Moon Stamps
US Stamps Issued (1969-1999) With The Moon As Their Central Theme.

  • Stamps Issued (1969-1999) With The Moon As Their Central Theme..

  • Stamp Name: Moon Surface & Earth Stamp Subject: Apollo 8 mission Date Issued: May 8, 1969 The second manned Apollo-Saturn flight, Apollo 8, had as its crew Col

  • The mission flew 10 orbits of the moon on December 24, 1968, and the crew took turns reading aloud from the Book of Genesis

  • effort to achieve, within the decade of the 1960's, the goal of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to Earth

  • Philatelic Information Minkus Number: CM617, Denomination: 6c, Perforation: Perf 11, Print Method: Intaglio, Color: Gray, Deep Blue & Blue, Neil Armstrong is depicted stepping from the Eagle onto the Moon's surface

  • Armstrong statement on touching the Moon's surface was, 'That one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.' Philatelic Information: Minkus Number: A76, Denomination: 10c, Perforation: Perf 11, Print Method: Intaglio & Offset, Color: Multicolored Stamp Name: First Man on the Moon Stamp Subject: Moon Landing Date Issued: September 9, 1969 Stamp Name: Earth, Sun & Landing Craft on Moon Stamp Subject: Space Achievement Decade Date Issued: August 2, 1971 Apollo 11 made the first manned lunar landing on July 20, 1969

    The Great Moon Hoax
    Rebuttal from NASA in which they explain their assertion that both moon rocks
    and common sense prove that the astronauts landed on the moon.

  • The Great Moon Hoax Moon rocks and common sense prove Apollo astronauts really did visit the Moon

  • "Tony!" she exclaimed, "I just came from the coffee shop and there's an [adjective omitted] man down there who says NASA never landed on the Moon

  • After a long absence, the "Moon Hoax" was back

  • Above : Astronaut Buzz Aldrin on the surface of the Moon in 1969

  • [] All the buzz about the Moon began on February 15th when Fox television aired a program called Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon? Guests on the show argued that NASA technology in the 1960's wasn't up to the task of a real Moon landing

  • Neil Armstrong's historic first steps on another world, the rollicking Moon Buggy rides, even Al Shepard's arcing golf shot over Fra Mauro-- it was all a fake! Fortunately the Soviets didn't think of the gag first

  • They could have filmed their own fake Moon landings and really embarrassed the free world

  • For example, Conspiracy Theory pundits pointed out a seeming discrepancy in Apollo imagery: Pictures of astronauts transmitted from the Moon don't include stars in the dark lunar sky -- an obvious production error! What happened? Did NASA film-makers forget to turn on the constellations? Most photographers already know the answer: It's difficult to capture something very bright and something else very dim on the same piece of film -- typical emulsions don't have enough "dynamic range." Astronauts striding across the bright lunar soil in their sunlit spacesuits were literally dazzling

    Forgotten Last Man on the Moon
    Doug's Home Page - Some facts about Gene Cernan.

  • The Forgotten Last Man on the Moon Everyone knows that Neil Armstrong was the first man on the

  • Most people, however, cannot remember who the last man on the moon was - it was Gene Cernan

  • For instance, most Americans can remember the infamous "One Small Step ..." comment that Neil Armstrong made when he stepped onto the moon, but who can remember what Cernan said as man : " we leave the Moon at Taurus Littrow, we leave as we came and, God willing, as we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind

  • Purdue can therefore lay claim to the fact that both the first man and the last man on the moon from Purdue

    The Moon Hoax Debate
    A Debunking of the Moon Hoax Theory.

