However, you don't emphasize "not even one reported the incredible stars"
So who is actually being dishonest here?
Once again, it seems I have to clarify my position for you, post by post.
My first post on it... ..
My second post...
My third post...
And my fourth post...
MY FIRST SENTENCE: "Stars would be the most amazing spectacle to see"
"There's a couple of nice stars out here" - not amazing
"There's a lot of stars out there right now" - not amazing
"Oh, beautiful, beautiful. Look at all those white stars" - so far, it's the only one even close to amazing,
As for being subjective,
I like to see a beautiful sunset. But perhaps a sunset is feared, or considered to be ugly ..say, in Pygmy culture, It is a subjective matter.
Same as your Apollo guy seeing billions of stars as grotesque, ugly. It's one's personal view.
But nobody would ignore or shrug off seeing the countless stars.
Apollo fails a reality check, as usual.
You do realise that Apollo was preceded by Gemini and Mercury. And that many people were involved in all programs. Buzz Aldrin was instrumental in making the moon landing possible with his effortless EVA. They had seen this before you know.