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  • #REDIRECT [[Moon (Earth)]]
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  • The '''Moon''', '''Earth's Moon''', which has the latin name '''Luna'''. Is the Earth's only satellite, but ...he sky and its regular cycle of phases have, since ancient times, made the Moon an important cultural influence on language, calendars, art, and mythology.
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  • * Desom's moon is four times larger than our moon. * Desom's moon will rush into the system's giant star in 3200 years time.
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  • #REDIRECT [[Moon (Earth)]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Moon (Earth)]]
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  • * The giant moon of these sister planets is nearly 520 times larger than the [[Earth]].
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  • ...escribes the knowledge [ FIGU] members had of the faked Moon landings and the risk from covert government or military agents that public ...article prior to this one for greater clarity on the facts surrounding the Moon landings.
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  • the entire night sky, and it covers a mere 1/30th the area of the full moon. The fact that at least 1500 galaxies could be photographically captured, i
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  • ...pinion that a swindle is completely impossible, because the aforementioned Moon-landing project had employed at least 100,000 humans, who most certainly ha | 1. As we have already explained several times, the Americans' Apollo-11 Moon-landing on the 20th of July 1969 did not take place, because everything was
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  • ...sun. Orbiting it every 224.7 [[Earth]] days. It has no natural satellite (moon) though the asteroid 2002 VE68 presently maintains a quasi-orbital relation After Earth's Moon, it is the brightest natural object in the night sky (of Earth), reaching a
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  • ...t was not securely fixed to the planet would suddenly be sucked off to the moon!
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  • The '''Moon''', '''Earth's Moon''', which has the latin name '''Luna'''. Is the Earth's only satellite, but ...he sky and its regular cycle of phases have, since ancient times, made the Moon an important cultural influence on language, calendars, art, and mythology.
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  • close-point to the matter of the 'Destroyer' and gathers a particle- and moon-ring around moon-ring existing already for approximately four billion years, into which the
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  • [[Meier Encyclopedia]] page(s):<br><small>[[The High Council]]<br>[[Moon (Earth)]]</small> Synopsis:<br><small>The NASA moon landings all happened after Apollo 11.</small>
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  • ...e developed into the Moon. But in contrast, you explained that the Earth’s moon penetrated from your space-time configuration into ours and then into the S ...cientists do not correspond to the truth because the origin of the Earth’s moon does not trace back to the Earth and, thus, also not to a collision or such
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  • ...disaster ever seen by the current United Nations General Secretary, Ban Ki Moon.
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  • ...t was entrapped by Earth's influence and has circled the blue planet, as a moon, ever since. The Kinten and Niiper space travellers, totalling nearly 680,0
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  • ...ust a little wisdom in their consciousness, they will grow like the waxing moon during the first half of the lunar month.
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  • Jupiter. While as an adjective it was used to describe the sun and the moon. In some accounts the planet referred to by this name is not Jupiter but Sa
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  • ...loration project with 'Apollo 13', which was the second big scam after the moon landing scam of the 20th of July 1969. I thought that I would publish the r ...rounded plane full of impact craters. There must be a reason for this. The Moon is not from the Earth, as our scientists claim, but from your space-time st
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  • ...heard some strange sounds along the wooded hillside. Although there was a moon in the sky that weakly illuminated the parking lot and both Silvano and me,
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  • 44. "Soon after the misery of that faraway time, sun and moon will lose their luster, comets will fall from the sky and the powers of the
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  • that time— wreaked system-wide destruction and had brought the earthly Moon on that course which led it to SOL System and to the Earth.
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  • ...I was meant to see it, and no other. Not a star, not an airplane, not the moon or any planet, but that single ball of light. It was white and did not flic
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  • ...ding on the 20th of July 1969 was faked, NASA actually carried out several moon flights afterwards, Apollo 17 being the last one so far, it is said. ...moon landing on the 20th of July 1969 by NASA, five moon flights and also moon landings took place after all, that is true, or?
