My first question is that after Neil Armstrong did any other missionaries were sent to the Moon?  Secondly, what about the fact that there are aliens on the Moon on the other side as mentioned by Neil Armstrong that they saw base camp?  How much is true?

It is not true.  On the basics, twelve American Apollo astronauts landed on the Moon between 1969 and 1972, as described in several past answers (use the search engine to find them), bu they were not “missionaries”.  There were no aliens on the Moon.  Armstrong and other Apollo astronauts saw no evidence of aliens either on the near-side or the far-side of the Moon.  You seem to be confusing science fiction with reality, or else believing false stories on the Internet.  Believe me, reality is more interesting than this sort of fantasy, and in addition it is real.

David Morrison

NLSI Interim Director

November 23, 2007

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    McMath‐Pierce telescope observed sodium (Na) emission from LCROSS impact on October 9, 2009.When the Lunar Crater Observing and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) impacted Cabeus crater on October 9th, it pitched up frozen water along with some sodium, astronomers reported today.

    According to the LCROSS team, the impact event pitched up about 660 pounds of water frozen on the bottom of the crater. NLSI researcher R. M. Killen at NASA’s Goddard Spaceflight Center reported that the plume also contained about 3.3 pounds of sodium chloride.

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