Tom Moser had no idea his top-secret project for the Apollo 11 lunar landing would be used by conspiracy theorists.
Moser, a young engineer at the Johnson Space Center in 1969, was tasked with figuring out how to fly a U.S. flag on the moon during the historic mission 40 years ago.
The success of the project depended on a small team or engineers -- and it had to be finished quickly.
Moser is now retired, but he remembers the mandate.
"Someone in Congress said, 'Make it happen,'" he...Full Story