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  • ...Earth. But now, I would like to ask you: Why does the density ratio of the Moon on the front and the back vary so much? This has to have its particular rea | 64. Through the Earth’s attractive force, the Moon, during the course of its existence as an Earth satellite, has shifted the
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  • apparent lightness of weight in the world dream, in free fall or on the moon is explained by Earthly scientists as weightlessness or weight reduction, w ...that this is actually the case, as you say, it can also be proven on Earth Moon, because there is no uniform gravitational force there, but it varies great
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  • moon, and glowed brightly. The object traveled across the sky in a southerly dir ...the publisher of Fred Steckling's classic ''Extraterrestrial Bases on the Moon'', one of the best books in the world of UFO literature (yes, you can quote
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  • ...nformation back to Earth. When shown the evidence that Meier described the moon Io as being the most volcanically active body in the solar system, prior to
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  • after the solar system's birth, a monumental meteorite shower struck the Moon, causing Scientists assert that the Earth, Mars, Venus, our Moon, other SOL planets, as well as
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  • ...Ptaah, do you know anything about the fact that NASA has been missing its moon landing video for a year now and is desperately looking for it? | 23. We know about the truth that the story about the first moon landing is a tremendous hoax, and that is enough for us, so we don't have t
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  • *From 220th contact: talk of how earth’s gravitational pull distorted moon.
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  • ...he came from Germany like Werner von Braun. First he wanted to dispute the Moon swindle, but Semjase's irrefutable presence with her ship and her explanati
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  • Purportedly, our dear old moon will be pushed aside whereupon it will drift beyond recall ...outer space, while Mars, supposedly, will approach Earth to become its new moon.
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  • ...y talked about it several times before, and it was also explained that the moon contains a lot of water in the form of ice, especially at the poles. ...ave the necessary explanations that there is a lot of water on the Earth's moon.
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  • ...(5) manned moon landings will take place through the U.S.A., while a sixth moon landing* - supposedly the first - on August 20th, 1969 will rest only on a
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  • ...21 or so. The reason for the Earth's long-term deceleration was and is the Moon, but I no longer know exactly how the whole thing fits together. Please, ca ...used by the interaction of the gravitational forces between the Earth, the Moon and the Sun, as well as by the centrifugal forces caused by the movements o
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  • ...mileage counter, he also invented a gear-wheel-timer and a gear wheel-sun-moon-clock and many other technical, mechanical and mathematical things. Today,
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  • Third Phase of the Moon
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  • ...once every 243 Earth days, additionally having its own natural satellite (moon).<ref></ref><ref>[[Venus]]< ...s composition which is why it didn't make sense after we realised what the moon actually was.
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  • ...ther the official claims are true or not, also regarding the alleged first moon landing of the US-Americans in 1969. ..., as is the story based on lies about the alleged first manned US-American moon landing on the 20th of July 1969 with the Apollo 11 space capsule.
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  • | Your acquaintance also pleases me – and since the moon shines so brightly, we can also take a good look at each other. But may I a
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  • | 22. Some pictures we will allow you also of the moon.
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  • ...hem what they see in the great work of the Creation: in the Sun and in the Moon, in the blinking stars of the firmament, in the comets and meteors, in the
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  • | 22. Some pictures we will allow you also of the moon.
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  • <br> '''Selenology''' - the study of the moon * [[Moon (Earth)]]
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  • Experts claim this cosmic vagabond is twice the size of our Moon and weighs an been repeatedly sighted in front of the Sun, Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, and in front
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  • ...that's what I meant. How far away from Earth are we now? That's where the moon is, and it is big.
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  • ...esponding facts were also created with regard to objects and traces on the moon. | This is familiar to me, because they came to the SOL system because of the Moon, whose path they followed when it blasted out of their space-time structure
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  • ...affects not only the Sun itself and its activity, but also the Earth, its moon, and the whole SOL system. | 59. Like the Sun, the Moon dies too and collapses to a certain extent.
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  • ...some kind of vapours – real steam fountains – escaped from funnels on the moon's surface and then evaporated at a higher altitude. Now I no longer know wh ...ure, it is claimed that the Earth was part of a planet Tiamat and that our moon was once the largest of the Tiamat. The last passage through the SOL-system
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  • the size of the moon. It then shrinks and again enlarges itself. Then above a hill another ...>Description: Freddy Kropf is on the center ground when he photographs the moon in the night sky.
