The ambitious probe will orbit the moon before propelling down to the surface and unleashing a solar-powered moon rover to explore the lunar surface.” 
“Despite all the promises and science fiction movies, humans would not build bases on the Moon, mine for minerals or use it as a stepping stone to other planets. In fact, the Moon would soon be forgotten and ignored by space research – why?”
In an article entitled “Why NASA Never Went Back to the Moon: The Truth“, I have presented solid evidence that NASA encountered crafts of alien origin while exploring the moon.
“NASA is just a front for the public. Their budget is minuscule. Not enough money to really do anything but put a few probes in our solar system. The real space program falls in the military’s domain, mainly Air force and Navy. But the nice chemical rockets sure are fun to watch… Very few people from NASA are actually in the loop. They don’t know anything.” 
“There are two types of UFOs: the ones we build and the ones ‘they’ build.” – ‘they’ being a clear reference to extraterrestrials. 
“The encounter was common knowledge in NASA,” he revealed, “but nobody has talked about it until now.” 
SS Major Wernher von Braun was a rocket scientist who was adopted by the USA and put in charge of NASA. In 1975 he received the “National Medal of Science” from the US President.
“Radars picked up an unidentified target 120 miles west of Los Angeles. Antiaircraft batteries were alerted at 0215 and were put on Green Alert — ready to fire — a few minutes later. The AAF kept its pursuit planes on the ground, preferring to await indications of the scale and direction of any attack before committing its limited fighter force. Radars tracked the approaching target to within a few miles of the coast, and at 0221 the regional controller ordered a blackout. Thereafter the information center was flooded with reports of “enemy planes,” even though the mysterious object tracked in from sea seems to have vanished.”
All pictures from my collection are almost certainly authentic, though some of them seem to have been aesthetically improved. It was a common practice for professional photographers to correct or improve the pictures, because the cameras performed rather poorly back then. It is also possible that some of them have been improved (contrast, gamma, color) when ported to digital format.
So the Jackpot questions are: