NBA star library talks to astronauts and apologizes for questioning the authenticity of the moon landing

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 NBA star library talks to astronauts and apologizes for questioning the authenticity of the moon landing


IT Home, Dec. 16? Between 1961 and 1972, the United States spent $25.5 billion on a series of lunar landings and successfully landed on the moon six times. However, in the United States, there are still many people questioning the authenticity of the lunar landing, such as NBA star Stephen Cooley expressed doubts about the lunar landing project in a podcast program the other day.

The incident put him in the same place as Kerry Owen, who once publicly questioned the theory of earth circle. Now, NASA has sent out invitations to Curie to talk to him and invite him to visit Apollo Control Center.

According to foreign media reports, Curie spoke with former U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly on InstagramLive on Saturday and expressed his apology.

I dont want my words to belittle at any level the great achievements you and your colleagues have made. You work hard every day to make this a reality. So I sincerely apologize for this.

According to USA Today, Kelly talked to Curie about his views on similar incidents.

When people believe in these things, they will also believe in other more important things, such as climate change is false, vaccines and 9/11 is the governments conspiracy theory. Thats why I realize that such a dialogue is very important. As you said, it highlights the importance of science to our children, our country and our economy.

On Scott Kelly

Scott Kelly, a retired American astronaut, has been in space four times. He first went into space on the STS-103 mission in December 1999, the third maintenance mission of the Hubble Space Telescope. After his last space mission, he spent 520 days in space, setting a record for American astronauts. This record was later broken by Jeff Williams (534 days) and Peggy Whitson (665 days).

Scott Kelly retired in April 2016.

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