Do you think the Moon landing was a hoax?
One small step for man... or one giant leap for science fiction? On 20th July 1969, 600 million people tuned in to watch the first ever Moon landing as US astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin spent two hours roaming the lunar surface on foot, while Michael Collins piloted the Apollo 11.
But despite the live view of this remarkable human achievement, many non believers do exist: a survey found that a staggering 52% of Brits think the Moon landings from 1969-72 were faked, with an astonishing 73% of 25-34 year olds thinking it was all a hoax.
We’re joined by Martin Kenny, who believes the landings were faked, and observational cosmologist Dr Sarah Bosman, who dismisses these conspiracy theories as nonsense.