NASA conspirators/whistleblowers have full assurance that the US space agency has been covering the evidence of UFOs since the first Apollo mission.
After the US administration expressed serious interest in UFOs, NASA’s chief Bill Nelson began to research them. He doesn’t believe that UFOs are extraterrestrial, and if they were, he would be aware of it. However, we have a list of former NASA personnel that believe in UFOs, including Gordon Cooper, Edgar Mitchell Story Musgrave, and others.
Since the first Apollo mission, NASA conspirators/whistleblowers have had complete certainty that the US space program has been covering up evidence of UFOs. In the early 1970s, Donna Hare claimed to have worked for NASA contractor Philco Ford. She was allowed to enter NASA’s picture lab as well as other divisions with an elevated clearance.
Hare stated that NASA covered up and removed space anomalies such as UFOs from satellite images during the Disclosure Project news briefing. Hare has won numerous accolades for his contributions to space initiatives. She worked as a technical artist in space programs for most of her career. She had been a NASA subcontractor for 15 years, creating lunar maps and landing presentations.
“It seems easier to explain the non-existence of the Moon than its existence,” remarked former NASA scientist Robin Brett, who was one of the first to investigate and direct studies on moon rocks. Furthermore, scientists estimate that the Moon is about 800,000 years older than the Earth, which poses several problems.
Karl Wolfe, a former US Air Force Sergeant who died in a bike accident in 2018, was another individual with a similar tale to Donna Hare. He also worked at the Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, where he had top-secret clearance.
Karl worked for Nasa’s Lunar Orbiter Project as a precision electronics photograph repairer. Another worker took him into a lab one day and showed him a snapshot of fake buildings on the lunar colony. These images were shot before the Apollo 11 mission in 1969.
Wolfe came out in 2001, claiming to have seen photographic evidence of an alien construction on the Moon’s far side.
Wolfe said in a video interview that he had a top-secret clearance and worked for Tactical Air Command at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia in the mid-1960s. He said that his profession was as an electronic technician in photographic surveillance labs, where he spent the majority of his time working on devices that processed Vietnam surveillance film.
Wolfe recounted one day being directed by his boss to report to an NSA facility on the base to assist with a problem with equipment used to process imagery from the first lunar orbiter mission. He reported to the facility, which he described as a vast hangar-type structure with numerous foreign citizens dressed in civilian clothes and accompanied by interpreters — an unusual sight for a military officer.
“By the way,” the former airman recounted, “we’ve discovered a base on the underside of the moon.” He was alone in a dark room with another Airman second class when the other enlisted man stated.
“‘Whose?’ I asked. ‘What exactly do you mean?’ Wolfe recalled something. He claimed he was intrigued by the statement but was concerned that their chat would be overheard. The Airman then showed him a photo mosaic made up of many passes by the lunar orbiter, as Wolfe noted.
“He took one of these mosaics and showed this base with geometric shapes — there were towers, spherical buildings, very tall towers, and things that looked like radar dishes, but they were very big structures,” Wolfe explained.
Wolfe isn’t the only whistleblower whose death has been shrouded in mystery. In the 1960s, former US Army Command Sgt. Major Robert Orel Dean claimed to have read a paper titled “The Assessment” while working for NATO in France. The paper, he claims, includes “pictures of dead aliens, crashed UFOs, and accounts from military pilots and experts.” He died a week before Wolfe in 2018, which was a coincidence.