Is That Why They Didn’t Return to the Moon After the Apollo Missions?
Now after 50 years something has changed and with its Artemis program NASA is preparing to return and land astronauts on the moon again in 2025. As NASA claims, they are returning to the moon for scientific discoveries, economic benefits and inspiration for a new generation of explorers and we may wonder what these discoveries could be, perhaps the man-made structures and (alien) objects already reported by the Apollo crews but hidden from the public for over 50 years?
Neil Armstrong said look you know if I went ahead and talked about what really happened I would be in trouble. Neil Armstrong told us that he, his wife, his children and his grandchildren would all be killed. That they would kill them somehow. Some terrible accident. And he says I’m not going to talk about it.
Here is an extract from the original press release. NASA scientists and engineers who participated in the exploration of Mars and the Moon reported the results of their discoveries in a briefing to the Washington National Press Club on March 21, 1996. It was the first announcement that man-made structures and objects had been discovered on the moon.
Scientists have spoken cautiously and evasively about these objects, with the exception of one UFO. They always mentioned that man-made objects are possible and stated that the information was still under study and official results would be published later.
It was mentioned in a report that the Soviet Union had some photographic materials that proved the presence of such activity on the moon and, although it was not identified what type of activity, there were thousands of Apollo photo and video materials. And also the Clementine Space Station showed many places on the lunar surface where this activity and its traces were perfectly evident.
The videos and photos taken by us astronauts during the Apollo program were demonstrated in the report. People were extremely surprised that the materials were not presented to the public earlier by NASA experts.