Why did the United States and Russia not land on the moon for 30 years? What made them give up the mission of manned landing on the moon?

Since the U.S. Apollo 17 spacecraft returned to earth in December 1972 and the U.S. ended the Apollo moon landing program, the U.S. and the Soviet Union have never carried out any manned moon landing missions in more than 30 years.

One view is that all 25 U.S. astronauts flying to the moon have found UFOs on the moon, and the “fear” of powerful alien technology has prompted NASA to give up its manned mission to the moon.

Have all 25 astronauts ever met a lunar UFO?

In 1973, NASA first made public some of the results of its lunar mission. In a secret statement, NASA said all 25 astronauts involved in the Apollo mission had encountered UFOs over the moon.


The former head of the U.S. lunar program, VICH von Browne, said that several Apollo missions were monitored by some mysterious extraterrestrial forces. In 1979, former NASA communications director Maurice chaterlian said it was “normal” for astronauts to meet UFOs over the moon.

“Fear” made the United States and the Soviet Union not land on the moon again for 30 years

According to a conspiracy theory, the sudden termination of all human “manned missions to the moon” 30 years ago is due to the fear of extraterrestrial forces on the moon. Conspiracy theorists believe that the moon is the best platform for alien intelligent creatures to study the earth. It is not too far away from the earth, and one side of the moon always faces the earth, which means that alien creatures can safely live on the other side of the moon.

UFO experts say that there are several alien biological bases on the dark side of the moon. This year, Japanese astronomers photographed several black objects 500 to 1000 meters long on the surface of the moon, which quickly passed through the surface of the moon in a zigzag trajectory.

NASA archives prove that the moon is hollow


Soviet scientists Alexander tchaibakov and mikai vassin even thought that the moon was “hollow”. They thought that the moon was a star modified by some intelligent creature.

A NASA declassified file shows that the moon may be “hollow” to some extent: in April 1970, the liquid oxygen tank in the service module of Apollo 13 spacecraft suddenly overheated and exploded, then a 15 ton rocket metal part fell to the surface of the moon, and the seismograph set on the moon recorded a three hour shock afterwave. If the moon is solid, the sound can only last about a minute.

Rare metals lead to renewed enthusiasm for lunar exploration

Although there are many mysteries on the moon, there are also many precious rare metals on the moon, which makes it difficult for human beings to restrain the desire to explore the moon. The moon is full of tungsten, titanium, aluminum, magnesium and other rare metals rare on earth.


In addition, the moon is also rich in helium-3 isotope, which is a very expensive product on earth. Helium-3 isotope is the perfect element for future energy industry. Scientists say that with the help of helium reactor, human beings can even carry out interstellar travel. Therefore, it is not difficult to explain that after more than 30 years of silence, driven by long-term interests and scientific prospects, all countries in the world have rekindled their enthusiasm to explore the moon.

Asteroid kisses earth on April 13, 2029

American astronomers recently announced that an asteroid with a diameter of 400 meters may collide with the earth’s surface one day in 20 years’ time, thus endangering all life on the earth.

After observation, astronomers from many countries in the world believe that this object, known as “Apophis”, will pass the earth on April 13, 2029, just as the American astronomers said. The distance between it and the earth is only 1 / 10 of the distance between the earth and the moon. Europe, Africa and Western Asia are the most likely places for “Apophis” to collide.

Now, astronomers all over the world are recording the planet’s orbit and the progress of its approach to the earth in detail to determine whether it has a chance of hitting the earth.


Records show that “Apophis” will begin to enter the orbit near the sun between 2007 and 2012. Once “Apophis” enters this orbital region, astronomers will not be able to observe its track and motion normally.

To this end, the world’s astronomers recently discussed together to plan a free space mission to install a radio transmitter for “Apophis” by 2013 or 2014.

Astronomers will be able to track and observe the asteroid more accurately and effectively, so as to make more accurate judgments. NASA experts also plan to send a nuclear rocket at an appropriate time to destroy or substantially change the orbit of Apophis.

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