Ok, I think I've finally found the proof once and for all that we never set foot on the moon. It all comes down to a number of codes that can be found in the word "NASA" using palidromes. Below is a list of them; see if you can spot a pattern.
A Santa at NASA.
A Santa deified at NASA.
A Santa dog lived as a devil god at NASA.
A Santa lived as a devil at NASA.
A Santa lives evil at NASA.
A Santa pets rats, as Pat taps a star step at NASA.
A Santa snaps pans at NASA.
A Santa snips pins at NASA.
A Santa spat taps at NASA.
A Santa spit taboo bat tips at NASA.
A Santa spits tips at NASA.
A Santa spots tops at NASA.
A Santa stops pots at NASA.
A Santa taps Pat at NASA.
A Santa's rats top Nat, as Satan pots tars at NASA.
The common theme here is Santa which also, incidentally, is an anagram of Satan which is another clue in itself.
But anyway, as has been quite cleary seen from history, and as every child will testify, while Santa must circumvent around the edge of the Earth's atmosphere to get the required acceleration (how else could he get to everyone's house in a night) it is well known that he has never flown his sleigh (pulled by his reindeer) much beyond the Earth's atmosphere, certainly never more that 300 kms beyond and certainly never through the legendary Van Allen Belt. The radiation would eat through his sacks of toys and destroy all the presents.
So it's obvious isn't it? If Santa can't do it, what hope has mere mortal?
There we go then. Coded clues undiscovered and unnoticed until rather covertly and subtly pointed out in a recent intereview with Rudolf. Yes, the red-nosed reindeer is a whistleblower but he can't whistle through his teeth so uses his nose which is why it's red - that should've been a dead giveaway in itself and it's a surprise that clue wasn't spotted well before now.
I hope this puts the "We went to the moon" arguments to rest once and for all.
PS: The link to the interview with Rudolf has mysteriously gone dead (I think it's been hastily removed from the net after being up for only three days) but it was ostensibly an interview about his independent travels on his days off (all 364 of them - except for leap year of course, then it's 365).