NASA administrator Bolden, no man to the moon
The truth is NASA has no idea how to land man on the moon.
NASA chief Charles Bolden said that the space agency won't be sending astronauts to land on the moon any time soon. The U.S. space agency won't be leading the way back to the moon in the foreseeable future, in order to maintain its focus on manned missions to an asteroid, and eventually to Mars.
This is what Bolden said during a joint meeting of the Space Studies Board and the Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board (April 4, 2013), according to a SpacePolitics.com report by Jeff Foust quoted Bolden saying. "NASA will not take the lead on a human lunar mission, ""NASA is not going to the moon with a human as a primary project probably in my lifetime. And the reason is, we can only do so many things."
Bolden also spoke very clearly on the subject during a congressional hearing about the project constellation in 2010, which aimed to send man to the moon by 2020. President Obama cancelled the project that was started by President George W. Bush. NASA had no idea how to land a man on the moon. Bolden stated:
"We would have a heavy lift launch vehicle with no capability of putting people on the surface of the moon" and "Money was really not the only problem."
He also says that they had no plans for how to build a lunar lander. Video Below at 3:14 Bolden almost said, we cannot go to the moon. What NASA did in the late sixties is impossible to do in the 21st century? NASA lost all documentation from the Saturn V heavy lift rocket and the Apollo moon lander. In the 60's they made something we have no idea how to recreate in 2018, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. NASA couldn't make it they just faked it.