Fantastic plan from Goddard Center
newspaper 113 July 1962, Americas want to promote astroid, to second moon.

Su Shu Huang - a research assistant at the famous Goddard Space Center in Greenbelt (Maryland) - has unveiled a new sensational project from the barely filled planning cabinet of the American program for cosmic research. Indeed, under his leadership, an investigation is currently being conducted into the possibility of "catching" a second moon for the earth.

German wunderwaffe
newspaper 17 July 1945, The German solar plan is bluff.

Dr. Charles G. Abbot, who is considered the greatest authority in the field of solar studies, is of the opinion that the Germans bluff when they speak of "platforms" designed by them, some 8000 km above the earth in order to utilize the power of the sun's rays. The astrophysicist writes in a letter to the Washington Post:

Artificial second moon
newspaper 113 August 1949, Australian experiment to create second moon.

Australian physicists to create second moon. Australian physicists are soon starting an experiments to create an artificial Polar Light that will illuminate the sky "like a second moon".

Searching for second moon
newspaper 130 August 1954, Americans searching for small second moon.

On the other side of the Atlantic, there is reason to believe that there is a second moon floating around in the universe. According to the currently known data, this moon number two would have a diameter of only a few kilometers and it would not be far from the earth.

Man to Mars within a year
newspaper 1

25 July 1969, Dr. Wernher von Braun predicts.

HUNTSVILLE (ALABAMA) (Rtr) - Dr. Wernher von Braun, director of the NASA Center in Alabama, said yesterday that unmanned reconnaissance flights to Mars, will reveal more information before the end of this month. Information that has never been known about the outer crust of that planet. "If the images show that Mars is interesting enough, I believe that a manned flight to Mars can be ordered within a year," said Von Braun.

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