Ancient Alien ruins on the Moon? Is it possible? The Moon/Mars Connection uses NASA's own data to make a compelling scientific case for the existence of ancient alien artifacts on the earth's nearest neighbor in the Solar System. As no one has done before, Hoagland uses state-of-the-art computer image processing and other analytical techniques to take the viewer into an extraordinary world of possible gigantic structures where NASA says there are none. Have some officials within the U.S. Government, for over 30 years, been hiding the truth? The Moon/ Mars Connection opens the mind to these amazing possibilities.
THE REAL STORY OF ELENIN AND NASA'S ASTONISHING VISIT TO VESTA
Beginning with a personal account of his experience with overt NASA space programs, Richard Hoagland asks what the future holds for NASA in light of its recent visit to the largest body in the asteroid belt - Vesta, and the astounding discoveries that are perplexing mission scientists at NASA and JPL. And then there is comet Elenin - the comet that may not be a comet - if NASA's data is to be believed... And just why does there appear to be a disinformation campaign at work to instill fear from this - according to the NASA data - a one-of-a-kind object? Could Elenin really be a message from our distant past?
Richard C Hoagland presented "The REAL Story of Elenin ... NASA's Astonishing Visit to Vesta ... and the Secret Space Program" at the 3rd Annual British Exopolitics Expo at the University of Leeds.
Richard C. Hoagland is a former museum space science Curator; a former NASA Consultant; and, during the historic Apollo Missions to the Moon, was science advisor to Walter Cronkite and CBS News. In the mid-1960's, at the age of 19 (possibly "the youngest museum curator in the country at the time"), Hoagland created his first elaborate commemorative event -- around NASA's first historic unmanned fly-by of the planet Mars, Mariner 4. A simultaneous all-night, transcontinental radio program the evening of the Encounter (linking the museum in Springfield, Mass., and NASA's JPL control center, in Pasadena, Ca.), co-produced by Hoagland and WTIC-Radio, in Hartford, Ct., was subsequently nominated for a Peabody Award, one of journalism's most prestigious.