Official community answer regarding the reality of the Apollo moon landings here:
Overall voting, on both our questions here in Meta on how to handle our steady trickle of questions regarding supposed evidence we never went to the Moon, seem to show that as a community we'd prefer to handle such questions by having one question and answer that properly addresses the whole thing, and then we could close all related questions as duplicates. Other opinions have been offered, but that seems to be the majority stance.
Those questions are the recent Does the community spend too much time on debunking conspiracy theories?, and the older Do we want to touch the “moon hoax”?
However, posting such a thing in a way that is acceptable to our community is a delicate business. Arguments that the matter is too broad for our format are legitimate. I come down on the side of the fence that the issue is important enough that it should stand as a question anyhow, for the sake of doing the best service possible both to our own community and the sadly large community of moon hoax believers, misguided though they may be. I guess that stance also covers all the other arguments about the unsavory nature of wading into this.
In recognition of the controversial and delicate nature of this, I'm going to post an initial draft of such a question, and make it a community wiki so we can work on it until we are satisfied. Then we can post it on SX.SE. Called2voyage suggested that approach, and I agree. He suggests doing the same thing with the answer to the question, and then when we have both question and answer, they can be posted together quickly.
Because frankly, the reason why this hasn't happened already is because we all know that conspiracy theory questions get downvoted out of existence around here usually within minutes. Feelings about it run high. Posting such a question for the sake of trying to handle it properly will almost certainly attract downvotes as the wider community who don't usually come to Meta weigh in on the matter. The comment thread is going to get long, and so on and so forth.
Quite possibly the only way to do this successfully is to make sure there is an answer to the question that will satisfy our members before they downvote it on general principle.
Ok, here goes...