Posts Tagged ‘First Moon’
“NASA’s top official in Russia proposed Tuesday that the U.S. and Russian space agencies join forces to send a manned mission to Mars, RIA-Novosti reported.
NASA official Mark Bowman told an aerospace conference in Moscow that the U.S. and Russian space agencies should lead the project and allow other countries to join to go to Mars by 2030. But to make the joint manned mission to Mars feasible, Russia and the United States need to complete the international space station and send a manned mission to the Moon working together. The Moscow Times 26 August 2009
According to Cosmonaut Mus Manarov on the 1991 Mir Mission: “It happened during a visit mission, when all our attention was focused on the slowly approaching space capsule… It is possible that it was a kind of UFO.”
I have been examining NASA videotape recorded by Jeff Challender in his “What are They Hiding” DVD that shows encounters between UFOs and U.S. and Russian spacecraft. One scene shows the space shuttle just below the Russian space station MIR shown here. Three oval shaped objects approach from the right and two fly slowly past the MIR while a third object slows to a stop and hovers near a solar panel. The objects are too large to be ice crystals and they have their own lights rather than being a reflection from the sun. Alien craft appear to use nano technology techniques to shrink the size of their craft for propulsion through space. A small object would require less energy. There are many accounts of the craft growing in size upon reaching our atmosphere.
India’s first moon satellite, Chandrayaan 1, launched 10 months ago has been mysteriously failed just when it is was about to take images of strange structures on the moon.
On July 22, during an interview on CSPAN’s Washington Journal
Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin mentioned the monolith when he was promoting further exploration of the moon Phobos as well as going to Mars. The question is did extraterrestrial visitors put the monolith there? Aldrin’s statement reinforces comments made by other astronauts that extraterrestrial vehicles were present during at least the first moon landing. It also raises questions such as “who really put the monolith there and how does Aldrin know about it?”
Aldrin’s surprise revelation declared:
“We should go boldly where man has not gone before. Fly by the comets, visit asteroids, visit the moon of Mars. There’s a monolith there. A very unusual structure on this potato shaped object that goes around Mars once in seven hours. When people find out about that, they’re going to say ‘who put that there? The universe put it there. If you choose, God put it there…”
Will NASA attempt to dismiss Aldrin’s comment and lessen the credibility of one of America’s heroes? Or will it finally start to admit the truth it has been hiding about UFOs of extraterrestrial origin? Aldrin’s revelation is likely to create an Internet ‘buzz’ for awhile. So stay alert to more news about Buzz Aldrin’s groundbreaking declaration!
Mars Moon Phobos with Strange Tower
Canada Studies Mission to Mysterious Mars Moon Phobos
Optech Incorporated, the global market leader in the development, manufacture and support of advanced, laser-based survey systems, announced today that is has been selected by the Canadian Space Agency to lead the study of a Canadian-led mission to Phobos, the largest moon of Mars. The proposed Phobos Reconnaissance and International Mars Exploration (“PRIME”) mission was selected from among 12 proposals received by the Canadian Space Agency last year to be the object of a concept and feasibility study.
The focus of the study will be to outline a Canadian-led mission that could rendezvous, study and land on Phobos, one of the solar system’s most mysterious objects. Scientists believe Phobos may hold clues to the origin of Mars and the solar system. Several missions by Russia and other countries have come close to Phobos, but study leader Dr. Robert (Bob) Richards, Director of Optech’s Space Division, thinks that Canada and its international partners have the right stuff to get to the surface and unlock some its mysteries. http://www.spaceref.com/news/www.optech.ca