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Moon landings hoax conspiracy theorists claim to have found an identical backdrop in two different pictures from the Apollo 15 fourth lunar landing mission in 1971.
The pictures are said by NASA to have been taken some miles apart on the Moon during the mission.
They were apparently taken from different locations, as in one the lunar module is there and tracks are visible.
In the other, there is a more rocky surface seen in the foreground.
But, conspiracy theorists claim to have proved the scenes were both staged in a studio, with the same background.
They have laid the two pictures over each other and claim the backgrounds match and perfectly overlay each other.