Chinese Lunar Rover Finds No Evidence Of American Moon Landings


Beijing | Top officials of the Chinese Space Program have come out this morning and expressed their feelings that the American moon landings “were a complete hoax” reports the Beijing Daily Express.

200 high-ranking officials from the Chinese Space Program have signed a petition asking explanations from the American government and the release of classified NASA information concerning the American moon landings that would prove to the World that the moon landings were not an elaborately orchestrated hoax to fool the World about America’s space program capabilities.

These allegations have come up through recent analysis of pictures taken from the Chinese moon rover that allegedly found no traces of the American moon landings existing on the moon.


Pictures taken from Yutu, the Chinese moon rover, that has landed on the moon in 2013, allegedly shows no proof whatsoever of the American moon landings ever happening

World renowned Russian nuclear engineer Yury Ignatyevich Mukhin has also signed the petition as well as a dozen other top Russian engineers and ex-KGB agents claiming the Russian Government “had always been aware of the situation since the early 1970’s”

These recent discoveries could strangely give credence to conspiracy theorists whom have claimed for decades that America had never gone to the moon but that the American moon landings were but an elaborate hoax to foul Russia into the space race and eventually, the nuclear arms race, with the purpose of ruining Russia, much like the financing of the Mujahideen forces during the soviet Afghanistan war successfully achieved.

11 Comments on "Chinese Lunar Rover Finds No Evidence Of American Moon Landings"

  1. No moon landing, but ET and friends landed on earth long time and we come all the time

  2. They’re just Muhkin with us.

  3. There’s a lot more supposed to be there than macca’s wrappers and coke cans or even a flag. All the missions left their landers there. Big metal platform, easy to spot from a distance and would even provide a target for a landing – radar would show it as a much different spot on the landscape as the probe comes in.

    As for landing within 10 miles, that’s a VERY dubious point because it would seem to say we can’t tell left and right but we can get to within inches if it’s vertical. Even with the 3 second round trip for radio commands, it wouldn’t be that hard to bring a lander down within a few metres of where you want it.

  4. Yes Roel,
    They also left behind a camera, when they were “shot” from the moon surface to the earth the CAMERA following the space craft … Now that is a cool camera for that time era …. Always wondered how that was possible …

    • Unlvbieeable how well-written and informative this was.

    • Captain_Pudding | May 11, 2017 at 9:56 pm |

      You think NASA couldn’t figure out remote control in 1969? You put two little motors on it, one that goes up and down, the other that goes left and right.

  5. How’s about we all be patient and nice with one another. People don’t all think in a vacuum, figure everything out, and THEN talk about it. They think while they are discussing. So let’s correct people nicely if we think we know more than they do, eh? That way, they’ll keep discussing and we’ll all learn more.

  6. The large base of the “lunar lander” should be able to be seen from earth!

  7. Muhammad Sadiq | September 4, 2015 at 6:09 am | Reply

    nice kick China

  8. On a more practical note, the moon landings have been widely recognised as one of mankind’s greatest achievements,wouldn’t it make sense to invest in a lunar rover program that would show how life on the moon’s remnants had faired over the past 50 years and inspire a generation of mankind that weren’t privileged enough to have witnessed it live in 12″ black and white TV.

  9. There’s a flag, there’s a laser target mirror with a location position of +-1cm that was either placed there by hand or remotely and there’s an Audi designed moon buggy. I’m sure that a lunar rover with a one centimetre coordinate should be able to find a four wheel drive car.
    Ps: does anyone know how they got the moon buggy out the door of the lander.

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