Moongate (book)

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Moongate: Suppressed Findings of the U.S. Space Program, The NASA-Military Cover-Up [1] is a self-published book by William L. Brian II which alleges a cover-up by NASA, the United States Armed Forces and the Russian space program over what was really found during the US and Soviet Moon landings and space programs in general.

Brian, a nuclear engineer, states his belief that the Moon landings actually did take place, unlike many other conspiracists, but that information acquired during the landings has been covered up or suppressed. He also asserts that NASA is a wholly owned and operated front organization of the United States military, that secret weapons and covert military space program were developed under the cover of a civilian space program, and that NASA and the military has suppressed gravity research discoveries which were supposedly also used in the Apollo program.

The book outlines a belief that the United States and USSR cooperated during their alleged Space Race, and that secret discoveries put the Apollo astronauts on the Moon. The book also asserts that discoveries of the Moon's true nature have been suppressed, especially its geology and atmosphere, and that the lunar programs really never ended.

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  1. ^ Brian, William L. (1982). Moongate: Suppressed Findings of the U.S. Space Program, The NASA-Military Cover-Up (1st ed.). Portland, OR: Future Science Research Publishing Co. ISBN 978-0-941-29200-9.