Please register to participate in our discussions with 1.5 million other members - it's free and quick! I also think that one of the reasons for the depressions is Buzz saw how close Russia was to the US.
The interesting thing is an analysis of meteor impact density on the ancient city and the ship apparently revealed that both the city and the ship must been there for about 1.5 billion of years!
The Mahabharata describes "two storey sky chariots with many windows, ejecting red flame, that race up into the sky until they look like comets . 15 - BABYLON: The Epic of Etana (4,700 years old) supplies us with very accurate descriptions of the earth's surface from progressive altitudes - descriptions which were not verified in our own era until the high-altitude aerial flights of the 1950s and the first space shots of the 1960s. The description of this ancient space flight depicts exactly what happens when man leaves the earth (the concept of the round earth which becomes small, due to perspective as distance increases, and changes into particular colors). 17 - YUNNAN PROVINCE CHINA Engravings of cylindrical rocket like machines, which are shown climbing skyward, were discovered on a pyramid which suddenly emerged from the floor of Lake Kun-Ming during an earthquake.
The technical problems I speak of have nothing to do with whether or not we went to the moon.
Once the rocket was assembled, then it would have to be stacked on the launch pad, where it would sit for days (if not weeks) in full view of not only military personnel and DoD civilians, but also just plain old civilians. Even if they could have covered it somehow and none of the civilians in the area questioned the gigantic new facilities, the launch itself could not have been missed. Additionally, launches at Vandenberg are EXCLUSIVELY those that go into polar orbits, highly eccentric orbits (aka Molniya orbits - polar as well) or missile tests toward the Pacific Ocean. United Launch Alliance has successfully launched Delta 4 rocket with classified NROL-45 payload for the US National Reconnaissance Office.
RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. The massive KH-9 Hexagon spy satellite on display at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center, after being declassified on Sept. The vintage National Reconnaissance Office satellites were displayed to the public Saturday in a one-day-only exhibit at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles Airport, Va. This National Reconnaissance Office released graphic depicts the huge HEXAGON spy satellite, a Cold War era surveillance craft that flew reconnaissance missions from 1971 to 1986. Phil Pressel, one of the developers of the KH-9 Hexagon's panoramic camera system, proudly points out some of the spacecraft's once highly-classified features, a life's work that he had been unable to discuss publicly until the NRO's Sept.
According to documents released by the NRO, each HEXAGON satellite mission lasted about 124 days, with the satellite launching four film return capsules that could send its photos back to Earth. In a fascinating footnote, the film bucket from the first KH-9 HEXAGON sank to the bottom of the Pacific Ocean in spring 1972 after Air Force recovery aircraft failed to snag the bucket's parachute.
The film inside the protective bucket reported contained high resolution photographs of the Soviet Union's submarine bases and missile silos. Former International Space Station flight controller Rob Landis, now technical manager in the advanced projects office at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, drove more than three hours to see the veil lifted from these legendary spacecraft. Landis, who also worked on NASA's Hubble Space Telescope program, noticed some distinct similarities between Hubble and the huge KH-9 HEXAGON reconnaissance satellite.
The NRO launched 20 KH-9 HEXAGON satellites from California's Vandenberg AFB from June 1971 to April 1986.

