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Clear Daylight Falcon 9 Landing: Space Travel Deniers Debunked Again

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Published on May 2, 2017

There are many Flat Earthers and Space Travel Deniers who claim that the SpaceX Falcon 9 landings are faked.

Despite the fact that the three previous land landings happened in full view of much of Florida's population and we have amateur videos recorded by civilians, these deniers still claim fake because they either happened at night or during a cloudy day.

Sadly for these deniers, the latest Falcon 9 land landing (May 1st 2017) happened in during broad daylight with clear skies. In fact, due to the fact that this rocket was launching a US military spy satellite, the NORL-76, SpaceX were not authorized to broadcast the deployment of the payload. So the majority of the webcast focused intently on the return of the first stage booster.

Naturally, with clear skies and many cameras tracking the launch vehicle, not to mention the onboard camera, we got full view of the rocket during its reentry and landing. And you can guarantee that within the next few days or weeks, YouTube will be flooded with amateur videos tracking this launch and landing - videos recorded by civilians without any ties to NASA or SpaceX.

Therefore: SpaceX is not FakeX. Sorry, Jism.

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