Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon?
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Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon? is a made-for-TV schlockumentary promoting Moon landing hoax conspiracy theories that aired first in February 2001 on the Fox Network (not to be confused with Fox News). It's sometimes credited with rekindling the popularity of the hoax allegations.
The one thing it gets right is its main title: that is, it is a conspiracy theory. One might as well create a "documentary" titled Baseless Speculation: Is The Earth Really Round?. Again, the answer is Yes to both.
- Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon? entry in the Internet Movie Database
- Fox TV and the Apollo Moon Hoax, Phil Plait's review on the old Bad Astronomy website
- DID WE LAND ON THE MOON? A Debunking of the Moon Hoax Theory, Robert A. Braeunig's Rocket and Space Technology pages
- Are Apollo Moon Photos Fake?, an analysis of the photographs used in the program by Ian Goddard
- More of the same by a University of Wisconsin geologist
- An excellent parody