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Re: Japan to send probes to martian moons
Posted By: Lion O CyborgDate: 6/12/15 12:13 a.m.

In Response To: Japan to send probes to martian moons (ukimalefu)

: This is how it starts!

:
: http://gizmodo.com/japan-plans-to-explore-martian-moons-with-asteroid-prob-1710339992

: "JAXA, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, says it wants to scope
: out Phobos and Deimos, Marsí two moons, as early as 2022. Itíll nab
: samples thatíll tell us about Martian history and help us prepare for
: future manned missions to the planet itself. JAXA plans to build upon the
: tech it used with its history-making Hayabusa probe. In 2010, Hayabusa
: became the first probe ever to land on asteroids, collect dust samples,
: and ship Ďem back to Earth."

If NASA and the JAEA merged, then we'd get the UAC and then we might find Atlan outposts on Mars, Phobos and Deimos. Then we'd find teleportation technology, Hell would invade, we'd kick their asses then Deimos would begin conversion and the UESC would eventually form with the building of the Marathon.

http://www.mt.net/~watcher/cydoniacity.jpg

Maybe those Martian pyramids in Cydonia (above) are Jjaro built alongside the Atlans (a species of god including the Egyptian ones and those who founded Atlantis) to house the dead from the Atlan/demon wars.

Maybe the JAEA will also find the Soul Cube in one of the Cydonia structures.

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Japan to send probes to martian moonsukimalefu 6/11/15 2:55 a.m.
     Re: Japan to send probes to martian moonsHokuto 6/11/15 1:42 p.m.
     Re: Japan to send probes to martian moonsLion O Cyborg 6/12/15 12:13 a.m.

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