They "Lost" It
It was the BBC that previously held the record for losing historic tapes - the first Top of the Pops, the early Pete 'n' Dud shows, and more than 100 episodes of Doctor Who have all disappeared. But US space agency Nasa has now claimed the crown. In fact, it has set a record that may prove impossible to beat. It has managed to lose the original footage of the first moon landing by Neil Armstrong and his crew on July 21 1969. Mankind's giant leap has been followed by an equally giant pratfall.
I don't see what the big deal is. They filmed it once in a studio. They surely could refilm it a second time. And with the technology they have, i'm sure they could age it up to look like the original fake footage.
By min | August 16, 2006, 3:15 PM | Science
So does this mean the Earth is also flat?