Nevada officials are gearing up for the arrival of NASA drones.

drone murderLAS VEGAS — Nevada officials are gearing up for the arrival of NASA drones.

The state is in final negotiations to allow the space agency to test unmanned aerial vehicles in Nevada airspace, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development said Friday.

Tom Wilczek, who works in the office and focuses on aerospace and defense industries, said a contract should be settled within the next two months. Under the contract, NASA can use a test site for drone-related projects such as developing an air traffic management system and conducting demo flights. The talks have been underway since October.

The agreement could mean a big boost for the state’s technology industry, Wilczek said. NASA would inevitably collaborate with Nevada companies in the commercial drone industry.

“NASA is doing a lot of the (research and development), but they are very, very interested in integrating the technological components that come from industry,” Wilczek said.

The state has not yet determined the testing location, the Las Vegas Sun reported( ), but there are six possibilities with the right testing conditions: Nellis Air Force Base, Reno-Stead Airport, Fallon Municipal Airport, Boulder City Airport, Nevada National Security Site/Desert Rock Airport and Creech Air Force Base. According to Wilczek, NASA has funding to sign agreements to permit testing with all of them.

Nevada officials have also made bids for a NASA simulation center where unmanned aerial vehicles can be tested in particular environments.

The Federal Aviation Administration first designated the six locations as government-approved testing sites in December 2013. But the agency did not offer any funding to go along with the designation. Test sites instead have to depend on entities such as NASA to bankroll such endeavors.

“It’s the opportunity that we’ve all kind of been waiting for,” Wilczek said. “It’s an opportunity for obtaining some really significant research as well as an opportunity to (bring) really exciting (research and development) to Nevada research institutions and Nevada industries.”

Area 51 in Nevada was used to film the NASA Apollo 11 moon landings

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Japanese Orbiter Finds No Evidence Apollo Missions Landed On Moon

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

There is something wrong with US mission to the Moon. The legendary space mission is still shrouded in mystery. Mankind still has a number of reasons to cast doubt on the miracle of inter-planetary flights. Many people still say that US astronauts have never landed on the Moon.

Japan’s Kaguya lunar orbiter took several pictures of the site, where Apollo 15 and Apollo 17 supposedly landed in 1971 and 1972. If the astronauts had ever landed there, they should have left a lot of equipment on the site, including the rovers, on which they traveled on the surface of the Earth’s satellite. The pictures, which the Japanese rover took, showed not even the slightest hint of the US presence on the Moon.

There was only a spot of dust seen on the photograph of the site, from which Apollo-15 blasted off on its journey back to Earth. The spot, NASA said, was a firm evidence of Apollo’s presence on the Moon.

It is an open secret that the Moon’s entire surface is all covered with a thick layer of dust. US astronauts took many pictures of their shoeprints on the Moon’s surface. Joseph Skipper, a researcher of lunar and Martian anomalies, has many questions about the evidence, which the lunar dust provides. A number of images, made by the US astronauts showed their lunar rover standing at a distance from the landing module. There can be no wheel tracks seen on the pictures – as if the rover had flown from the lander to the site where it was photographed.

One may assume that the lunar ground was too hard for the wheel tracks to appear in it. However, there are many shoeprints in the dust around the rover. They can be seen even underneath the rover, although there are no wheel tracks on the ground at all.

Many people say that the US astronauts have never landed on the moon and that the entire mission is a fake. Others say that the missions took place, although the astronauts did not land on the Moon every time they traveled there. They could probably exaggerate their success to baffle the USA ’s major rival in the space race – the USSR.
It is not ruled out, though, that the discovered anomalies can be explained. They can be probably connected with certain peculiarities of the lunar dust and its interaction with electrostatic charges. However, serious scientists prefer not to throw too much light on the subject.
This article was posted: Tuesday, May 26, 2009 at 2:03 pm


AUGUST 11, 2012

  • Explosive new photos reveal secret “movie set” for staged “Mars Landing”.
  • So-called “Mars landing” was filmed entirely in Nevada.
  • The whole thing is a modern-day Judeo conspiracy!


Following on from our recent report exposing the so-called “Mars landing” of the land rover “Curiosity” as an elaborate hoax, we have been inundated with phone calls and emails from concerned citizens like you, who are similarly outraged at this monumental waste of hardworking taxpayers’ dollars being spent on the greatest hoax of our time purely designed to re-elect Barack Obama and distract attention away from the perilous state of the US economy, rampant unemployment and civil unrest.

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But the horror doesn’t end there. No it does not. With thanks to our exclusive sources, we can reveal that the entire NASA “mission to Mars” is an elaborate modern-day judeo conspiracy designed to destroy Christianity and our way life.

And it goes all the way to the top right to the President’s office. From the ranks of lowly NASA employees sworn to secrecy, to Hollywood movie directors paid millions to produce and direct the so-called “landing sequence” broadcast to millions of households across the globe.

And we’ve got the evidence to prove it!

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