Consider this passage from Apollo Moon Landings:
There are two main points those who promote the hoax claims raise about the shadows in the Apollo images. Firstly, the shadows seem to point in different directions. Secondly, the astronauts seem well lit at times when they should be in shadow. Both these arguments suggest that artificial lighting was used and therefore the pictures were taken in a studio on Earth. (5.1)
The passage contains three simple arguments. One of them was Exercise 1.1. Identify another different simple argument, and create an argument map of it.
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