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What Apollo 11 astronauts saw during moon landing is written on their faces

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What Apollo 11 astronauts saw during moon landing is written on their faces

What Apollo 11 astronauts saw during moon landing is written on their faces

What did the Apollo 11 astronauts see during the moon landing?

Many people believe that the moon landing was recorded in a Hollywood studio.

There are also those who say that we have landed on the moon, but there occurred unexplained events.

Author Michael Salla said in the TV show 'Ancient Aliens' that after the moon landing in 1969, there was a radio silence that lasted two minutes.

Lions Ground has learned the radio contact with mission control abrupt disconnected because they flew behind the moon.

But is that the truth?

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