Chinese lunar rover finds no evidence of American Moon landings

Beijing | Top officials of the Chinese Space Program have come out this week and expressed their skepticism that the American Moon landings ever happened, reports the Beijing Daily Express.

More than 2,000 high-ranking officials of the Chinese Communist Party have signed a petition this week asking explanations from the American government concerning the American Moon landings after doubts arose that the Apollo Moon landings ever happened.

These allegations have come up after recent analysis of pictures taken from the Chinese Chang’e-4 probe allegedly found no traces of the American Moon landings existing on the Moon.

Several high-ranking members of the Chinese Communist Party even stated publicly that these latest findings proved without a doubt that the Moon landings were an “elaborately orchestrated hoax to fool the world about America’s space program capabilities”.

Former top Chinese Communist Party official Bao Tong has been openly critical of the Apollo space program after pictures taken from China’s Chang’e-4 probe allegedly show no proof whatsoever of the American Moon landings ever happening

Russia’s top astrophysicist, Yury Ignatyevich Mukhin, has also made a public statement this week claiming that the Russian government “had always been aware of the situation since the early 1970’s”

These recent allegations have given credence to conspiracy theorists who have been claiming for decades that America has never gone to the Moon.

Conspiracy theorists believe that president Richard Nixon pushed the agenda of a fake Apollo program to fool USSR into the Space Race and eventually, the nuclear arms race, with the purpose of ruining the USSR.

The Apollo program was the third United States human spaceflight program carried out by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which accomplished landing the first humans on the Moon from 1969 to 1972.

No other country has since landed a human on the Moon, although several countries, such as Russia and China, are expected to plan missions beyond 2030.

6 Comments on "Chinese lunar rover finds no evidence of American Moon landings"

  1. This is pathetic. The Chinese guy is right in a bizarre twisted sort of way. Neither you or anyone else HAS EVER BEEN to the moon, or out there in your collective space case fantasy at any point. This is like counter-intel-ops to keep people willfully ignorant. NOBODY from China has been to the moon either.

  2. We never went to the moon. They never would’ve made it through the Van Allen belts without receiving lethal dosages of ionizing radiation. An Neil Armstrong is notorious for not being a public figure. Knowing full well he’d be lying through his teeth to the American public…something that apparently did not appeal to him.

    • This has been debunked for decades as there are weak points in the belts that make it safer to travel through. Read the actual findings from the man that discovered them:

      “However, the outbound and inbound trajectories of the Apollo spacecraft cut through the outer portions of the inner belt and because of their high speed spent only about 15 minutes in traversing the region and less than 2 hours in traversing the much less penetrating radiation in the outer radiation belt. The resulting radiation exposure for the round trip was less than 1% of a fatal dosage – a very minor risk among the far greater other risks of such flights. I made such estimates in the early 1960s and so informed NASA engineers who were planning the Apollo flights. These estimates are still reliable.”

  3. ThroneOfBeards | January 14, 2019 at 9:00 pm | Reply

    Morons, when the Chinese sent the probe it FLEW OVER the area where Apollo missions had. They saw nothing.

  4. The Chinese landed on the far side of the moon. Of course they found no traces of the Americans. We landed on the near side.

  5. The Chinese flew to the moon, copied from the Americans spaceship, which turned out to be nowhere to fly!!!)))

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