A side view of a KH-7 GAMBIT spy satellite on display at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's Udvar-Hazy Center at Dulles Airport, Va., on Sept.
Before the first HEXAGON spy satellite systems ever launched, the NRO's GAMBIT series of reconnaissance craft flew several space missions aimed at providing surveillance over specific targets around the world. The GAMBIT 1 series satellite has a resolution similar to the HEXAGON series, about 2 to 3 feet, but the follow-up GAMBIT 3 system had an improved resolution of better than 2 feet, NRO documents reveal. Unlike the follow-up HEXAGON satellites, the GAMBIT series were designed for extremely short missions. Like the CORONA and HEXAGON programs, the GAMBIT series of satellites returned their film to Earth in re-entry capsules that were then snatched up by recovery aircraft. This image shows the flight profile for the NRO's GAMBIT 3 spy satellite missions between 1966 and 1984.
NASA's Rob Landis was both blunt and philosophical in his emotions over the declassification of the GAMBIT and HEXAGON programs.
You come up with such logical and insightful stuff as this, and yet you're a vigorous and vocal Christian! On the helmets are representations of something like slit-type glasses, breath -filters, antennae, hearing aids and even night-sight devices.
At the alledged time, Vandenberg did not (and still does not) have the facilities needed to launch a Saturn V (vehicle assembly building, launch pad, tower, gantry, etc).
The three spacecraft were the centerpiece of the NRO's invitation-only, 50th Anniversary Gala celebration held at the center last evening.
The satellites had a resolution of about 2 to 3 feet (0.6 to nearly 1 meter), according to the NRO.
An aircraft would catch the return capsule in mid-air by snagging its parachute following the canister's re-entry.
A second GAMBIT satellite system, which first launched aboard GAMBIT 3 in 1966, included a175-inch focal length camera. The GAMBIT 3 satellite was the same width but longer, stretching nearly 29 feet (9 m) long, not counting its Agena D rocket upper stage. A total of 38 missions were launched, though 10 of them were deemed failures, according to NRO documents. GAMBIT 1 carried about 3,000 feet (914 meters) of film, while GAMBIT 3 was packed with 12,241 feet (3,731 meters) of film, NRO records show. 19 to correct the name of Phil Pressel, who designed the HEXAGON spy satellite camera system. The more detailed photos which clearly show a ship up close were taken from a secret Apollo mission in the mid 1970s. My guess is that the ancient ruins were built by humans or a form of humans in the distant past.
What they do is release accurate information through questionable sources and make people believe its a hoax.
The scheduled flight for Apollo 20 was cancelled, meaning it could not have taken those images.
It's been reported that some launches with much smaller rockets from Vandenberg AFB have been seen as far away as Phoenix, Arizona.

Not to mention safety laws concerning launch overflights of populated areas of the United States, it requires significantly more fuel to launch into an equatorial orbit from California than from Florida. To get the pictures at the resolution shown, the Command and Service module would have had to orbit very low indeed.
ULA is a partnership between Lockheed Martin Space Systems and Boeing Defense, Space and Security.
Longer than a school bus at 60 feet in length and weighing 30,000 pounds at launch, 20 KH-9 Hexagons were launched by the National Reconnaissance Office between 1971 and 1986. Navy's Deep Submergence Vehicle Trieste II succeeded in grasping the bucket from a depth of 3 miles below the ocean.
You can clearly see a helicopter, two airplanes and a cigar shaped craft that looks a lot like what we see on the moon images. In those days in particular, launch pads were designed exclusively for the type of rocket in question. It would have been seen and been instantly recognizable by ANYONE who had paid even the smallest attention to news coverage of the previous Apollo missions. A Saturn V would not have launched from Vandenberg because of the fuel requirements, if nothing else (which there are other reasons). Apollo missions orbited between 60 and 70 miles above the lunar surface because of the Moon's gravity.
Millions and millions of years can very easily erase evidence of such a civilization on Earth. It was not until the advent of the Delta IV and the Atlas V rockets in the current decade that reusable, multiple platform pads came ito being.
All the facilities needed for a Saturn V would have had to been built and would not have been missed.
Lastly, Apollo missions did not begin in polar earth orbits due to the physics of getting to the moon.
But its also not hard to believe that meteorites and things of that nature would put holes in a ship. Some could argue that because of those so called technical problems we never went to the moon in the first place.
The former manager of the Data and Photo Control Department at NASA’s Lunar Receiving Laboratory during the manned Apollo Lunar Program, Ken Johnston, has released quite a number of sensational statements recently.
I dont now about you but the object in NASA's official image looks just like the close up images of the craft. Astronauts took pictures of the objects that they found, but NASA ordered Johnston to destroy the images.

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