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2022-09-03 Atremis 2nd Attempt - Richard C. Hoagland

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"T-30 minutes ... and counting ...."

This afternoon (as this is being written ...), at 2:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time, NASA is going to try again -- for the second time this week -- to launch the first unmanned mission of the official successor to the fabled half-century-old Apollo Lunar Landing Program:


The new Program's "Space Launch System" carrier rocket, and its soon-to-be crewed state-of-the-art interplanetary human spacecraft -- named fittingly "Orion" -- is planned to fly a rigorous, six-week "wring out all the systems" orbital mission to and from the Moon ....

The successful launch of Artemis-I -- named deliberately in honor of the ancient Greek "goddess of the Moon," twin sister of Apollo -- will mark not only the beginning of NASA's successor Program to Apollo ... it will mark the opening of an unprecedented Opportunity:

For NASA -- after over a half-century of Silence -- to finally show Humanity, via Artemis-I's cutting-edge digital array of High Definition cameras -- what is REALLY on the Moon ....

The stunning, planet-wide "crystalline remains" of an ancient "god-like" ET civilization -- that once literally reshaped (!) ... then occupied ... a VERY different "ancient solar system!"

Join us then ... for Part II of "Artemis' Return to the Moon" -- and more, too-long-suppressed official stunning lunar images ... of what's REALLY "waiting on the Moon ...."

Richard C. Hoagland

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