NASA accused of faking the rover Mars landing as well

NASA has been accused of faking landing rovers on Mars much in the same way they were attacked with faking the moon landing.
By David Sims | Nov 21, 2016
NASA has been accused of faking landing rovers on Mars much in the same way they were attacked with faking the moon landing.

Conspiracy theorists insist that on a better look at the images there is plenty of evidence to support that NASA didn't actually go to the moon. These Mars enthusiasts insist that the rovers are actually on Devon Island in Canada.

They have gathered some following with evidence of what looks like animal paw prints in some of their footage being seen. Some have also claimed to hear water, oceanic waves and birds chirping proving that the rovers are on earth.

NASA themselves have admitted that Devon Island in Canada has the closest resemblance to the terrain on Mars. However, they have asserted that the footage and the rovers are actually accurate.

"The radio signals beamed back to Earth from Opportunity and Curiosity are picked up by an international system of radio dishes called the Deep Space Network," said Professor Lewis Dartnell of the University of Westminster. "So if this were a conspiracy then many different nations would need to be involved, and not just the USA."

But it is easy to see why so many people have believed the hoax, the resemblance of the island to Mars' is quite stunning. With rumors that the moon landing was also faked, people can be convinced very easily.
However, to pull off such a hoax, NASA would have to as with many nations including Russia, a country many believe would not be inclined to keep such a secret.

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