Chinese Moon Landing Faked? Some Believe So

Earlier this month, China made history by landing a rover on the ‘dark side of the moon’ for the first time.

While China’s National Space Administration has posted several photos and videos of the landing, conspiracy theorists aren’t convinced.

Now, one conspiracy theorist claims he has evidence that the moon landing was fake.

Scott C. Waring, who runs UFO Sightings Daily, believes he’s spotted a ‘stage prop line’ in a photo of the Jade Rabbit rover.

On his site, he said: “Someone mistakenly placed a line in front of the rover and forgot to erase it.

“Or they should have made the line much smaller. This screams staged event all together.”

Mr Waring also claims that the lack of rocks in the image is a sign that the image is fake.

He added: “Notice the lack of moon rocks on the entire surface of the moon…which is exactly what the first Apollo moon landing also showed…a sign of being faked on a stage.”

However, Nigel Watson, author of UFOs of the First World War, isn’t falling for Waring’s theory.

Speaking to Mirror Online, he said: “The Moon is a location where conspiracy theorists’ ideas go rampant.

“In this instance the ‘prop line’ could be a reflection of sunlight from the solar panels on top of the vehicle.

“Whatever it is, it is very slim case for evidence that the Chinese faked this mission!”

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