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We believe that our story is like a map - openlessly opened up, by contemporary witnesses, chroniclers and historians. In fact, what we know is a fraction of the truth.

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, because mostly only of a historical event only sticks to what is good for legend formation - while other details are deliberately omitted and thus disappear in the fog of time. As a result, every myth poses the risk of giving us a distorted image of the story, which is settled and becomes a truth.

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, however, who knows all the background of an event can be Sitting together a puzzle and penetrating the secrets that surround it.

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myth moon landing: What do NASA do not see what experienced us experienced Eugene Cernan on the dark side of the moon?

May 1969: Two months before the first person enters the moon, the forerunner mission Apollo 10 course on the earth's trabant. It is the last test flight in front of Neil Armstrongs legendary landing. At first everything runs routinely - but when the three men fly over the earth's earth, something strange happens.

"Do you hear that, this whistling sound? Whooooooo!" "It sounds like extraterrestrial music." "This is incredible!" The mysterious noises that the three astronauts Eugene Cernan, Thomas Stafford and John Young hear at their headsets at this moment differ from everything they have ever heard in space. And what makes the whole thing even more puzzling: At this point, they are already outside the radio contact to Earth, because the moon blocks the path to the radio waves.

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Since the tones are only recorded in the spaceship, nobody has any noise in the NASA control center in Houston . Only when the capsule emerges behind the moon does it become quiet again in the radio equipment of the astronauts, which promptly begin to discuss whether they should report what they have experienced on the dark side of the moon. There is a simple reason that they do not report directly to the floor station: they are afraid that they will be declared crazy and will no longer be used for future space missions.

a fear that seems justified. After returning to earth, the NASA actually decides to take the transcripts from the on -board radio under closure. It was only in 2008 that they are found and released in the archives. Researchers still give up what the noises could be with noise. The most obvious explanation: there were overlays of the radio waves. However, this thesis is not proven. And the fact that the NASA has operated such a great deal of confidentiality for the incident for decades is at least as puzzling as the mystery itself.

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