Did the Chinese probe really land on the far side of the moon?

Picture of the Chinese moon rover with an alleged ‘stage prop line’. Image: ‘UFO Sightings Daily.

DHARAMSALA, Jan 15: China may have ‘faked’ Chang’e-4 probe- landing on the far side of Moon, a popular ‘alien researcher’ has said.

While China said it has successfully landed a robotic spacecraft on the far side of the Moon, the first ever such attempt and landing earlier on Jan 3, Popular alien researcher, Scott C Waring called it a fake because of a visible Chalk line’ in front of China’s moon rover

Scott C Waring uploaded a post titled ‘Stage prop line in front of China’s Moon Rover in New Photos!’ on his blog ‘UFO Sightings Daily’ and claimed that the “stage prop” visible in one of the photos sent from the probe proves that the entire event was ‘staged’ and China may very well have “faked” the entire moon landing, media reports said.

“The stage prop line for placement of the rover in the photo screams staged event altogether,” he said.

“Look at the original photo you will see that there are no other lines in the entire giant panoramic photo. OMG, this is so very disappointing. Notice the lack of moon rocks on the entire surface of the moon…which is exactly what the first Apollo moon landing also showed…a sign of being faked on a stage.”

The alien researcher alleged that China took a leaf out of NASA’s book who he claims had staged the landing of the first Apollo mission on the moon.

“This is very disappointing, but I guess China may have decided since NASA faked the first Apollo moon landing and got away with it, then China wanted in on it too. Sure I could be wrong, but if you look at the original photo you will see that there are no other lines in the entire giant panoramic photo.”

Meanwhile, China says it exchanged data with NASA on the far side of the moon.

China launched the first of its lunar probe series named after the mythical Chinese moon goddess Chang’e to orbit the moon in 2007 followed by subsequent probes;  Chang’e-3 and Chang’e-4.

Further, China plans to launch the Chang’e-5 probe to the moon later this year, with three more in the offing as the race for the space program with the US heats up.

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