Earlier this month, the Indian Space Agency allegedly landed an unmanned spacecraft and rolled out a rover onto the South Pole of the moon. But did they really accomplish this feat, or was it another production of smoke and mirrors, NASA style?
Eric Dubay reports that nearly 99 percent of the footage shown of this ground-breaking event was clear, obvious and very poor CGI. Why do you suppose NASA, Roscosmos, the Chinese, the Indian and all other world space agencies spend money creating and air-time broadcasting all these computer graphic animations of their expeditions rather than showing us actual video footage? Dubay takes a closer look at the event.