSC. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin works to level and deploy the Passive Seismic Experiment Package during the Apollo 11 extravehicular activity (EVA). News > Science The historic Apollo 11 moon landing – in photos. Relive the painstaking mission that led to the first human footprints on the Earth’s natural satellite

The Apollo 12 and Surveyor 3 landing sites in the Ocean of Storms on the moon. You may think you’ve seen photos of the Moon landing before, but you haven’t like this. Conspiracy theory 1: shadows in the Moon landing photos prove the images were faked Take a look at the image below, and at the full panorama on the NASA website . By Laura Yan.