NUKE the Moon! Secret space plan of the US Govt against UFO threat revealed | Photos

NUKE the Moon! Secret space plan of the US Govt against UFO threat revealed

A recent discovery of untested proposals by the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program revealed the US Government’s plan to send nuclear weapons to the moon as part of its secret UFO Program.

By: SHAURYA TOMER
| Updated on: Apr 22 2022, 12:23 IST
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The plan to nuke the moon never materialized. If it did, it would have involved blasting the lunar crust and mantle using thermonuclear weapons. According to the documents examined by Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program officials, the mission’s objective was to look for “extremely lightweight metals”. (NASA)
1/5 The plan to nuke the moon never materialized. If it did, it would have involved blasting the lunar crust and mantle using thermonuclear weapons. According to the documents examined by Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program officials, the mission’s objective was to look for “extremely lightweight metals”. (NASA)
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Reports claim Creating a tunnel in the moon would’ve helped examine if a negative mass existed. To shatter lunar rocks, “explosive lens” would have been required and the tunnel’s construction would have been done using ceramic. (NASA)
2/5 Reports claim Creating a tunnel in the moon would’ve helped examine if a negative mass existed. To shatter lunar rocks, “explosive lens” would have been required and the tunnel’s construction would have been done using ceramic. (NASA)
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Officials said “Making a tunnel through the moon, provided there is a good supply of negative mass, could revolutionize interstellar space flight.” Researchers say the negative matter formed a material that was as strong as steel but 100,000 times lighter and it could be used to build spacecraft. This spacecraft would have required much less energy for space travel. (AFP)
3/5 Officials said “Making a tunnel through the moon, provided there is a good supply of negative mass, could revolutionize interstellar space flight.” Researchers say the negative matter formed a material that was as strong as steel but 100,000 times lighter and it could be used to build spacecraft. This spacecraft would have required much less energy for space travel. (AFP)
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According to The Sun, this is not the first time the US has considered bombing the Moon with nuclear weapons. A top-secret project, termed Project A119, was drawn up amid the Cold War to gain advantage in the Space Race. (NASA)
4/5 According to The Sun, this is not the first time the US has considered bombing the Moon with nuclear weapons. A top-secret project, termed Project A119, was drawn up amid the Cold War to gain advantage in the Space Race. (NASA)

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Moon
The US would have risked a war if it had gone ahead with its plans to nuke the moon. There are also claims that US Department of Defense officials considered development of cloaking technology as well as hyperspace travel. The documents containing this information were released to The Sun after a Freedom of Information Act request in December 2017. (NASA)
5/5 The US would have risked a war if it had gone ahead with its plans to nuke the moon. There are also claims that US Department of Defense officials considered development of cloaking technology as well as hyperspace travel. The documents containing this information were released to The Sun after a Freedom of Information Act request in December 2017. (NASA)
First Published Date: 22 Apr, 12:23 IST
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