In 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first person to enter the moon. It was an incredible technological and scientific achievement for humanity, and the 11 other men who followed in its dusty footsteps are still the only people ever to set foot anywhere other than Earth. Of course, that requires you to believe the "official" account of things. On the other hand, if you are on the fringe of the conspiracy community, you believe the moon landing was just a big lie made by … lizardmen or something.
Many "proofs" support the past In the past, the theory of moon landing hoax has surfaced, but nothing has ever affected the public as a whole. Now the false believers point to an old photograph of an astronaut as possible proof that the lunar surface we see in moon landing images is nothing but a film set.
The photo in question comes from the Apollo 1
Behind Youngs head, near the edge of the horizon, the supposed "boulder" is discussed. The description of the photo says that the background contains boulders and the Lunar Roving Vehicle, but conspirators believe otherwise. In particular, they believe that a lunar base is actually visible in the distance, along with additional staff who should not be there.
This assertion points to another boundary theory regarding the moon landings. Instead of believing that the landings themselves were staged, a subgroup of the conspiracy community believes that NASA has actually gone to the moon and found evidence of extraterrestrial life there. Instead of telling the world about the discovery, they believe that NASA has covered it up. The photo suggests that NASA sent extra crew to the Moon after the discovery of extraterrestrial life and even built a lunar habitat there.
Or, as a YouTube commentator suggests, it's probably "just a Starbucks."