Russia may stop the ISS project by 2020
Russia may pull the plug after 2020 on the International Space Station (ISS). Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, according the Interfax news agency. It is a response to economic sanctions by the United States and Europe. The ISS is a joint project of Russia, the United States, Europe, Japan and Canada. The five participants decided several years ago to continue the ISS project in any case until 2020. Russia is important for the survival of the ISS, because the crew is launched from a Russian space base. It is not the first time that Rogozin fences with the consequences of the tensions around Ukraine for space. When Washington last month extended the sanctions, the Deputy Prime Minister wrote on Twitter: “I suggest that America will take astronauts to the ISS with a trampoline.” Russia, will also forbid the United States to use Russian rocket engines. Russian rocket engines are used by the America to brings intelligence and communications satellites in orbit around the earth.
All documentation from the Saturn V rocket are destroyed by the Americans. Those Saturn V rockets were used during the Apollo project. The Saturn V Rocket could not do what was needed to land man on the moon it could only put man in Earth orbit. In 1968 there was already Some doubt about the capability of the Saturn V rocket to launch even manned spacecraft in low Earth orbit. They destroyed the information as it would had show the Apollo moon landings could never had happened.
The Russians work towards exposure of the faked Apollo moon landing. The Russians will expose it when they think the time has come. The Russian know it and they pushing towards exposure. It is time to join the journey towards the truth for all mankind.