  • DID WE LAND ON THE MOON? A Debunking of the Moon Hoax Theory On February 15, 2001 the FOX television network aired a program titled Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land On The Moon? This program showed alleged evidence that NASA faked the moon landings

  • Since this Website, Rocket and Space Technology , is dedicated to the men and women who brought the moon landings to fruition, I feel the time is right for me to speak out on this topic

  • Some of the most prominent advocates of the hoax theory are Bill Kaysing, author of We Never Went To The Moon , Ralph Rene, author of NASA Mooned America , David Percy and Mary Bennett, co-authors of Dark Moon: Apollo and the Whistle Blowers and, more recently, Bart Sibrel, producer of A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Moon

  • The likelihood of success was calculated to be so small that it is inconceivable the moon landings could have actually taken place

  • Bill Kaysing has claimed that the chance of a successful landing on the moon was calculated to be 0.0017 (1 in 600)

  • Based on those studies, the probability of landing on the moon and returning safely to earth never dropped below 90%

  • Yet, with the exception of Apollo 13, NASA claims there wasn't one major technical problem on any of their Moon missions


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    Redzero's Moonhoax - How Apollo moon landings really happened
    A skeptical inquiry of the various claims that the Apollo Moon landings were
    NASA-constructed hoaxes.

  • MoonHoax This web site examines the theories that suggest the NASA Apollo moon landings were faked

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  • Dust Dust on the moon looks and behaves like nothing on Earth! Shadows In the bright sunlight of the Moon the photographs features very clear shadows, more obviously so than shadows on Earth

  • In order to successfully land on the moon, NASA needed to either buy in the absolute latest in technology, or develop it themselves

  • Proponents Who thinks this stuff up? Satellite Pictures What do satellite pictures show on the moon? Other Things Emails? This website and web pages are copyright 2003

    Artcom Museum Tour: Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum, Wapakoneta
    Honors Neil Armstrong and other Ohioans who have attempted to defy gravity.

  • Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum 500 South Apollo Drive Wapakoneta, OH Phone: 419-738-8811 1 800 BUCKEYE Tty: Statement of Purpose Air & Space Museum honors Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon and other Ohioans who have attempted to defy gravity

  • The Eagle has landed.' Commander for Apollo 11, was the first man to walk on the moon on July 20, 1969

  • These varied contributions are recounted in the exhibits of the Neil Armstrong Air & Space Museum, located in Wapakoneta, the hometown of the first man to set foot on the moon

  • Many items used by Armstrong during his career as a pilot are exhibited, as well as various awards given to him after the moon landing

  • Highlights & Collections Space Shuttle landing simulator Gemini 8 Spacecraft, Armstrong's Gemini and Apollo space suits, Moon rock brought by Apollo 11 crew

  • A sound tunnel leads to the moon rock gallery where a rock collected from the Sea of Tranquility in 1969 by astronauts Armstrong and Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin is on exhibit

  • Displays provide information about the moon and the astronauts who walked upon it

    Man on the Moon (1999)
    Cast/credits plus additional information about the film.

  • | to personalize   | Showing page 1 of 37 main details laserdisc details on tv, schedule links showtimes sound clip(s) video clip(s) You need to be a user of the IMDb to rate a movie - I have seen this movie and would like to Man on the Moon () Directed by Writing credits () (written by) & (written by) (12 photos) Genre: / / Tagline: "Hello, my name is Andy and this is my poster." Plot Outline: A film about the life and career of the eccentric avant-garde comedian, Andy Kaufman

  • Another 3 wins & 15 nominations MAN ON THE MOON | 3 out of 4 people found the following comment useful:- Powerful Flick , 22 December 1999 Author: MOTM has to be one of the more surprising films in recent memory

    Destination Moon (1950)
    Plot summary, cast and crew information, and user comments.

  • | to personalize   | Showing page 1 of 30 main details newsgroup reviews soundtrack listing alternate versions laserdisc details news articles posters photo gallery on tv, schedule links showtimes official site sound clip(s) video clip(s) You need to be a user of the IMDb to rate a movie - I have seen this movie and would like to Destination Moon () Directed by Writing credits (novel) (screenplay) ..

  • Genre: / / Tagline: TWO YEARS IN THE MAKING! Plot Outline: One of the first science fiction films to attempt a high level of accurate technical detail tells the story of the first trip to the moon

  • Woody Woodpecker : So do gas stoves, but they don't fly to the Moon

  • If not, set your Wayback Machine for half-a-century ago and step in: you're going to the moon, the way it should have been done

  • You'll have to lighten your ship to make it home and, oh boy, that's going to be a puzzle! Spaceflight turned out to be much, much more complex than this movie projected, but this is still a serious attempt (some, who must not have seen Lang's "Woman in the Moon, " say this is the _first_ serious attempt) at making a movie about a moon landing

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    Explorers - A -
    Brief biographies of men and women who have explored the earth and skies.

