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USA actually planned to nuke the Moon.

From our Friends at The U.S. military wanted to nuke the Moon to restore America’s technical superiority after the USSR successfully launched Sputnik, the world’s first satellite into space. That accomplishment by the Soviet Union in 1957 shook everyone in the USA. Nobody wanted the USA to be in second place to the USSR. That terrible military plan to fix the country’s reputation was revealed by Alex Wellerstein, a respected historian of nuclear science and technology with the Stevens Institute of Technology. You can learn more in his new book “Restricted Data: The History of Nuclear Secrecy in the United States” which was published in 2021. It’s also significant what USAF Colonel Ross Dedrickson said shortly before his death in 2007. That’s when he revealed the USA had an actual plan (Project A119) to detonate an atomic weapon on the Moon for scientific purposes but the plan was halted by extraterrestrials. Dedrickson was in a position to have access to this information. He served with the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission during that time (1950-1958). Among his duties, he inspected nuclear facilities throughout the country and was responsible for maintaining inventory of all nuclear weapons in the USA. The first Cargo Dragon was launched from the Kennedy Space Center on Sunday, August 29, 2021. It docked with the International Space Station (ISS) the next day. Its technical name is the Dragon CRS-2 SpX-23.

Cargo Dragon is designed to resupply the ISS. It was built by Elon Musk’s SpaceX Corp. under a contract with NASA. Its payload contained 4,316 pounds of crew and vehicle supplies, including 2,306 pounds of supplies for scientific research projects.

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