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Declassified documents: US nuclear tests on the Moon


Declassified documents: US nuclear tests on the Moon

According to declassified documents related to the Apollo 11 mission, the US Government had a lot of plans of the moon, and some of them were not as scientific as we believed. According to documents, the US government intended to use the Moon as a center for space espionage and as a test range for nuclear weapons. During the cold war, it was of extreme importance to demonstrate military might, and what's better than to show of our nukes on the moon? Right?



No one knew about Project A119 as it was secret up until the mid-1990s, when writer Keay Davidson, who was writing a biography on Carl Sagan discovered intel regrind this secret operation on the moon.

People worldwide were introduced to Project A119 aka “A Study of Lunar Research Flights” thanks to access to declassified documents regarding ‘Project A119′, which was run by the United States Air Force. The purpose of Project A119 was the militarization of the Moon during the Cold War.

By 1959, Italian physicist Leonard Reiffel, who specialized in nuclear physics and his colleague Enrico Fermi were invited to participate in the ‘Project A119′ by the United States government. By then, both the Nevada sky and New Mexico soil, were already shaken on a weekly basis by nuclear explosions in the atmosphere.


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