Is China "exposing" America's Moon secret?
The official website of Chinese lunar exploration program (CLEP) recently(08/12/09) cited an article discussing the possibility of the secret mission
conducted by America's Apollo 20 lunar mission, titled "Did the Apollo 20 find the wreckage of a gigantic spaceship on the Moon?"
Cited images by the article,
I find it interesting that the Chinese government branch for lunar mission is actually interested in some conspiracy story likely found on website
such as ATS, but now its found apparently not only on ATS.
What this demonstrates i believe is that the Chinese know that something "artificial" exist on the moon after their first lunar orbiter Chang'e 1
finished surveying the moon.
This is the only logical explanation for the puzzle why should a genuine government branch like the CLEP be bothered to have this "conspiracy crap"
on their website at all?
But this is not the only interesting "anomalies" i notice from the Chinese.
Shortly after the 60th anniversary of the founding of PRC, the PLAAF celebrated its own 60th anniversary on 6th november during which the commander of
the PLAAF Xu Qiliang made a speech to audiences including foreign military guests in which the following speech is particularly interesting to me
"The story of Chang'e is well-known to the Chinese, for thousands of years the Chinese have celebrated the Moon Festival during which they wish for
peace and prosperity. I think if Armstrong knew this story, he would possibly pay a visit to the Moon palace"
Now, maybe the general is just acting lunatic in assuming the possibility of the existence of such "moon palace" of which supposedly exists only in
traditional myth. But how can a real astronaut visit some fictional "moon palace" ? unless the "palace" is real.
As far im concerned the CLEP is acting exactly the same when their website takes some "spaceship wreckage on the moon conspiracy crap" to the
Unless, they do believe that something "artificial" can be found on the moon. And the "anomalies" only poped up after their Chang'e 1 orbiter
completed its mission.
for reference, here's Xu's speech (in Chinese)
[edit on 12-12-2009 by sunsky]