For years, some have (hilariously) debated whether the US moon landings were actually staged on a film set in the Nevada desert.
Well, the Russians have had enough and they’re going to settle this ‘mystery’ once and for all!
The team of scientists led by Vitaly Egorov will launch a satellite into orbit around the moon to take high resolution photos of the remains of the Apollo missions.
Given the lack of atmosphere, the Russian scientists argued there should still be footprints and American flags.
However, they probably won’t find the American flag from the Apollo 11 mission as Neil Armstrong says it was likely blown over by the exhaust from the ascent engine on take-off…
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