Apollo Studies


Apollo Investigation

Jack White's Apollo Studies – Index 1
An extensive study of Apollo imagery by photo analyst Jack White BA
All studies © 2005/10 Jack White
Jack White
Jack White 1927-2012

Photographic specialist Jack White took time from his many commitments to help us investigate further into the Apollo photographic record.

Out of his interest came a strong friendship, and while immensely saddened by his leaving, we at Aulis are also joyful that we had the privilege of knowing this wonderful man. We will miss him greatly.

Apollo general file A


Apollo 11 file





Hatch Anomalies file


Apollo general file B


Apollo 12 file








Apollo 14 file



All photographs NASA unless otherwise stated
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Images used in banner montage: AS15-82-11056/7, 88-11863, 86-11602


"Jack White's studies of anomalies in the Apollo space program raise the disturbing question, if man went to the Moon, then why was it necessary to fake so many photos? This parallels his earlier work on JFK, which raised a similar question about alleged assassin Lee Oswald, namely, if he really shot JFK, then why was it necessary to fake evidence to frame a guilty man?"

James H. Fetzer PhD
Dr. Fetzer is a Distinguished McKnight Professor at the University of Minnesota, Duluth

Jack White has a BA in journalism, interests in art and history and a solid career in advertising behind him. Having been a professional photographer for over half a century, Jack White is skilled in all aspects of photography, but his speciality is photo analysis. Indeed, Jack White is an expert on the assassination of President John F Kennedy and has served as photographic consultant to the US House Select Committee on Assassinations (HSCA) during the hearings. White has published two videotapes on his photographic studies of the assassination and was also a consultant on the Oliver Stone film JFK.
Not unnaturally, White has been following the Apollo 'did they, didn't they' debate for many years. But it was in 2001, following the Fox TV documentary Did we land on the Moon? that he decided to undertake an in-depth investigation into the lunar EVA images, and found literally hundreds of them to be anomalous, considering the conditions under which they were alleged to have been taken. In other words, if the photographs were supposed to have been taken on the lunar surface – they were faked.