The strange statement is based on images taken from the moon mission of Apollo 17 of 1972.
In it, astronauts Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt explore the surface of the Moon and finally turn towards the camera.
The reflection of the Sun is visible in its two helmets, but a "researcher" states that everything is not what it seems.
She says: "Here is a screenshot of the images that NASA provided us. Without me adjusting anything, you can clearly see that the Sun is a focus of attention.
"This is not the true Sun, this is a focus in a film studio.
"You can clearly see that it is a light that is supported by some kind of metal casing around the bulb.
"These two are not walking on the moon, if you have a keen eye on the rally, you can see that there is even a person standing there.
"You can see his legs and a dark jacket, it's almost like he's standing with his hands in his pockets."
"This is not the true Sun, this is a focus in a film studio"
Next week will mark the 50th anniversary of the lunar landing mission of the 1969 Apollo 11.
A series of conspiracy theories have also sprung up around him and have harassed NASA ever since.
Some have claimed that the astronauts involved were "beaten" to hide top secret information in NASA programs, despite not having evidence.
One of the most frequent incidents is the death of astronauts Virgil Grissom, Ed White and Roger Chaffee in 1967.
They were killed in a devastating fire on the Apollo launch pad during a simulation.
The Interior of the Command Module caught fire and each of them was asphyxiated, with the source of the fire never determined.
However, there were no signs of foul play.