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  • ...lies were probably only created by the Americans, with their made-up first Moon-landing, as well as those through which religions and sects were created.<b
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  • ...this comet so fateful for the Earth, which also brought the satellite, the Moon over here – the fragment of a small planet from a very distant solar syst | 65. The Earth's moon, which originates from a small planet 4.5 million years older than the Eart
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  • | <br>31. '''Conspiracy theories on the moon landing:''' The moon landings between 1969 and 1972 by NASA allegedly never took place and were ...participated under hypnosis and were deceived, all other moon flights and moon landings actually took place.'''
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  • ...y come from the inner ring of the asteroid belt and contain a lot of iron. Moon rocks and Mars rocks are also among them. | Some meteoroids also originate from Mars or the Moon. They were ejected from the surface in collisions with larger asteroids.
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  • ...proached him, hearing noises twice on the wooded uphill side. Although the moon was in the sky and dimly illuminated the car park and Silvano and I, we wer Although the moon was in the sky and dimly illuminated the car park and the two of us, we wer
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  • | 122. As an example, do not use the Earth moon as Venus's moon, because if you look at it, you do not have the image of Venus in any manne, especially when he worked with telescopes and was able to use the moon as a background.
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  • ...ctica and also goes far up the globe. On the one hand, the rotation of the moon and the earth, and on the other, the earth's magnetism, its swinging waves,
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  • ...epths of the universe, as well as in and under the waters of Earth, on the moon and in Earth orbit. And this will therefore also be the time that you human
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  • ...r's orbit by the Destroyer and hurled out into space. Actually, this small moon should have concerned a comet captured by Jupiter. This should now be whizz | 177. The small moon mentioned by Quetzal and you actually was, at a very early time, a comet, w
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  • ...ion only leads me to some worlds of your system and to your satellite, the moon.
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  • | A woman can become pregnant in the cycle of the moon phases, and therefore only every 28 days. This 28-day period is called the ...v class="thumbcaption">The beamship of the Plejaren Gaudon before the full moon. Freddy did not notice the ship while photographing.<br>Date: 25th October
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  • ...hed until 150 years had passed. But now, at least with regard to the bogus moon landing, there is a lot of conversation going on around the world. Should w
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  • ...nst the wall of the house, and which father had built. I could not see the moon, however, the sky was clear and wrapped in velvety black, and millions of s
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  • ...all, rather only a part of a ball, because now it suddenly looked like the Moon when it was half full. | Luminous and as big as the Moon, I saw it suddenly emerge and plummet down.
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  • ...evertheless, could it not be that this cloud not only comes from Jupiter’s moon Io but that it has also mixed with the substances of some volcanic eruption ...d of dust could be hurled so far from the gravitational field of Jupiter’s moon Io that it was able to go away from it and drift toward the Earth.
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  • |Apollo 11 [[Moon_(Earth)|Moon]] landing hoax :::and Semjase visit moon of 'future Earth'
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  • ...ber that moves over one hundred, while objects that can really be called a moon are only a smaller number.
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  • | 23. Even though he/she has reached the moon with rockets, he/she still hasn't reached the outer space yet.
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  • ...>Description: Freddy Kropf is on the center ground when he photographs the moon in the night sky.
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  • ...nearer and further surroundings of the Earth, but I saw nothing of another moon. The two of them only let me see one other planet, but this always only rem
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  • Astronauts report that during flights into space, to the Moon or simply around the Earth,
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  • ..., there originated Re, the sun god of the Egyptians, Thoth, the god of the moon, Agni, the fire god of the Hindus, and Indra, the god of the rain, and so o
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  • ...k from the Earth, and thus, the object passes closer to the Earth than the Moon. ...make these ones talk by truth serums, nevertheless, and could uncover the Moon landing lie that fools the world.
