Here are two very similar questions (and even used the same picture):
- Is this a photo of Margaret Hamilton standing next to Apollo Project code that she wrote?
- Was this pile of code written by a single team of software engineers?
One is closed, one is open. Why?
Below is a copy of the two questions for convenience (since questions get erased from time to time):
The image below is widely circulated on Facebook:
The caption says:
Margaret Hamilton, lead software engineer of the Apollo Project, stands next to the code she wrote by hand and that was used to take humanity to the moon. 
Is it true that:
- The photo depicts Margaret Hamilton
- Margaret Hamilton was the lead software engineer of the Apollo Project
- Depicted is a print-out of the Apollo Project code
- Margaret Hamilton wrote the depicted code by hand
- Margaret Hamilton single-handedly wrote the code
This article reads:
[This is a] picture of her next to the code she and her colleagues wrote for the Apollo 11 guidance computer that made the moon landing possible. [..] To clarify, there are no other kinds of printouts, like debugging printouts, or logs, or what have you, in the picture.
Was this pile of code really written by a single team of software engineers?