11.12.2018 · NASA has offered to give Steph Curry a tour of one of its lunar labs after the Golden State Warriors guard said on a podcast that he doubts humans landed on the moon. No, really. NASA put 12 astronauts on the moon from 1969 to 1972. Spokesperson Allard Beutel clapped back at Curry in a statement from NASA.
Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry caused a cosmic disturbance earlier this week when he seemed to suggest NASA's moon landings were faked. NASA and some of its astronauts would like to give. Stephen Curry was the latest NBA star to publicly back a conspiracy theory, this time about the moon landing. NASA offered to show Curry evidence. Steph Curry thinks the moon landing was fake and Kyrie Irving thinks the Earth is flat and I think someone spent too much time in the gym and too little time in the classroom.
12.12.2018 · If Steph Curry’s plan all along was to start an uproar, get a free visit to NASA and possibly maybe? go to space, he succeeded. NASA invited Curry to. Curry is not alone in the disbelief that NASA never set foot on the moon. However, as the agency explains: “There are answers to all the questions raised by the nonbelievers, but one of the strongest arguments is that all the Apollo missions were independently tracked by England and Russia our allies and enemies, both of whom sent letters of congratulations after the moon landings.
The two-time MVP said this week he doesn’t think men have landed on the moon, earning a polite invitation from NASA to show him the lunar landing evidence, CNN reported. Curry came off like a space cadet Monday on the “Winging It” podcast, asking fellow NBA players Vince Carter, Kent Bazemore. NASA wants to show NBA superstar Steph Curry some rock-solid evidence that people have indeed been to the moon. NASA wants Steph Curry to know that yes, the moon landing was real, and they're even inviting him to check out some space rocks to prove it.
The U.S. has put a dozen astronauts on the moon in six landings between the years of 1969 and 1972, and NASA wants to prove it to Curry. Steph Curry questioned the moon landing, and NASA wants to change his mind with a tour of their facility and a first-hand look at some moon rocks. How could he say no. NBA star Steph Curry told ESPN Wednesday he was "joking" earlier this week when he said he did not think humans had ever landed on the moon -- and he revealed he'd accept an invitation from NASA.
13.12.2018 · CNNNBA superstar Steph Curry said he was kidding when he said he doesn't believe humans landed on the moon. "Obviously I was joking when I. Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry says he was just joking when he said that the Apollo moon landings were a hoax, and will accept NASA’s invitation to inspect its moon rocks in Houston.
11.12.2018 · Curry's conspiracy theory became the biggest faked-moon-landing story since Buzz Aldrin punched a conspiracy theorist in the face. In the NASA legend's defense, Bart. 12.12.2018 · So it appears that we’ve reached the end of the story arc about Steph Curry’s moon landing comments. Earlier this week, Curry hopped on the Winging It Podcast and said that he didn’t believe that the moon landing was real. 11.12.2018 · Steph Curry thinks the moon landing was a big hoax. and now NASA wants to turn the NBA superstar into a believer. giving him a personal invite to tour all the evidence that proves it all. NASA duly invited Curry to visit the Johnson Spaceflight Center to see some moon rocks and talk to astronauts and scientists about the moon landing and see that it had indeed taken place. The conspiracy theory that the moon landing was faked in a TV studio is one of the most curious and easily disproven ones that are out there. Yes, Steph, we recognize that you have won yet again. AP As he tends to do, Stephen Curry has come out on top. Two days ago, he was a laughing stock for spouting dumb moon landing conspiracies.
NASA has invited Steph Curry to examine space rocks after the basketball star said that he doesn’t believe the moon landing was real. During an interview on the podcast 'Winging It', when co-host Annie Finnberg brings up conspiracy theories, the Golden State Warriors star revealed that he thinks the moon landing is a hoax. 11.12.2018 · Stephen Curry seems to have doubts that the USA actually has sent men to the moon. NASA wants to show him the evidence. Moon rocks, for instance. Sports NBA star Steph Curry drops ball, suggests NASA moon landing was faked. Commentary: Steph Curry, famous for freakishly dropping 3's, dunks on NASA's moon landing -- and misses. Mankind has reached the moon just a few times, but it all definitely happened. Not, apparently, according to Steph Curry. The Golden State Warriors star claimed recently on a podcast that man has.
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