NASA kept it the secret for 50 years: cities on the moon recorded in 1968 during the Syn 25 mission

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NASA kept it the secret for 50 years: cities on the moon recorded in 1968 during the Syn 25 mission

Today we focused on the moon! Why, is something prepared about this?
Today I read about the 1968 Apollo mission, many skeptical comments about this event. What I do not understand from this story, why after 51 years I have not made any progress.

I suspect the astronauts dreamed that people in the 2000s would travel this month from Paris to New York. Dreams that we hope for today. Dreams that we hope for today.

NASA kept it the secret for 50 years: cities on the moon recorded in 1968 during the Syn 25 mission 1

Here is a video recorded by NASA 1968, exactly one year before the trip to the Apollo Moon mission. The video leaked in January 2016 on DeepWeb and went viral on the global network.

Presumably, it belonged to a secret mission carried out by NASA called “Syn 25”.

What we can see are amazing cities on the dark side of the moon. These cities were built by humans sponsored by the T SOS corporation. Inc and NASA from 1965 to 1968.

NASA kept it secret

Take a look at the following video that was filmed by astronauts who returned to Earth, and feel free to share any of your personal opinions with us.

NASA kept it secret!!!

VIDEO:

NASA kept it a secret for 50 years: cities on the moon recorded in 1968 during the Syn 25 mission

Beyond any skepticism, I look at each and every month with the same pleasure, hoping that someday I will understand.

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According to informant Edward Goldstein, Nasa hopes that people will be able to live on the moon, which would also speed up the exploration of Mars.

Nasa was founded in connection with the Cold War when the struggle to be first in space took off. Under President John F. Kennedy’s leadership in the 1960s, the United States began the question with the goal of reaching the moon.

NASA’s Apollo program led to many manned tours and in 1969 the first historical steps on the moon were taken by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.

NASA’s space dance has also included setbacks – in 1986, seven astronauts perished when the space shuttle Challenger exploded shortly after takeoff.
(By Rabbe Nilsson)

 

Originally posted 2020-01-31 14:59:42.

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