What exactly do you mean "filming in slow motion"? you can't con me with you ignorant questions.
Didn't you watch the moon films of the astronauts recorded in slow motion? And the vehicle was slowed down too? Everyone else saw them in Slow Mo?
Yes, I have watched hundreds of videos of all 9 Apollo missions to the moon,
on 6 of which men landed, for a total of 12.
You have no freaking clue why motion on the moon appears to be in slow motion, do you?
Here's a hint: GRAVITY on the moon is only one sixth of what it is here on earth.
Don't you know how to research for any facts yet? Which astronaut told us they never went to the moon?
Youtube is not an astronaut, I need a name.
Do you even know what the NASA engineer said of the Van Allen Radiation Belt and a spaceship trying to get through/past it?
The radiation level in the Van Allen belt is really high, but not as much as the supporters of the lunar conspiracy draw. If you launch a person to fly directly in the belt, he will receive a dangerous dose of 1 sievert in a few days, and a lethal dose of 5 Sv for a couple of weeks of flight, the exact time depends on the particular orbit.
The flight paths of all Apollos, except for the 14th, circumvented the internal radiation belt and crossed only the external one in the thinnest areas and at the highest possible speeds. For astronauts flying to the moon, crossing the Van Allen belt took a matter of hours: about 3.5 hours when flying to the moon and about 2.5 hours on the way back, in addition, the Apollo had radiation protection, only 25 mm aluminum, and the module was additionally protected with steel, with a thickness of 18 to 69 mm.
Thus, it was possible to minimize the damage from radiation during the passage of the belt, the astronauts received the main dose during the flight outside the Earth’s magnetic field. Depending on the mission, the dose absorbed by the astronauts varied from 1.6 to 11.4 mSv, which is significantly less than the standard dose of 50 mSv per year established for people working with radiation and which is considered non-hazardous.
Astronauts, who gained 11.4 mSv during a flight to the Moon, after living for a year on Earth in ordinary conditions, would not even come close to 50 mSv. Therefore, overcoming the Van Allen belt is completely safe and even flying to the Moon and back does not cause much damage to the body in terms of radiation.
Why do you even bother posting your flat earth bulls**t here, I don't see anyone else falling for it.