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Will Indian moon probe blow the conspiracy?

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posted on Mar, 3 2006 @ 10:46 AM
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India is set to launch a moon probe with sophisticated cameras and mappers on board early 2007.
Will it blow the lid off the conspiracy of keeping alien moon cities, especially on the dark side of the moon, secret from the public?
Or are the Indians too part of the conspiracy to keep this secret?
Interesting. Keep your fingers crossed!!


P.S. Wonder if such 'cities' actually exist?

[edit on 3-3-2006 by mikesingh]




posted on Mar, 3 2006 @ 11:33 AM
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err and why do you think the USA has taken the time to get all pally with India? Oh no, maybe because Indias going to the moon... so if we support tem and their nuclear program, maybe they will keep the lid on their little games?!

As for the mass of sightings of triangle UFO's over the last two years, well, it all starts to add up doesn't it? India / Nukes/Moon/ Triangle UFO's... a classic cover up in the making from the good old USA.



posted on Mar, 3 2006 @ 06:19 PM
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If the yanks haven't already got their fingers into the mission, perhaps the flight could finally pin down for us whether or not the 1969 moon mission was faked, as we can not seem to do that with the multi-billion dollar, U.S. funded orbiting telescope that can take hi-res photographs of universes hundreds of light years away.



posted on Mar, 3 2006 @ 09:28 PM
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hahaha yeah the mighty hubble scope... ROFL.

We are getting screwed left right and center on this moon business. Remeber when the Japs with hyabusi probe went to the moon? neared the dark side and got shot down...rofl. Got to love the yanks though for sheer cheek. "Play ball and youll get your probe back. Don't and it gets screwed big time"



posted on Mar, 6 2006 @ 05:38 PM
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we can not seem to do that with the multi-billion dollar, U.S. funded orbiting telescope that can take hi-res photographs of universes hundreds of light years away

It's because they're hundreds of light years away that the Hubble can take pictures of them. The Moon is a bit too close and too bright for the Hubble to handle.

Face it. We went to the Moon, we didn't find anything but a lot of rocks, people got bored and started complaining, and Nixon cut the program because he needed something to cut in the budget and the Moon trip was always a big Kennedy program, and he didn't exactly like Kennedy. And that's pretty much the end of the whole boring story. It would be a lot more fun and interesting if there were some conspiracies involved. But, no...

[edit on 6-3-2006 by Enkidu]





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