"When your evidence no longer supports your theory it is time to rethink your theory".
I bet the notion of planets, stars etc beyond Bible literalist* thinking was a 'theory':
...I emphasise was. That day in 1957. Vostok 1 vehicle. Sputnik-1. Everything changed after that. Including you lot being forced to move the goalposts, when every single gap was filled by subsequent space missions; Laika, Yuri Gagarin, Valentina Tereshkova. Alexey Leonov. 'Ham'. Which brings me to...:
"If we die we want people to accept it. We are in a risky business, and we hope that if anything happens to us, it will not delay the program. The conquest of space is worth the risk of life. Our God-given curiosity will force us to go there ourselves because in the final analysis, only man can fully evaluate the moon in terms understandable to other men."
-On the dangers and importance of the mission of going to the moon in "Gemini : A Personal Account of Man's Venture Into Space" (1968) by Virgil I. Grissom
(From Wiki link):
'Grissom took summer classes to finish early and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1950.
Not taking into account the previous Soviet destruction of your precious 'beliefs' to the contrary, I think Gus Grissom further vapourises your 'argument' as surely as if it'd been tied up underneath the main engines of the Mercury mission vehicle he'd been in on that day when he went further, higher and faster than any other pilot. [/"The Right Stuff"]
Virgil I. 'Gus' Grissom was not a space scientist.
You're no Yeager, 'Chuck'. You're no scientist, neither. You've 'screwed the pooch' there, boy!
*-(On the Moon Landing):
'It is a magnificent testimony to the evolution of humankind'
-Dr. Buzz Aldrin, a Presbyterian Christian, who performed the first religious ceremony (Soon after landing the LEM 'Eagle') on another world.
He's a space scientist - and a Christian - who has a rather unique worldview: which has absolutely no problem with the Big Bang, how our planet, and it's Moon was formed, and Evolution; one which tallies with scientific fact, and he can fully reconcile with his Christian faith too. The Protestant Church of England certainly can; they admit that much of the Bible - including Genesis - is nothing more than fable & metaphor:
And as the C-of-E acknowledge that (their trainee to join the C-of-E's clergy in his early years) - from his discoveries to his death - he was an Agnostic, I'm afraid the above forces you to do some explaining.
There's your 'theory' about Darwin - as well as 'Cre(a)ti(o)nism' as a whole - blown up on the launch pad like the pre-manned Mercury mission vehicles, 'Chuck'.