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NASA bomb desert to look like a Moon

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2267391/Remarkable-pictures-NASA-blowing-stretches-Arizona-desert-simulate-surface-moon.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

Before American astronauts could successfully navigate the cratered, alien surface of the moon, they had to train on similar terrain here on Earth.

So, NASA blew up a large section of the Arizona desert.

Perhaps, Apollo 18 was indeed capture in Arizona :innocent:

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Yeah this is definite proof that NASA did fake moon landings. With the explosions they must have also got rid of the earth's atmosphere, reduce the gravity on the planet, create Regolith that only exists on the Moon which takes millions of years to form, make another earth that is exactly the same as the earth so that the pictures and videos recorded during the mission could include an Earth with the exact correct weather/wind patterns while looks exactly like they were filmed on the Moon.

The explosions must have also persuaded all the nations, scientists and people who actually have any knowledge about the subject on the planet not to blow the whistle. The explosions explain everything I think you're on to something!!!!1one

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Wait a min...bombs makes these craters...but there are no bombs on the moon...that means...

aliens-meme.jpg

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Very cool - never knew about that little piece of history.

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