Why doesn't the AOA affect the stall speed?
With the higher AOA, the wing can geneate more lift if the airspeed is the same. That means when the AOA is higher, the wing need lower airspeed to generate the same lift as the AOA is low. Conversely, we need more airspeed to gain the same lift if the AOA is lower. The stall ocour when the lift is smaller than the gravity. When the AOA is higher, I think we need lower airspped to generate the lift which is eaqual the gravity. The stall speed should be lower. But why doesn't the AOA affect the stall speed?