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  • and watched the approaching Semjase ship, which shone like a small full moon. On the streets in the neighbourhood, various groups of people stood and st
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  • ...oon landings will take place by the USA until the year 1972, while a sixth moon landing – the alleged first one – on the 20th of July 1969 will be base
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  • ...cle around with the ship, but unfortunately, only around the Earth and the Moon, which, to me, are things that are always in the way.) use my film camera to film a satellite and the Earth and maybe even the Moon.
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  • ...s or astrological table was used, in which the daily positions of the sun, moon and planets were recorded. Also the so-called house tables were used to cal ...ments of the celestial bodies on human beings and the Earth as well as its moon and earthly nature, thus also on the human community and the human beings t
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  • ...olcanic openings and also falls on the plains and mountains, so that this moon, in contrast to the other Jupiter moons, does not have too large a crater l ...icken egg, is only about 200 kilometers in length. I think it was the next moon of Jupiter, whose name I no longer remember.
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  • about staged photographs with light bodies, but also photographs of the moon etc. Then there are many more images that consist of various light paths, e
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  • ...p at the object -- Semjase's spacecraft -- approaching shining like a full moon. There were still some people in the street, staring up at the ship floatin
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  • ...rtial and total, have existed for millions of years, for as long as Earth, moon and sun have existed. And never did a solar eclipse have any influence on e
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  • ...omes that s/he attains the necessary technology to fly not only to Earth's moon but to other planets, then s/he must not do so unweightedly and in the hope
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  • For example, if person or thing "A" touches the surface of the Moon, and on "A's" return to the Earth, "B" touches "A" and, subsequently, "C" t
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  • ...on Earth, but I never noticed anything similar to what I did on Jupiter's moon Io in 1947, in that very hot summer when 47 degrees Celsius were measured i
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  • ...members are only planetary space pilots, even when they fly to the Earth's moon, which is moving in the Earth's gravitational field. | 36. Only far outside the Earth's moon the actual free space of the world begins, in which only the gravitational
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  • 71) For ten moon-circlings deceptive peace lurks, then metallic harbingers of death crash do and the star in the half-moon will not be spared,
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  • ...m stays in Earth orbit or when crossing the distance between Earth and the Moon.
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  • ...cised. Two prehistoric [[Moon (Earth)|Earth moons]] both now gone. Today's moon is the third. Taken by Billy during his [[Great Journey]] (see [[Contact Re | 1. As we have already explained several times, the Americans' Apollo-11 Moon-landing on 20th July 1969, did not take place, because everything was a gre
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  • | Here I have some internet excerpts concerning the moon landing faked by the Americans, if you still want to read them, please. I w
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  • the ban holds no water because, for the faithful, a minaret with a half moon on the top is - like a church steeple - no more and no less a symbol of the
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  • | The dear Earthlings make their stupid jokes about moon and Mars and other space people. They draw them as scale reinforced monster
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  • ...he world, namely by faking a fictitious moon landing and a stepping on the moon's surface by 'astronauts', which, however, will be denied by America for al ...s will also be done by China, the new Russia and other countries, then the moon will serve as a starting station for flights to Earth's neighbouring planet
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  • ...he question has arisen, whether Armstrong, Aldrin and Collins also got the moon landing experience hammered into them by hypnosis and whether the three of to myself, because the three men were firmly convinced of their alleged moon landing. But – the hypnotists, did they really keep their mouths shut?
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  • ...into very dangerous proximity to the Earth, namely within the orbit of the Moon, at a distance to Earth of about 260,000 to 300,000 kilometres. ...r, very close, or even a more distant fly by is possible, whereby even the Moon could, perhaps, enter into the path of the asteroid.
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  • ...been degraded to a dwarf object. Just because it is smaller than our Earth moon.
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  • | We were just discussing whether we should shoot you off to the Moon.
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  • .... It does not come from the Earth itself but from an active volcano on the moon Io, which orbits around Jupiter.
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  • wilder natural catastrophes. Then something else: Regarding the alleged moon landings, you said that the 'astronauts' involved in the fraud were manipul
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  • he was able to travel to the Jupiter moon Ganymede, where, according to his silly
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