One Small Step: Moon Landing Conspiracy Theories

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Join Chichester Skeptics in the Pub at 19.30 on Tuesday 18th February to hear from Jason Thompson on 'One Small Step: Moon Landing Conspiracy Theories'.

In 1969 Neil Armstrong made 'one small step' into the history books, and eleven other men followed in his footsteps. Fifty years later, there are still some who believe the whole affair to be a conspiracy to fool the world into only believing we had been there. What evidence do they claim for this belief, and why should anyone wish to cast doubt on such a momentous achievement? Join us for an investigation into these questions and more.

Jason has been a member of the Ashford Astronomical Society for ten years and a keen amateur astronomer and student of the history of space flight for even longer. He became Chair of the society on the tenth anniversary of his membership. He has given talks to astronomical societies, schools, and other institutions. Outside the society he works in the diagnostics industry, supplying health tests to hospitals and laboratories.

All are welcome we look forward to an engaging and informative evening. Entry is £5.


18 February, 19:30 - 21:30


The Chichester Inn