Although science has repeatedly debunked the idea that the moon landing is a fake, there are those who continue to deny the evidence. So Dmitry Rogozin, the former head of the Russian space company Roscosmos, began to question theidea that NASA landed astronauts on the moon more than half a century ago.
Rogozin, in particular, asked Roscosmos during his tenure about provide him with “documentary evidence of the stay of Americans on the moon”. “It was not clear to me how the United States, at that level of technological development of the 60s of the last century, did what it still cannot do today.“
Dmitry Rogozin’s comments could certainly fuel the voices of conspiracy theorists, as they are typically evocative, brash and the false claims of the Apollo moon landings are inflamed of NASA that persist to this day, but are clearly provocative… especially since the man was fired from his role.
The Soviet Union, during the lunar landing, had a spacecraft orbiting the Moon as NASA astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin in 1969 walked on our satellite for the first time. Rogozin was certainly a much discussed figure: last year he threatened to crash the International Space Station in the United States, only to be relieved of his duties.