As soon as Thomas Kingsley went out of the room, Chris Stephen sat down on the sofa and began to examine the photo. He felt the photo could be a fake but he still had to gather enough evidence. He looked at the photograph for several hours. Taking out his magnifying glass, he zoomed the picture and it made it easier to search for clues. Then suddenly he found something which was the key to the case. But he wanted to conclude the case in front of Thomas, so he waited for him. Thomas Kingsley arrived at the room of Stephen. He asked, "Well, what you make of this case?" "Mr. Kingsley, I conclude that the case is solved.” said Stephen. "Well, is that photo real or a fake?" "It is a fake photo. What I observed was that there were no stars in the background. This is impossible. When on the lunar surface, stars should be seen clearly, so this was the first mistake. The second mistake was the most important. The flag was fluttering while the astronaut saluted it. This should not happen as there is no wind or air to move the flag, but I have researched that astronauts attach a rod on the upper part of the mast of the flag. This makes the flag to "levitate" but when I observed closely, I saw that there was no rod attached to the pole of the flag, thus this will be impossible for a flag to "flutter" without any rod on the pole, out on the surface of the moon, where there is no wind. So, I can say that the flag in this photo was fluttering because it was receiving some sort of wind power from a device which was not in the photo." explained Stephen. "Thank you Mr. Stephen. Now I have solid proof to show my "astronaut" friend that your photo was just a big fake, some kind of prank." said Thomas Kingsley. "Elementary, my friend" said Chris Stephen.