by Luke Bonitz
Attention all moon landing conspirators! It’s time to go looking for a new conspiracy theory to try and prove, because the moon landings have new visual evidence.
After forty-four years of mystery, the crash site of the Apollo 16 rocket booster was located on the surface of the moon. Scientist Jeff Plescia, who works at John Hopkins University, found the location of the crash site using high resolution images captured by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter camera system (LROC).
When asking Jeff Plescia about how he found the crash site of the Apollo 16 rocket boosters, he told Insider Outer Space, “It looked just like others, but its position was much more poorly defined since it was last lost on impact.”
Zach Hoffman, a senior here at Central Dauphin, said that he “can’t believe it took us forty-four years to find the rocket booster, but now hopefully this discovery will make moon-landing conspirators move onto something else.”
The evidence found from the captured evidence is truly amazing, and from the images here, it seems that some moon conspirators are going to be scratching their heads trying to come up with newer theories.