Transparent Apollo 11 astronaut spotted in official NASA video

The famous ufologist Scott Waring, looking at the video of the NASA Apollo 11 mission, discovered a very strange detail on it. The astronaut descending the spacecraft ladder looked transparent.

Given these circumstances, Waring suggested that video editing takes place here. First, the lunar landscape with the lunar module was filmed, and then the image of the descent astronaut was superimposed on the resulting video.

The moment the astronaut descends the ladder, the lunar landscape is perfectly visible through his leg. The same can be observed with his second leg, through which the horizon of the Moon is visible.

Later it becomes clear that his body is completely transparent, which prompted the researcher to think about falsification of the video. According to Waring, the astronaut was later added to the video.

At the same time, the ufologist clarifies that he does not consider all the records of the Apollo mission to be falsified, and the question, for the most part, arose precisely for this video only.

Waring wonders why NASA faked the exact video that depicts a monumental moment for all of humanity when a human foot steps on the lunar surface.

The researcher does not insist that his conclusions are 100% correct, therefore, he invites Internet users to take a look at this video for themselves and draw their own conclusions.

The video in question was posted on the space agency’s website in July 2019.

Scott Waring’s video has been viewed several thousand times in a few hours and sparked a fierce debate in the comments section.

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  1. You see this same effect in old store surveillance videos with the older systems, anything to debunk our Moon landing and astronauts that walked on the moon, IT DID HAPPEN PEOPLE STOP THINKING EVERYTHING WAS FAKED.

  2. This is low resolution video with extremely high contrast between background and foreground…this is a simple case of pixel bleed. Light is bleeding from nearby high brightness pixels to adjacent low brightness pixels. This is an extremely well known issue with older CCD sensors.

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