Russia and the United States They have had a wonderful time relationship and, above all, for decades. Both powers compete face to face in different fields, and space exploration is not one of those "playing fields". Now, Russia has announced that it will check that the US went to Lleuad.
The Cold War was fought on several faces between the United States and Russia, one of which was the space race. Compete the United States and Russia for the space conquest and, after the Russian crews were launched off the planet, the United States wondered the world with the landing of Apollo 11 in 1969.
Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins were the first human ones to make their mark on the Moon, literally, but they also sow seeds one of the most humanity conspiracies. Is she a real man to the Moon?
It was said that everything was montage and that the right Stanley Kubrick, 2001 director: Odyssey in Space, recorded the sequence on a movie set. The truth is that we have not returned to the Moon because we have already gone and because it is an expensive trip … and there are other open ends, such as the Mars conquest.
Now, Russia and the US are not about them there is a better level of relationship as long as NASA and Roscosmos are concerned (the two space agencies). The US relies on Russia to take rockers to the International Space Station, but since the events this summer, Americans have encouraged Musk and SpaceX to break links with Russia.
Now, in a recent interview, Dmitry Rogozin, director of Roscosmos, has announced that they will arrange flights to Lleuad to see if Armstrong had left his mark on the satellite.
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It seems that everything is a joke, but knows how they are spent in that agency, that is possible Soon we will see Russia's ship with astronauts going to Lleuad. For your physical language, it's apparent that there are Rogozin jokes, but this is not the first time, even in a joking tone, that's Russia suspects the arrival of the United States to Lleuad.
However, we seem to have forgotten the Moon, as there is a much more attractive target: Mars.