'Apollo to the Moon' No More: Air and Space Museum Closes Gallery | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


'Apollo to the Moon' No More: Air and Space Museum Closes Gallery

For more than 40 years, the "Apollo to the Moon" gallery at the National Air and Space Museum has provided millions of visitors a close-up look at some of the key artifacts from humanity's first visit to another world.

On Monday (Dec. 3), the gallery will close forever.

"This was one of the original galleries built for the museum in 1976," explained curator Michael Neufeld, during a tour of "Apollo to the Moon" streamed live on Facebook from the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. on Friday (Nov. 30). "It has many key artifacts that are great to look at and will be coming back, eventually."

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No surprise.

Reddit_is_Hasbara

The Jews in charge want to erase the previous history that was spearheaded by GERMAN scientists and that filled Mission Control with nothing but heterosexual White males.

In the future, look to where Mission Control is manned by a rainbow coalition of "engineers" sitting before dummy monitor screens while the only visible White male is sweeping the floor and emptying trash cans.

so

z00mcopterdown

we are to believe this was the highest achievement in human history, to set foot on another celestial body, and ..... they've lost all the tapes, and on purpose destroyed the last AMPEX machine able to read any o the tapes if found.....

yeah....

I recall the Orion Spacecraft's little brief, where the "NASA engineer" said: we must first learn how to deal with this deadly radiation (Van Allen Belts), before we can send humans through them..... this dude never gave interview again, most obviously.

The funny thing is that outside the USA, if you ask anyone about our manned missions to the moon, 90% says: they were faked....

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