Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton repeated a long-held conspiracy during a visit to NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston last week.
The Formula One star asked astronaut Doug Hurley about the moon landing hoax, Jalopnik reported.
“I think it’s a sensitive point, but the big question is … is there the theories that you do not land on the moon. So… why would people have that theory?” Hamilton asked, while standing in the mockup of the ISS, the report said.
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“I have always claimed that it would have been more difficult to fake it and hide,” Hurley responded. “It only takes one person to go to spill. … I Had people in my own family, who thought we faked it and then they came to see me to go fly in space.”
Hamilton’s visit included seeing the Internation Space Station mission control and Neutral Buoyancy Lab, as well as horse riding NASA’s Modular Robot Vehicle, the report said.