  • (1930- ) was the second man to walk on the moon

  • He and Neil Armstrong (the first man on the moon) were on the moon for about 2 hours, collecting rock samples and doing lunar surface experiments

  • (Buzz) Aldrin, Jr., landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, in the lunar module (landing in the Mare Tranquilitatis), while Michael Collins orbited the moon in the command module

  • Upon his first step on the moon, Armstrong said, 'One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.' Armstrong and Aldrin explored the Moon's surface for about 2 hours

    The Moon Landings Were NOT Faked
    Website of astronomer Jim Scotti, debunking the Moon Hoax Theory.

  • NON-FAKED MOON LANDINGS ! Fox aired a special on the moonlanding hoax on Thursday night, February 15, 2001

  • I watched the Apollo Moonlandings on TV as a young boy, following every crew as they traveled to the moon and back and explored the lunar surface

  • I watched astronauts setting out experiments, picking up moonrocks, taking pictures and so forth, especially during the last few flights to the moon, but it wasn't until later that I really understood how and why they would pick a particular rock to sample or crater to visit

  • Understanding Apollo has lead to a great appreciation of it as well as a firm belief in the genuineness of the moonlandings

  • Flying to the moon was not faked

  • And it was a spectacular achievment! Jim Scotti Before reading this web page, please take a moment to on whether you believe we went to the moon during Apollo, then be sure to after reading this page to see if your opinion has changed

  • Overstreet talking now:) My conspiracy theory for this report is that we never went to the moon

  • 'Of course we went to the moon' Kept going through my mind

  • I am now convinced that we never landed on the moon, and it is my hope, that I can make you question it yourself

    OHS - Places - Armstrong Air & Space Museum
    Museum chronicles Ohio's contributions to the history of space flight. Site lists
    general information, hours and admission fees.

  • The Eagle has landed.' --- NASA Mission Control & Neil Armstrong, July 20, 1969 Named in honor of Neil Armstrong, first man to set foot on the moon, this museum in Wapakoneta chronicles Ohio's contributions to the history of space flight

  • Among the items on display are a F5D Sky Lancer, the Gemini VIII spacecraft, Apollo 11 artifacts and a moon rock

    The Apollo Society - ASA#1 Shoot Moon
    Outlines the highlights of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo Space Programs from
    1961 to 1972. Includes a brief bibliography.

  • The Apollo Society Shoot for the Moon! - A Brief Outline of the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo Space Programs (1961 - 1972) by Gregory A

  • Smith Edited by Chris Peterson Shoot for the Moon! * * * * * * * The Mercury Program On May 5, 1961, Alan B

  • Kennedy , told Congress; 'I believe this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth.' The Mercury 7 Alan B

  • Anders became the first human interplanetary space explorers when they left the bounds of Earth's gravity well and flew their Apollo 8 spacecraft for a 10 orbit swing around the Moon

  • Cernan barnstormed the mountains of the moon at 3, 700 mph in their Lunar Module called 'Snoopy.' As they skimmed over the mountains of the Moon, Gene Cernan called out; 'Houston, this is Snoopy! We is Go and we is down among' em, Charlie!' At the low point in their trajectory, the crew attempted to release their decent stage

  • If the crew of Snoopy had not reacted as swiftly as they had, after another 2 seconds, their spacecraft would have locked into a dive that would have crashed Apollo 10 on the Moon


    CNN - Armstrong, Apollo pioneers reflect on 'giant leap' 30 years ...

