For a very long time, human beings have been taught that our moon, the celestial object we’re all so accustomed to seeing overhead, is a dead and barren world devoid of any life whatsoever. According to our space agency (NASA), the Apollo missions of the 60’s and 70’s confirmed that the lunar surface was littered with nothing but useless moon rocks and dust.
Ordinary citizens can’t visit the moon and commercial telescopes, sold in stores, aren’t strong enough to offer contrary visual evidence that would dispute the official claims of our trusted sources.
In 1994, the Clementine spacecraft was sent to the moon to photograph the entire lunar surface. This was a joint venture between the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (U.S. Navy) and NASA. The recorded photographs from that unmanned lunar mission were catalogued and made available as public domain documents. Those images can be accessed at the website, http://www.cmf.nrl.navy.mil/clementine/.
The Clementine project proved to be an overwhelming success according to the Department of the Navy and NASA. The images were considered spectacular and helped the United States military have a much better understanding about many of the surface features of our only satellite.To read the rest of the article, click here.