Unlike all of the other proof over the years about the moon landing hoax, the video below will examine how NASA themselves have inadvertently admitted that we never went to the moon nor are we still able to go to this day.
It is widely accepted that US astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed the lunar module Eagle on the moon on July 20, 1969.
But 48 years on, conspiracy theorists still believe that the Apollo 11 mission was staged by the administration of President John F Kennedy.
One major theory suggests that a lethal radiation belt surrounding Earth would have made travel to the moon impossible.
The Van Allen belt creates a dense radiation environment of charged particles trapped in Earth’s magnetic field.
Marcus Allen, a notorious peddler of moon landing hoax theories, reckons NASA’s astronauts would have died when passing through the belt.
Allen put forward this theory at the Glastonbury Symposium – an annual conference exploring truth, mysteries and new frontiers, according to Express.co.uk.
Speaking on a panel at the 27th annual conference, Allen, whose Nexus conspiracy theory magazine reaches 1.1 million readers globally, waxed lyrical about the theory.
He said: “I don’t believe man landed on the moon. If NASA or anyone else can prove it, I am waiting to hear, because I can’t work it out.
“It is the 50th anniversary apparently, but how did they do it?
“If it was so easy in the 1960s, surely they could do it any day now, and so could Russia, Japan, India, even North Korea.”
Here is another documentary that seeks to prove the Apollo 11 moon landing narrative was fake: