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= Space fakery =
 
= Space fakery =
<big>'''33'''0 billion dollars is spent on space. Each year.</big><ref name=YTDeGrasseClown>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pp2vwyvZ3aU The Troot - Space, freemasonry and the deception]</ref>
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== [[:Category:NASA|NASA]], Soviet Space Program, other agencies ==
 
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== Planetary missions ==
 
After the Apollo program, missions to the different planets of our solar system have been claimed happened.<ref name=WikiMercuryExploration group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exploration_of_Mercury Wikipedia - List of missions to Mercury]</ref><ref name=WikiVenusExploration group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_missions_to_Venus Wikipedia - List of missions to Venus]</ref><ref name=WikiMarsExploration group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_missions_to_Mars Wikipedia - List of missions to Mars]</ref><ref name=WikiOuterPlanetaryMissions group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_missions_to_the_outer_planets Wikipedia - List of outer planetary missions]</ref>
 
 
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! style="width:10%" | Name !! style="width:7%" | [[:Category:Psyops by year|Year launched]] !! style="width:7%" | [[:Category:Psyops by date|Date launched]] !! "width:3%" | Operators !! style="width:35%" | Description !! style="width:10%" | Primary targets !! style="width:10%" | Secondary targets !! "width:5%" | Notes
 
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| '''Mariner 10''' || align=center | [[:Category:1973 psyops|1973]] || align=center | [[:Category:11/03 psyops|11/03]] || [[NASA]] || <small>NASA set a strict limit of $98 million for Mariner 10's total cost, which marked the first time the agency subjected a mission to an inflexible budget constraint. No overruns would be tolerated.</small> || [[Mercury]], [[Venus]] || [[Earth]], [[Moon]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiMariner10 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariner_10 Wikipedia - Mariner 10]</ref>
 
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| '''Viking 1''' || align=center | [[:Category:1975 psyops|1975]] || align=center | [[:Category:08/20 psyops|08/20]] || [[NASA]] || <small>Scientists found that the observed Shapiro delays of the signals matched the predictions of [[General Relativity]].</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiViking1 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viking_1 Wikipedia - Viking 1]</ref>
 
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| '''Voyager 2''' || align=center | [[:Category:1977 psyops|1977]] || align=center | [[:Category:08/20 psyops|08/20]] || [[NASA]] || <small>Voyager 2 is expected to keep transmitting weak radio messages until at least 2025, over 48 years after it was launched.</small> || [[Jupiter]], [[Saturn]] || [[Uranus]], [[Neptune]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiVoyager2 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voyager_2 Wikipedia - Voyager 2]</ref>
 
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| '''Pioneer 12''' || align=center | [[:Category:1978 psyops|1978]] || align=center | [[:Category:05/28 psyops|05/28]] || [[NASA]] || <small>The most remarkable discovery was that the ratio of <sup>36</sup>Ar/<sup>40</sup>Ar isotopes much higher than in the atmosphere which seems to indicate that the genesis of the Venusian atmosphere is very different from that of Earth.</small> || [[Venus]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiPioneer12 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pioneer_Venus_Orbiter Wikipedia - Pioneer 12]</ref>
 
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| '''Mars Global Surveyor''' || align=center | [[:Category:1996 psyops|1996]] || align=center | [[:Category:11/07 psyops|11/07]] || [[NASA]] || <small>On 6 December 2006 NASA released photos of two craters in Terra Sirenum and Centauri Montes which appear to show the presence of flowing water on Mars at some point between 1999 and 2001. The pictures were produced by Mars Global Surveyor and are quite possibly the spacecraft's final contribution to our knowledge of Mars and the question of whether water exists on the planet.</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiMarsGlobalSurveyor group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_Global_Surveyor Wikipedia - Mars Global Surveyor]</ref>
 
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| '''Mars Pathfinder''' || align=center | [[:Category:1996 psyops|1996]] || align=center | [[:Category:12/04 psyops|12/04]] || [[NASA]] || <small>The lander sent more than 2.3 billion bits of information including 16,500 pictures and made 8.5 million measurements of the atmospheric pressure, temperature and wind speed. Although the mission was planned to last from a week to a month, the rover operated successfully for almost three months.</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiMarsPathfinder group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_Pathfinder Wikipedia - Mars Pathfinder]</ref>
 
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| '''Cassini''' || align=center | [[:Category:1997 psyops|1997]] || align=center | [[:Category:10/15 psyops|10/15]] || [[NASA]], [[ESA]],<br>ASI ([[:Category:Psyops in Italy|Italy]]) || <small>Its mission ended on September 15, 2017, when Cassini's trajectory took it into Saturn's upper atmosphere and it burned up '''in order to prevent any risk of contaminating Saturn's moons, which might have offered habitable environments to stowaway terrestrial microbes on the spacecraft'''.</small> || [[Saturn]], [[moons of Saturn]] || [[Moon]], [[Venus]], [[Jupiter]] || align=center | <ref name=Wiki group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassini%E2%80%93Huygens Wikipedia - Cassini-Huygens]</ref>
 
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| '''2001 Mars Odyssey''' || align=center | [[:Category:2001 psyops|2001]] || align=center | [[:Category:04/07 psyops|04/07]] || [[NASA]] || <small>The mission was named as a tribute to Arthur C. Clarke, evoking the name of ''2001: A Space Odyssey''. By December 15, 2010, it broke the record for longest serving spacecraft at Mars, with 3,340 days of operation.</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiMarsOdyssey group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2001_Mars_Odyssey Wikipedia - 2001 Mars Odyssey]</ref>
 
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| '''Mars Express'''/'''Beagle 2''' || align=center | [[:Category:2003 psyops|2003]] || align=center | [[:Category:06/02 psyops|06/02]] || [[ESA]] || <small>The spacecraft's fate remained a mystery until it was announced in January 2015 that NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, using HiRISE, had found the probe intact on the surface of Mars.</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiMarsExpress group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_Express Wikipedia - Mars Express]</ref><br><ref name=WikiBeagle2 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beagle_2 Wikipedia - Beagle 2]</ref>
 
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| '''Spirit''' || align=center | [[:Category:2003 psyops|2003]] || align=center | [[:Category:06/10 psyops|06/10]] || [[NASA]] || <small>The primary surface mission for Spirit was '''planned to last at least 90 sols'''. The mission received several extensions and '''lasted about 2,208 sols'''. On August 11, 2007, Spirit obtained the second longest operational duration on the surface of Mars for a lander or rover at 1282 Sols, '''one sol longer than the Viking 2 lander'''. Viking 2 was powered by a '''[[Nuke Hoax|nuclear cell]]''' whereas Spirit is powered by '''solar arrays'''.</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiSpirit group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spirit_(rover) Wikipedia - Spirit]</ref>
 
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| '''Opportunity rover''' || align=center | [[:Category:2003 psyops|2003]] || align=center | [[:Category:07/07 psyops|07/07]] || [[NASA]] || <small>Opportunity remains active as of March 15, 2018, having exceeded its operating plan by 13 years, 323 days (in Earth time). Opportunity has continued to move, make scientific observations, and report back to Earth for over '''[[Numerology#55|55]] times its designed lifespan'''. In December 2014, NASA reported that Opportunity was suffering from "amnesia" events in which the rover fails to write data, e.g. telemetry information, to non-volatile memory. The hardware failure is believed to be due to an age-related fault in one of the rover's seven memory banks. As a result, NASA had aimed to force the rover's software to ignore the failed memory bank, however amnesia events continued to occur which eventually resulted in vehicle resets. In light of this, on Sol 4027 (May 23, 2015), the rover was configured to operate in RAM-only mode, completely avoiding the use of non-volatile memory for storage. As of March 15, 2018, Opportunity is still functioning on the surface of Mars, and is slated for further scientific exploration. '''It is currently parked in its 8th Martian winter and should 'wake up' around the end of March 2018.'''</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiOpportunity group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opportunity_(rover) Wikipedia - Opportunity rover]</ref>
 
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| '''Rosetta''' || align=center | [[:Category:2004 psyops|2004]] || align=center | [[:Category:03/02 psyops|03/02]] || [[ESA]] || <small>The Rosetta mission orbited Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko for 17 months and was designed to complete the most detailed study of a comet ever attempted. Rosetta's Philae lander successfully made the first soft landing on a comet nucleus when it touched down on Comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko on 12 November 2014. The probe also flew in the shadow of Mars. During that encounter, the solar panels could not be used since the craft was in the planet's shadow, where it would not receive any solar light for 15 minutes, causing a dangerous shortage of power. The craft was therefore put into standby mode, with no possibility to communicate, '''flying on batteries that were originally not designed for this task'''. This Mars manoeuvre was therefore nicknamed "The Billion Euro Gamble". The flyby was successful, with Rosetta even returning detailed images of the surface and atmosphere of the planet, and the mission continued as planned.</small> || [[Comet]] || [[Mars]] || align=center | <ref name=DTR206>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_6vc739CaI Deep Thoughts Radio Ep 206: NASA Selling Doom]</ref><br><ref name=WikiRosetta group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosetta_(spacecraft) Wikipedia - Rosetta]</ref>
 
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| '''Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter''' || align=center | [[:Category:2005 psyops|2005]] || align=center | [[:Category:08/12 psyops|08/12]] || [[NASA]] || <small>It has enough propellant to keep functioning into the 2030s. An article in the journal ''Science'' in September 2009, reported that some new craters on Mars have excavated relatively pure water ice. After being exposed, the ice gradually fades as it sublimates away.</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=WikiMarsReconnaissanceOrbiter group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mars_Reconnaissance_Orbiter Wikipedia - Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter]</ref>
 
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| '''New Horizons''' || align=center | [[:Category:2006 psyops|2006]] || align=center | [[:Category:01/19 psyops|01/19]] || [[NASA]] || <small>Images from July 1 to 3, 2013 by LORRI were the first by the probe to resolve Pluto and Charon as separate objects.</small> || [[Pluto]], [[Charon]] || [[moons of Jupiter]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiNewHorizons group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Horizons Wikipedia - New Horizons]</ref>
 
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| '''Juno''' || align=center | [[:Category:2011 psyops|2011]] || align=center | [[:Category:08/05 psyops|08/05]] || [[NASA]] || <small>Juno carries a plaque to Jupiter, dedicated to Galileo Galilei. The spacecraft also carries three Lego minifigures representing Galileo, the Roman god Jupiter, and his sister and wife, the goddess Juno.</small> || [[Jupiter]] || [[Earth]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiJuno group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juno_(spacecraft) Wikipedia - Juno]</ref>
 
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| '''Curiosity rover''' || align=center | [[:Category:2011 psyops|2011]] || align=center | [[:Category:11/26 psyops|11/26]] || [[NASA]] || <small>In December 2012, '''Curiosity's two-year mission was extended indefinitely'''. On August 5, 2017, NASA celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Curiosity rover landing and related exploratory accomplishments on the planet Mars. Curiosity's design will serve as the basis for the planned Mars 2020 rover. As of March 15, 2018, Curiosity has been on Mars for 1993 sols (2047 total days) since landing on August 6, 2012.</small> || [[Mars]] ||  || align=center | <ref name=CluesCuriotouch group="Cluesforum">[http://www.cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?p=2371573#p2371573 Cluesforum: CURIOSITY ROVER touchdown]</ref><br><ref name=WikiCuriosity group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curiosity_(rover) Wikipedia - Curiosity rover]</ref>
 
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== Satellites ==
 
Allegedly there are thousands of man-made satellites in Space. A selection:<ref name=WikiSatelliteFirsts group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_communications_satellite_firsts Wikipedia - List of communications satellite firsts]</ref>
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
! Name !! [[:Category:Psyops by year|Year launched]] !! [[:Category:Psyops by date|Date launched]] !! Operator !! Description !! Notes
 
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| '''Sputnik''' || align=center | [[:Category:1957 psyops|1957]] || align=center | [[:Category:10/04 psyops|10/04]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Russia|Soviet Union]] || First satellite || align=center | <ref name=WikiSputnik group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sputnik Wikipedia - Sputnik]</ref>
 
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| '''Telstar 1''' || align=center | [[:Category:1962 psyops|1962]] || align=center | [[:Category:07/11 psyops|07/11]] || [[NASA]] || First communication satellite, first Transatlantic broadcast || align=center | <ref name=WikiTelstar1 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telstar#In_service Wikipedia - Telstar 1]</ref>
 
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| '''Relay 1''' || align=center | [[:Category:1962 psyops|1962]] || align=center | [[:Category:12/13 psyops|12/13]] || [[NASA]] || First Transpacific broadcast to Japan, of the [[assassination of JFK]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiRelay1 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relay_program#Relay_1 Wikipedia - Relay 1]</ref>
 
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| '''Syncom 2''' || align=center | [[:Category:1963 psyops|1963]] || align=center | [[:Category:07/26 psyops|07/26]] || [[NASA]] || First geosynchronous satellite || align=center | <ref name=WikiSyncom group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syncom Wikipedia - Syncom]</ref>
 
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| '''Syncom 3''' || align=center | [[:Category:1964 psyops|1964]] || align=center | [[:Category:08/19 psyops|08/19]] || [[NASA]] || First geostationary satellite, first Olympic broadcast || align=center | <ref name=WikiSyncom group="MSM"/>
 
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== Space telescopes ==
 
Allegedly numerous Space telescopes are floating in Space. The data acquired by these telescopes is used in astronomy on Earth. It remains to be researched if the data is actually coming from Earth-based telescopes or made up or a combination of both.<ref name=WikiSpaceTelList group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_space_telescopes Wikipedia - List of Space telescopes]</ref> New missions are planned for the future.<ref name=WikiSpaceTelFutList group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_proposed_space_observatories Wikipedia - List of planned Space observatories]</ref>
 
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
! Name !! [[:Category:Psyops by year|Year launched]] !! [[:Category:Psyops by date|Date launched]] !! Operator !! Notes
 
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| '''Hipparcos''' || align=center | [[:Category:1989 psyops|1989]] || align=center | [[:Category:08/08 psyops|08/08]] || [[ESA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiHipparcosSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hipparcos Wikipedia - Hipparcos Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''Hubble''' || align=center | [[:Category:1990 psyops|1990]] || align=center | [[:Category:04/24 psyops|04/24]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiHubbleSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubble_Space_Telescope Wikipedia - Hubble Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''Compton Gamma Ray Observatory''' || align=center | [[:Category:1991 psyops|1991]] || align=center | [[:Category:04/05 psyops|04/05]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiComptonSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Compton_Gamma_Ray_Observatory Wikipedia - Compton Gamma Ray Observatory]</ref>
 
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| '''SOHO''' || align=center | [[:Category:1995 psyops|1995]] || align=center | [[:Category:12/02 psyops|12/02]] || [[NASA]], [[ESA]] || align=center | <ref name=CluesforumSOHO group="Cluesforum">[http://cluesforum.info/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=1583&p=2396129 SOHO data - Fake orbits] - [[User:Gaia|Gaia]]</ref><ref name=WikiSOHOSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_and_Heliospheric_Observatory Wikipedia - SOHO Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''Chandra X-ray Observatory''' || align=center | [[:Category:1999 psyops|1999]] || align=center | [[:Category:07/23 psyops|07/23]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiChandraSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chandra_X-ray_Observatory Wikipedia - Chandra X-ray Observatory]</ref>
 
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| '''Odin''' || align=center | [[:Category:2001 psyops|2001]] || align=center | [[:Category:02/20 psyops|02/20]] || SSC ([[:Category:Psyops in Sweden|Sweden]]) || align=center | <ref name=WikiOdinSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Odin_(satellite) Wikipedia - Odin Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''INTEGRAL''' || align=center | [[:Category:2002 psyops|2002]] || align=center | [[:Category:10/17 psyops|10/17]] || [[ESA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiINTEGRALSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/INTEGRAL INTEGRAL]</ref>
 
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| '''Spitzer''' || align=center | [[:Category:2003 psyops|2003]] || align=center | [[:Category:08/25 psyops|08/25]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiSpitzerSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spitzer_Space_Telescope Wikipedia - Spitzer Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''Swift''' || align=center | [[:Category:2004 psyops|2004]] || align=center | [[:Category:11/20 psyops|11/20]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiSwiftSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Gehrels_Swift_Observatory Wikipedia - Swift]</ref>
 
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| '''Fermi''' || align=center | [[:Category:2008 psyops|2008]] || align=center | [[:Category:06/11 psyops|06/11]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiFermiSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fermi_Gamma-ray_Space_Telescope Wikipedia - Fermi Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''Kepler''' || align=center | [[:Category:2009 psyops|2009]] || align=center | [[:Category:03/07 psyops|03/07]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiKeplerSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler_(spacecraft) Wikipedia - Kepler Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''Planck'''/'''Herschel''' || align=center | [[:Category:2009 psyops|2009]] || align=center | [[:Category:05/14 psyops|05/14]] || [[ESA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiPlanckSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planck_(spacecraft) Wikipedia - Planck Space Telescope]</ref><br><ref name=WikiHerschelSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herschel_Space_Observatory Wikipedia - Herschel Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''WISE''' || align=center | [[:Category:2009 psyops|2009]] || align=center | [[:Category:12/14 psyops|12/14]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiWISESpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wide-field_Infrared_Survey_Explorer Wikipedia - WISE]</ref>
 
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| '''IRIS''' || align=center | [[:Category:2013 psyops|2013]] || align=center | [[:Category:06/27 psyops|06/27]] || [[NASA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiIRISSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interface_Region_Imaging_Spectrograph Wikipedia - IRIS]</ref>
 
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| '''Gaia''' || align=center | [[:Category:2013 psyops|2013]] || align=center | [[:Category:12/19 psyops|12/19]] || [[ESA]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiGaiaSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaia_(spacecraft) Wikipedia - Gaia Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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| '''Astrosat''' || align=center | [[:Category:2015 psyops|2015]] || align=center | [[:Category:09/28 psyops|09/28]] || ISRO ([[:Category:Psyops in India|India]]) || align=center | <ref name=WikiAstrosatSpace group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrosat Wikipedia - Astrosat Space Telescope]</ref>
 
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== Exoplanets ==
 
It is claimed that hundreds of exoplanets have been discovered. The source of the discoveries varies from ground-based telescopes to the Keppler and Hubble Space Telescope space props.<ref name=WikiExplanetFirsts group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_exoplanet_firsts Wikipedia - List of exoplanet firsts]</ref>
 
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
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! style="width:15%" | Name !! style="width:8%" | [[:Category:psyops by year|year]] !! style="width:8%" | [[:Category:Psyops by date|date]]  !! "width:15%" | Discovered by<br><small>Space-based in bold</small> !! style="width:25%" | Description !! style="width:8%" | [[Psyop#Types|Type]] !! style="width:11%"| Location !! "width:10%" | Notes
 
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| '''HD 114762 b''' || align=center | [[:Category:1989 psyops|1989]] || align=center | [[:Category:05/04 psyops|05/04]] || [[McDonald Observatory]] || First discovered exoplanet<br>"Suspected" in 1984, discovered in 1989<br>Confirmed in 1991 || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Texas|Texas]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiHD114762b group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HD_114762_b Wikipedia - HD 114762 b]</ref><br><ref name=WikiHD114762BFrench group="MSM">[https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/HD_114762_Ab Wikipedia - HD 114762 b (fr)]</ref>
 
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| '''51 Pegasi b''' || align=center | [[:Category:1995 psyops|1995]] || align=center | [[:Category:10/06 psyops|10/06]] || [[Haute-Provence Observatory]] || First visible light discovered exoplanet || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Chile|Chile]] || align=center | <ref name=Wiki51Pegasib group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/51_Pegasi_b Wikipedia - 51 Pegasi b]</ref>
 
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| '''Fomalhaut b''' || align=center | [[:Category:2003 psyops|2003]] || align=center | [[:Category:11/13 psyops|11/13]] || '''[[Hubble Space Telescope]]''' || First "directly imaged" exoplanet<br>Informally named after Semitic deity Dagon || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiFormalhautb group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fomalhaut_b Wikipedia - Formalhaut b]</ref><br><ref name=WikiDagon group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dagon Wikipedia - Dagon]</ref>
 
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| [[WASP-12 b]] || align=center | [[:Category:2008 psyops|2008]] || align=center | '''[[:Category:04/01 psyops|04/01]]''' || SuperWASP || Due to its extremely close orbit to its star, it has one of the lowest densities for exoplanets ('inflated' by the flux of energy from the star). The planet takes only a little over a day to orbit the star. May have an exomoon. '''"Egg-shape planet"''' || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiWASP12b group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WASP-12b Wikipedia - WASP-12b]</ref>
 
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| [[Kepler-7 b]] || align=center | [[:Category:2010 psyops|2010]] || align=center | [[:Category:01/04 psyops|01/04]] || '''[[Kepler Space Telescope]]''' || One of the first five exoplanets to be confirmed by NASA's Kepler spacecraft, and was confirmed in the first 33.5 days of Kepler's science operations. '''"Styrofoam planet"''' || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiKepler7b group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-7b Wikipedia - Kepler-7b]</ref>
 
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| [[Kepler-11]] || align=center | [[:Category:2011 psyops|2011]] || align=center | [[:Category:02/02 psyops|02/02]] || '''[[Kepler Space Telescope]]''' || 6 exoplanets within an orbital range smaller than Venus's, richest exoplanetary system found. || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiKepler11 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-11 Wikipedia - Kepler-11]</ref>
 
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| [[Kepler-16 b]] || align=center | [[:Category:2011 psyops|2011]] || align=center | [[:Category:09/15 psyops|09/15]] || '''[[Kepler Space Telescope]]''' || The planet orbits in a circumbinary orbit around a (K-type) and (M-type) binary star system. It has been called '''"Tatooine planet"''', "Again and again we see that the '''science is stranger and weirder than fiction'''" said John Knoll, a '''visual effects supervisor''' at Industrial Light & Magic, who worked on several of the movies. || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiKepler16b group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-16b Wikipedia - Kepler-16b]</ref>
 
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| [[Kepler-35 b]] || align=center | [[:Category:2012 psyops|2012]] || align=center | [[:Category:04/19 psyops|04/19]] || '''[[Kepler Space Telescope]]''' || The proximity and eccentricity of the binary star as well as both stars have similar masses results '''the planet's orbit to significantly deviate from Keplerian orbit'''. || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiKepler35 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-35 Wikipedia - Kepler-35b]</ref>
 
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| [[Kepler-64 b]] || align=center | [[:Category:2012 psyops|2012]] || align=center | [[:Category:10/15 psyops|10/15]] || '''[[Kepler Space Telescope]]''' || The first known transiting planet in a quadruple star system, first known circumbinary planet in a quadruple star system, and the first planet in a quadruple star system found. It was the first confirmed planet discovered by PlanetHunters.org. || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiKepler64b group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PH1b Wikipedia - Kepler-64b]</ref>
 
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| [[Kepler-444]] || align=center | [[:Category:2015 psyops|2015]] || align=center | [[:Category:01/27 psyops|01/27]] || '''[[Kepler Space Telescope]]''' || 5 exoplanets smaller than Earth in an orbital range smaller than Mercury. Sun-like but old star and 2 red dwarfs. || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiKepler444 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kepler-444 Wikipedia - Kepler-444]</ref>
 
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| [[TRAPPIST-1]] || align=center | [[:Category:2017 psyops|2017]] || align=center | [[:Category:02/22 psyops|02/22]] || '''[[Spitzer Space Telescope]]'''<br>[[Very Large Telescope]] || 7 exoplanets around red dwarf, all supposedly tidally lockedin a smaller orbital range than Mercury. || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Space|Space]] || align=center | <ref name=WikiTRAPPIST1 group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TRAPPIST-1 Wikipedia - TRAPPIST-1]</ref>
 
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|}
 
 
== Asteroids ==
 
{| class="wikitable sortable"
 
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! style="width:15%" | Name !! style="width:8%" | [[:Category:psyops by year|year]] !! style="width:8%" | [[:Category:Psyops by date|date]]  !! "width:15%" | Discovered by<br><small>Space-based in bold</small> !! style="width:25%" | Description !! style="width:8%" | [[Psyop#Types|Type]] !! style="width:11%"| Location !! "width:10%" | Notes
 
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| '''911 Agamemnon''' || align=center | [[:Category:1919 psyops|1919]] || align=center | [[:Category:03/19 psyops|03/19]] || [[Heidelberg Observatory]] || The largest Jupiter trojans and a suspected binary asteroid from the Greek camp, approximately 160 km (100 mi) in diameter || [[psience]]<br>[[Space]] || [[:Category:Psyops in Germany|Germany]] || align=center | <ref name=Wiki911Agamemnon group="MSM">[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/911_Agamemnon Wikipedia - 911 Agamemnon]</ref>
 
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|}
 
  
 
== Pictures of Earth ==
 
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* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyUrw8TJDHM No Photographs of Earth!]
 
* [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yyUrw8TJDHM No Photographs of Earth!]
  
=== NASA ===
 
* [https://eyes.nasa.gov/ NASA's Eyes - Space exploration software]
 
  
 
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HiRISE image of MSL during EDL (refined)

Field of research investigating media fakery, science fakery etc. used by the space agencies, such as NASA to present to the public material about alleged space travel, Moonlandings and other fictional stories.
Fakeologist:[Fakeologist 1]

"NASA is the myth creator for Space"


Template
To start info collection and analysis of a psyop you can use this page: Template for Psyop page. Open the link, copy the content (edit mode) and then chose from the list below the psyop (official name) you want to research. Enter the copied content from the template page and you can start adding your information based on the formatting.

Other lists

Space fakery

NASA, Soviet Space Program, other agencies

Name From year date To year date Types Location Information
Soviet space program,
Yuri Gagarin,
Earth orbit,
Manned mission
1961 04/12 1961 04/12 space travel psyops Soviet Union [MSM 1][Cluesforum 1]
NASA,
Apollo program
Moon mission
Manned mission
Moon landing
1961 07/16 1972 12/19 space travel psyops United States [Fakeologist 2][Fakeologist 3][Cluesforum 2]
NASA,
Apollo program,
Moon mission,
Manned mission,
Moon landing,
Apollo 11
1969 07/20 1969 07/21 space travel psyops United States [Fakeologist 4][Fakeologist 5][Fakeologist 6][Fakeologist 7]
[Fakeologist 8][Fakeologist 9][Cluesforum 3][Cluesforum 4]
NASA
Apollo program
Moon mission
Manned mission
Moon landing
Apollo 13
1970 04/11 1970 04/17 space travel psyops United States [Fakeologist 10][MSM 2]
NASA,
Skylab
1973 05/14 1979 07/11 space travel psyops United States [Cluesforum 5][MSM 3]
NASA,
Space shuttle program,
Challenger Disaster
1986 01/28 1986 01/28 space travel psyops United States [Cluesforum 6][1][MSM 4]
NASA,
Pale Blue Dot
1990 02/14 1990 02/14 space travel psyops United States [MSM 5]
NASA,
Space Shuttle
1992 05/07 2011 05/11 space travel psyops United States [MSM 6][Cluesforum 7][Cluesforum 8] [Cluesforum 9][Fakeologist 11][Fakeologist 12] [Fakeologist 13][Fakeologist 14][Fakeologist 15]
NASA,
ISS is lunched
1998 11/20 space travel psyops United States [Cluesforum 10][MSM 7]
NASA,
ISS
Max Shuttleworth in space, calling Nelson Mandela, promoting AIDS research
2002 04/25 2002 05/05 space travel psyops United States [Fakeologist 16][MSM 8]
NASA,
Mars Science Laboratory
Launch
2011
11/26 Landing 2012 08/06 space travel psyops United States [MSM 9][Cluesforum 11]


Pictures of Earth

Allegedly the first so-called photo of the Earth was taken by Apollo 8 in 1968.[MSM 10] But there is an earlier one, from Lunar Orbiter 5 in 1967.[MSM 11]

See also

References

Fakeologist

Clues Forum

Other

Mainstream

External links

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