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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration - NASA - was established on July 29, 1958. Ever since that day, NASA has been at the forefront of efforts to explore outer space, resulting in the Apollo missions to the moon, the Skylab space-station, and today's space shuttle. But behind the open face of NASA, there is a much more mysterious world. NASA has been linked to a wealth of high-level cover-ups, including:

  • Claims that the Apollo moon landings of 1969 to 1972 were faked as part of an effort to demonstrate military and technological superiority over the former Soviet Union
  • NASA's role in hiding the truth about the controversial face on Mars - which many believe to be a carved structure, created in the remote past by long-extinct, indigenous Martians
  • NASA's deep and longstanding involvement in the famous UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico, in the summer of 1947

The NASA Conspiracies throws open all the doors that the Space Agency has kept closed for so long.

©2011 Nick Redfern (P)2017 Tantor

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When sources collide...

This book is not only interesting, it points towards so many other sources. Some of the sources I have looked into with my husband, and others made me realize that I have homework to do...

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • Dazicvs
  • 06-13-17

Don't waste your money.

The book elevates groundless speculation to a stratospheric level don't waste your money on it.

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  • Ian Mccaul
  • 09-18-17

Intriguing

Not for the tin hat wearers perhaps as the book begins by debunking the moon landing conspiracy and other 'out there' ideas.
The book is very easily listened to and often has the listener thinking 'oh that's interesting' and I'd like me researching in more detail. The NASA conspiracy is a genuine concern to all right minded people in the free world and paints a disturbing picture of cover up after cover up.

Obviously it's all open to individual beliefs but this audiobook is certainly worth a listen whatever side of the fence you sit on.
The performance is first rate and almost makes you feel as though the narrator is talking exclusively to the listener.
Highly recommended

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  • John
  • 04-19-17

One small step...

This in an interesting listen if you are new to conspiracy theories or interested then it is well worth a listen. Not too in depth to alienate and not too vague for tenured theorists

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  • LJLC
  • 04-07-17

Entertaining

Where does The NASA Conspiracies rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I like this book. Notice I don't say that I believe what's in it, but it was fun.

What about Shaun Grindell’s performance did you like?

A good, clear and flowing narration. Easy to listen to.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Cliched.

Any additional comments?

Thought provoking, yet improbable. Leaves me with a "what if half of it was true?" sort of feeling. Certainly well done and entertaining.