- Get a crescent shaped cardboard cutout.
- Launch yourself into low Earth orbit in a spacecraft that has round windows.
- Hold cardboard cutout to window and turn down the iris of the camera to black out surrounding spacecraft interior.
This will create an image that looks like this (notice the Earth is one gigantic landmass):
But don’t forget to turn off the camera after you are done! Otherwise you might let the public see the low intensity work lights inside the cabin, leading to an image that looks like this:
And whatever you do, make sure your camera is off before re-adjusting the iris back to its normal setting.
To hear Armstrong speaking about the trickery himself, see this video:
For those of you who doubt our own criminal government would stoop to such a level, I would point you to:
etc.. etc.. etc..
Of course, there is far more evidence that shows the entire thing was a gigantic hoax if one should chose to look for it. This video just happens to be the most definitive proof I’ve seen so far.
For those of you who are curious, this is what Earth really looks like from the vantage point of the moon. This sequence of images was taken by the Japanese KAGUYA satellite. Notice you can see the polar icecaps quite clearly in the image. Compare that image with this image which was taken on Dec 24th 1968, supposedly from Apollo 8.
In the Apollo image, the Earth is a sky blue while giving off a reflected light flare from the ocean surface, no ice caps are prominent in the image. In the KAGUYA image, the oceans are a deep blue that do not reflect much light at all. Further, I challenge anyone to line up the coastline visible in the Apollo image with a globe of the Earth and show me what monstrous continent that coastline represents.
And just in case someone wants to claim that coastline is Africa, I don’t think so:
This is an overlay conducted using Google Earth with the image of Earth from the Apollo photo. Obviously the Earth in the Apollo photo isn’t even round, it is oblong (because the window frame creates that illusion.) Further, the African content doesn’t line up at all with the image. The blue lines represent the edge of the Apollo landmass. The real Africa is hidden in the shadows.
I’m confident that an analysis of the Earth’s position during the period that photo was supposedly taken and the position of the camera will result in an impossible mismatch between what the photo should have shown the Earth to look like and what the photo actually looks like.
The Apollo photos of the moon were all faked, including the famous Earth Rise picture.