First: Have you looked out the window? The moon is really, really far away.
Second. When viewing the photographs taken on the moon you find that none of the pictures show visible stars in the background. To hear what an expert thought of this, I spoke with the photographer who takes passport photos at Walmart. She indicated that she was only doing that job until school started again in the fall, and perhaps I should try asking Patrick in automotive, since he has a nice camera and might know more. Conveniently, Patrick was on lunch when I attempted to locate him, which made me believe I had been given the runaround to keep me from finding the truth. This refusal to discuss the issue was not indicative of Walmart alone, but seemed to be the attitude of every passport photographer I asked this question of, causing me to believe that someone in the government had already gotten to them.
Third: The flag that was planted by Nelly Armstrong and Buzz Lightyear, appears to be waving and fluttering in the breeze. This occurrence would be impossible considering there is no atmosphere on the moon, however it would be possible on a sound stage with the air conditioning running. Proof for the sound stage theory is bolstered by an obscure photograph taken by Armstrong near the Lander. It consists of a panoramic view of the horizon with the earth floating quietly in the sky above. Using a scientific instrument known as a "magnifying glass", we can zoom in on the lower right hand corner of the photo, where Buzz is clearly visible peeing into a potted plant as his helmet sits on a folding table next to a box of donuts. I have not yet been able to confirm the legitimise of this photograph, but the guy who left it in my mailbox provided a note assuring me it was not photo shopped, and since he didn't claim to work for NASA, I have no reason to think he is lying.
Second: In order to get to the moon, the astronauts would have to pass through the Van Allen Radiation Belt, which would fry them like a hamster in a microwave. The only knowledge I have of radiation comes from the Godzilla movies, so my guess is that since there are currently no giant lizard-men or insect-people attacking Tokyo, the astronauts did not pass through the belt.
Eleven: The director Stanley Kubrick of Teletubbies fame, was commissioned by the government to fake the moon landing. Kubrick was a bit of a pack rat, which is a nice way of saying "dirty little hoarder." After his death he left behind thousands of boxes filled with scrapbooks, screenplays, and pictures of people on the toilet. One of those boxes is said to contain a letter from Richard Nixon instructing Kubrick to create a portrayal of the moon landing, which would be broadcast as if real. Kubrick himself, is said to have told several people that he did indeed fake the landing, but that he mistakenly had the astronauts land on Mars, so the footage was never used.
These fourteen points are not the only questionable aspects of the moon landing, but because of a shortage of time and my wife yelling at me to put some kind of fire out in the kitchen, I will have to stop here. However, I urge you to look into this yourself and not take as truth what the government tells you, after all, they are the same people that run the post office.