  • EDT (0241 GMT) In this story: (CNN) -- On the 30th anniversary of the rocket shot that propelled mankind toward its first rendezvous with the moon, a small constellation of Apollo astronauts, including Neil Armstrong, gathered Friday to celebrate one of the 20th century's grand achievements

  • 'The important achievement of Apollo was demonstrating that humanity is not forever chained to this planet, ' said Armstrong, who became the first man to walk on the moon on July 20, 1969 during the Apollo 11 mission

  • Asked if he ever regretted his part of the history-making mission because it thrust him into the public spotlight, Armstrong answered, 'Never.' But he also said he doesn't dwell on his status as the first human on the moon

  • The news conference also included, who stepped on the lunar surface minutes after Armstrong; Apollo 7 astronaut, who orbited the Earth; and the last man to walk on the moon, who took the final footsteps as part of the Apollo 17 mission in 1972

  • Aldrin said going to the moon affected the lives of all of the Apollo astronauts to some degree

  • Armstrong says the moon landing showed that 'our opportunities are unlimited' 'Certainly, you can't participate in such a momentous program and not have the reminders of it have an effect on your life, ' Aldrin said

    First moon landing in 1969 marked an entire generation
    Opinion column by Matt Wallace on the Apollo 11 Moon landing and its cultural impact.

  • | First moon landing in 1969 marked an entire generation This page was last modified on 26 February 2005

  • : 'First moon landing in 1969 marked an entire generation' : Column Background : E-mail to The Compleat Heretic A childhood memory during a vacation trip GenXer supports space program A Vietnam War memory (Greensboro, NC), pp

  • H1, H6 First moon landing in 1969 marked an entire generation by Matt Wallace In July of 1969, I was 8 years old

  • And there was the moon, which was why this was no typical child's summer

  • I watched the coverage of the trip to the moon until finally, in the afternoon of July 20, Armstrong and Aldrin landed their lunar module, the Eagle, on the lunar surface

  • We were roused from our slumbers by our parents who excitedly exhorted us to wake up to see the first moon walk

  • Humans had become a space-faring species, and the moon had become a place

  • I don't recall watching much more of the moon walk; I was young and surely sleepy, and the rest was anticlimactic, so I probably went back to bed

  • I watched Armstrong and Aldrin leave the moon the following day to rejoin Collins in the Columbia for the journey home

    Fox TV and the Apollo Moon Hoax
    Page rebutting the Fox TV documentary that claimed Moon landings were faked.

  • Fox TV and the Apollo Moon Hoax (February 13, 2001) On Thursday, February 15th 2001 (and replayed on March 19), the Fox TV network aired a program called ``Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon?'', hosted by X-Files actor Mitch Pileggi

  • The program was an hour long, and featured interviews with a series of people who believe that NASA faked the Apollo Moon landings in the 1960s and 1970s

  • According to them, NASA did not have the technical capability of going to the Moon, but pressure due to the Cold War with the Soviet Union forced them to fake it

  • Does that mean someone who truly doesn't believe man ever went to the Moon, or just that it's remotely possible that NASA faked it? Those are very different things

  • Or, of course, on the Moon

  • Again, you can test this yourself: go outside during full Moon and you'll see your shadow

  • The light from the streetlamp will wash out the shadow cast by the Moon

  • ! Another example of the difficulty in estimating distance is due to the shapes of the rocks on the Moon

  • I like the irony of linking to that animation and using it to show that it is indeed evidence that Apollo did go to the Moon

    Examines lunar mission photographs, finds flaws in various claims that they are faked.

  • CONTACT INFORMATION: MICHAEL BARA STEVE TROY Note - we are not able to respond to all e-mails, but we will read them Web Hosting by Who Mourns For Apollo? -- Or -- Was It Really Only a Paper Moon? by Mike Bara With Steve Troy and Richard C

  • Promoted by a few well known authors such as and the late, this latest twist on the current "conspiracy nation" fad is based on a simple, if unbelievably naive and absurd notion -- that the Apollo Missions and subsequent Moon landings were faked

  • That said, one thing they did not do, unquestionably, was fake the Moon landings

  • Almost from the moment that Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot upon the Moon at Tranquility Base, the rumors began that the whole thing was faked

  • We have come to wonder, given our own stance on the whole question of what the Moon program was really about and what the astronauts really found, if there wasn't perhaps something a bit "conspiratorial" about the promotion of this patently absurd and demonstrably false conspiracy theory

  • As you will see, some of these charges can actually be more easily explained not just by a complete rejection of the Moon Hoax theory, but a combination of conventional explanations and our own "glass ruins" model of the Moon

    2.09: The Wrong Stuff
    Wired published one of the first articles on the web to advance the theory that
    we never landed on the moon.

