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Dark Moon eBook

Why is it so hard for NASA to get to the Moon 45 years after Apollo?

Re-Entry Matters Towards A Moon base Virgin Galactic
Earth Photos from the Moon: Anomalies Nvidia Sat V Design Flaws Apollo Questions
Prof Brian Cox A Moon Base? Illusory Apollo Apollo Mountains meters away
Saturn V Underpowered
Lighting Used on the Moon Saturn V Jack White's Apollo Studies Exposing Apollo Faked Images

Ellen Stofan
Dr Ellen Stofan
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“NASA’s focus now is on sending humans beyond low-Earth orbit to Mars… We are trying to develop the technologies to get there, it is actually a huge technological challenge. There are a couple of really big issues. For one thing – Radiation. Once you get outside the Earth’s magnetic field we are going to be exposing the astronauts to not just radiation coming from the Sun, but also to cosmic radiation. That's a higher dose than we think humans right now should really get.”
Dr Ellen Stofan, Chief Scientist, NASA, and principal advisor
to NASA Administrator
– BBC Newsnight interview, November 2014

“Radiation surely must be the showstopper preventing mankind’s exploration of
the Universe.”
Professor Clive Dyer, MA (Cantab.), PhD (Lond.), DIC., June 1997
Clive Dyer has worked in space and radiation research for more than 40 years,
authoring more than 200 publications in the field.

What Happened on the Moon?
"The case against the Moon landings gets better every day.” Prof Sterling Harwood, J.D., Ph.D

Two-Thirds eBook
The book outlines the role and importance of magnetic shields for protection in space, as well as artificial gravity generation in spacecraft carrying human beings to counter the adverse health effects of weightlessness, vital for the long-term reduction of muscle loss and bone depletion.
Such matters are only now being seriously explored by space agencies intent on reaching Mars.

This book is even more relevant today than when originally published in 1993.
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