Leaked NASA Footage Proves Man Already Walked On Mars

According to this conspiracy theory, a manned mission to Mars took place in 1973 and nobody was told about it…

It wasn’t the first and it won’t be the last. The circumstances that arose from the astronauts setting foot on Mars are continuing.

After successfully landing man on the Moon, NASA and the U.S. Department of Defense initiated Project Horizon, an ambitious mission to set up a permanent stationary base on our satellite.

In the following years, a similar project received funding but its destination was millions of miles away. Codenamed Project Redsun, its aim was to successfully colonize the Red Planet. The first mission saw three astronauts taking the journey aboard a modified Saturn V left over from the discontinued Apollo Program.

Since Project Redsun was a joint operation between the U.S. and the USSR, a soviet cosmonaut accompanied the two famous American astronauts Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong. The rocket was launched from a ‘secret and absolutely isolated zone in Brazil.’ The absolute secrecy such a mission would require meant the entire affair was kept under a tight lid.

Buzz Aldrin Man on Mars
This leaked photo allegedly shows Buzz Aldrin on the surface of Mars

Mission control was established at Cocoa Beach, Florida and it governed Project Redsun’s first three launches. All subsequent missions were moved to and administrated from Area 51.

The first interplanetary flight arrived at its destination towards the end of 1971 and served as a reconnaissance mission. By that time, a second trip was already scheduled.

The launch took place on August 28, 1973 with the crew aboard the ISV Columbus consisting of Elliott See (commander), William B. Rutledge (pilot) and Vladimir Ilyushin. The 3-minute clip below was supposedly leaked from a collection of 16mm archival footage used in the training of NASA astronauts and Air Force pilots.

It shows astronauts aboard a spacecraft distancing itself from Earth as well as the arrival on the orbit of Mars. The details on the surface of the Red Planet are visible during the orbital flight.

While the authenticity of this clip was called into question, the idea that NASA sent manned missions to Mars is heavily vehiculated among conspiracy circles.

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Ragnar Larsen


  1. Last night I had a dream about being transported into outer space through some sort of station that conjoins to multiple space craft, and repels into space before releasing the ships into orbit.
    It was very vivid and detailed, so I’ve drawn up pictures to make sure I wouldn’t completely forget what I have seen. But the thing that stood out the most is the giant NASA sign on the side.
    I clearly remember seeing it and reading while dreaming.

  2. Quit destroying REAL research into the unknown by promoting this for your personal gain.

  3. you got that pic if so send it my way I research all kinds of random stuff, see if any of my previous cross reference with it. peace man

  4. Total crap. This is merely just words with zero data or anything verifiable. Do you know how long it takes to get to Mars and the effects of zero gravity for that duration? But we’re supposed to believe they made it there on a “leftover” Saturn V rocket?! Please use your brain! You’re embarrassing.

  5. Also, let’s say they did somehow manage to get there…how’d they get back?

  6. I used to work for NASA and the truth is that we already walked on Saturn
    by 1968. Before we even landed on the moon!!! The planets were aligned
    in such a way that a round trip to Saturn would take less time and fuel
    than to go to the moon. They did however “slingshot” around the moon to
    pick up speed.

  7. I do not know about this—-Look up “Solar Warden” conventional “rockets” are not (and were not) used in our secret space programs.—We have something MUCH better —“Field propulsion”. and several ships capable of interstellar flight.—and bases on the moon and mars.

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