  • print version Search: [an error occurred while processing this directive][an error occurred while processing this directive][an error occurred while processing this directive] - Sep 1994 The Wrong Stuff Are you sure we went to the moon 25 years ago? Are you positive? Millions of Americans believe the moon landings may have been a US$25 billion swindle, perpetrated by NASA with the latest in communications technology and the best in special effects

  • A human being was about to set foot on the moon for the first time in history, armed only with the Stars and Stripes, some scientific instruments, and an almost reckless, can-do demeanor that had captivated the world

  • 'Yeah, I'll second that, ' said the 38-year-old astronaut, the moonwalker-to-be, America's own Boy Scout, and the most famous man in the - well, in the universe

  • 'Apollo moon landing, scene 769/A22, take three, ' she announced

  • NASA's cold warriors and spin doctors faked the whole moon landing

  • Come to think of it, they faked all six moon landings - spending around US$25 billion to prove to the world that not even the Soviets, especially not the Soviets, could hold a candle to the US when it came to space exploration

    Contact Light - a personal retrospective of Project Apollo
    Project Apollo retrospective with pictures.

  • 'Contact Light' a personal retrospective of Project Apollo by Kipp Teague Introduction 'Contact Light' is a nostalgic and personal look back at man's first voyages to the Moon, not from the perspective of a participant, nor from that of a historian, but instead from my own perspective as a young teenager at the time of Apollo, and an avid follower of the space program

  • It was President Kennedy who had committed America to Moon, when on May 25, 1961, only twenty days following the flight of America's first man into space (Alan Shepard), he said: 'I believe this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to Earth

  • No single space project in this period will be more impressive to mankind, or more important in the long-range exploration of space; and none will be so difficult or expensive to accomplish.' Project Apollo concluded in 1963 after six successful Earth-orbital and sub-orbital flights, and continued paving the way to the Moon in March of 1965

  • The stereo photographs portrayed an amazing voyage to the moon, beginning with a launch of a multi-stage Saturn rocket, and culminating with 'Doug' and 'Eric''s descent to the lunar surface in a vehicle described as the 'bug.' In the visual story, the two astronauts soon discovered water on the moon in addition to 'flourescent' moon rocks! In the concluding scene, the astronauts are depicted presenting the president with lunar samples

    World's Biggest Telescope to Prove Americans Really Walked on Moon
    Daily Telegraph article by Robert Matthews.

  • SPECIAL REPORTS World's biggest telescope to prove Americans really walked on Moon By Robert Matthews, Science Correspondent (Filed: 24/11/2002) Conspiracy theorists, you have a problem

  • In an effort to silence claims that the Apollo Moon landings were faked, European scientists are to use the world's newest and largest telescope to see whether remains of the spacecraft are still on the lunar surface

  • For years, doubters have claimed that Nasa, the US space agency, spent billions of dollars faking the landings to convince the world that it had beaten the Soviet Union to the Moon

  • The row even boiled over into personal conflict in September when police in Beverly Hills were called in to investigate claims that Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin - the second man on the Moon - punched a conspiracy theorist who accused him of lying about the landings

  • Trained on the Moon, such astonishing resolution should enable it to see the base of one or more of the six lunar modules which Nasa insists landed on the Moon between 1969 and 1972

  • A trial run of the equipment this summer produced the sharpest image of the Moon taken from the Earth, showing details 400ft across from a distance of 238, 000 miles

    Gus Grissom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Article covers background, career, awards and tributes.

  • NASA management wanted one of the original astronauts to be the first man to eventually walk on the moon

  • Hansen's biography First Man: The Life of , Hansen claims that (who made crew assignments) would have put Grissom on the moon landing flight had Grissom lived, even though it would not have been in his normal rotation

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