Obviously I don't think he went on his own, it's just that the only reason people say "Von Braun went to Antarctica" instead of "some employees of NASA went" is that they think his name will help convince more people of their conspiracy when his presence wouldn't have been any use in finding Lunar meteorites, why even send him if that's what they went for? Why announce the expedition if they're there to help a secret conspiracy?>Yes because how many geologists, particularly in the 60s, went to Antarctica to sample rocks?
Exactly my point, such a geologist doesn't exist, that's the point.
How the fuck did NASA know that lunar meteorites could be found there when the first one wasn't found until 1979? It wasn't identified as a moon rock until 1982, which they achieved by comparing it to the only rocks they knew for sure came from the Moon, the Apollo moon rocks.
You must realise the entire conspiracy relies on the fact that NASA somehow got ahold of nearly 400kg of rocks that geologists agree must have come from the Moon (I said 200kg before from memory but I just looked it up).
The conspiracy standard is that when NASA sent their Antarctica expedition they collected the rocks there since Antarctica is a good place to look for Lunar meteorites, but how plausible is this?
Somehow some geologist knew 10 years before anyone else that Lunar meteorites could be found in Antarctica and this geologist didn't tell anyone but NASA.
This geologist would have had to have found a way of identifying that this rock definitely came from the Moon (not just a meteorite or rare unique terrestrial rock but specifically a Moon rock) without comparing it to a sample of known Moon rock.
Additionally, this expedition somehow acquired 400kg of Moon rocks. It's been 36 years since the world learned about Lunar meteorites and in those 36 years a grand total of 190kg have been found, mostly not in Antarctica but in deserts in North Africa.
So how did NASA get theirs?