I personally believe that the first moon landing is real but the evidence supporting this THEORY is all very plausible.
1. Motives - during the "Space Race" America wanted to beat Russia to land on the moon. The government would do this by any means necessary which means they could've faked it.
2. Technology - the technology for the rockets as well as the computers were only as advanced as a Ti-84 graphing calculator
3. Sketchy Video - the video of the first moon landing could've easily been faked by having someone skip around a moon prop and then slowing it down
4. Lack of Souvenirs - if we went to the moon for the first time wouldn't we have collected a lot of rocks, sand, and other artifacts to take back and study? But we didn't
Again, I personally believe that the moon landing was real but this is some solid evidence
The US Space Shuttle Columbia is shown in this harrowing image taken by photographer Scott Lieberman as it proceeds to break apart while it reenters the Earth's atmosphere, tragically killing the six American and one Israeli Astronauts aboard the spacecraft. Image taken near Tyler, Texas. February 1st 2003. Columbia had launched on January 16th as part of the mission STS-107, and she spent 15 days, 22 hours, 20 minutes and 32 seconds in orbit before she and her crew began their return to the surface of the Earth. What no one realized was that during the launch on January 16th, a piece of foam broke off of the orbiter and damaged the thermal protection tiles on the shuttle's left wing, and when she began her reentry the damaged wing slowly began to become overheated and it eventually broke apart, which led to the eventual loss of control and the complete disintegration of the vehicle itself. Ironically this sort of thing had already happened before with the 1988 mission STS-27, the second mission after the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster in 1986. Space Shuttle Atlantis suffered damage to it's thermal tiles during that mission, and when STS-27 commander Robert L. Gibson looked out of the shuttle window and saw the extent of the damage, he thought to himself that: "We are going to die." Thankfully that wasn't the case as the damage happened to a spot that had much more robust metal, and Atlantis survived reentry back to Earth. But sadly that simply wasn't the case when Columbia suffered its own damage to its thermal tiles. All evidence indicated that the seven Astronauts onboard Columbia had figured out that something was wrong as alarms would have sounded in the cabin in the event of structural failure, but unfortunately even if they had enough time to prepare then they still would have had no chance of survival. It's believed they tried their hardest to regain control of Columbia as she began spinning out of control, but it suffered total structural disintegration shortly afterwards and all of the Astronauts were either killed or incapacitated within seconds due to rapid depressurization. Nothing could have been done to save them. CONTINUED BELOW ⬇⬇⬇