Stephen Curry Apologizes to Astronaut Scott Kelly After Questioning Moon Landing Conspiracy

Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry apologized to NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly during an Instagram Live story on Saturday after saying he didn't believe in the moon landing. Curry said on a podcast earlier this week that he didn't think man had ever landed on the moon, a popular conspiracy theory. NASA's moon landing in 1969 successfully sent the first man to walk on the moon. He later said he was only joking—but not before NASA responded by inviting the basketball player to headquarters in Houston Texas to view moon rocks in person. The Sacramento Kings seized the moment and had fun at Curry's expense, playing a clip from the moon landing and the children’s song “Zoom, Zoom, Zoom, We’re Going to the Moon” while announcing the Warriors starting lineup on Friday.