More than 50 years ago, Apollo 11 triumphantly landed on the moon. Almost immediately thereafter, however, skeptics cast doubts that humankind could accomplish such an enormous feat. Some of those same doubts persist today, and this documentary dissects the most popular conspiracy claims. Former NASA astronaut Leland Melvin, Iraq War veteran and former FBI agent Chad Jenkins, and author Mike Bara investigate the theories. They look into how the Apollo 1 fire started; study one of NASA's last existing Lunar lander prototypes that Neil Armstrong trained on; seek the expertise of one of Hollywood's most celebrated visual effects directors, Douglas Trumbull ("2001: A Space Odyssey"); and gain access to NASA archives to uncover photos and footage never-before-seen by the general public.