What a Flight to Mercury Entails

What a Flight to Mercury Entails

Fraud Mission Control

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It is an ongoing deception to convince the public that there are trips to other planets. Therefore, let’s study Mercury.

We are informed that Mercury is the planet nearest to the sun and that its temperature ranges from +400C to -180C. Keeping these numbers in mind, let’s examine this further. According to the BBC story, zinc and tin will melt at these temperatures, but other metals will not. Fine, but there is much more to it than that. According to RT News, it is comparable to flying into a pizza oven.

How can a satellite constructed from other metals function in such temperatures? There are a number of metals that melt at a greater temperature, but this is not the issue. How can insulation be created to prevent the extreme heat from damaging the electrical circuitry? How can lubricants be safeguarded? How are transistors safeguarded? The space agencies hope you will not pose such inquiries. And, regrettably, very few individuals ask in the first place.

There will be communication relayed back to Earth from the satellites (there will be two on this voyage), and photographs will be captured. Not to mention the additional sensitive sensing equipment that will be monitoring the planet’s surface, such as for volcanic eruptions.

The exterior of the Mercury spacecraft may be composed of titanium, but how is the interior protected from heat? Titanium will not be utilised, obviously. If they claim that it will, then how do they explain the enormous weight? There are a hundred reasons why it is impossible to launch satellites into orbit. The first impediment is the earth-sealing firmament or dome. All other references to space travel are fictitious.

Here is a challenge you can issue to people who believe we can send a satellite to another planet: let’s conduct a test in front of the public right here on Earth. This test will involve placing the satellite in a room where temperatures can range from -180C to +400C. Then, let’s examine how it can perform all of the claimed capabilities. This shouldn’t be too difficult. After all, all tests must be conducted on earth in order to establish that it works; lab tests must be conducted so engineers may fix the design and make modifications. Why not then for the public?

The next time your friend discusses a satellite travelling to a planet and exclaims how incredible it is, you can respond without mentioning the flat earth. Just ask some simple questions such as:

  • How is it that oil does not break down in really high temperatures?
  • How is it that oil does not freeze at such frigid temperatures?
  • How can they create insulation that is so effective that it is unaffected?
  • If this insulation is so effective, why isn’t it commercially available?

How can a signal be delivered millions of miles and we receive such high-quality images while we cannot receive a cell phone signal when we are in the country, despite the fact that satellites are theoretically capable of beaming anywhere?

This should provoke thought, assuming the reader has any curiosity. You should be able to generate further questions to cast doubt on what your globe-earth friend is being taught. The goal is to make individuals question what they are told. Then, this may encourage individuals to consider more before agreeing with newspapers and authoritative figures.


About revealed4you

First and foremost I'm a Christian and believe that the Bible is the inspired word of Yahweh God. Introducing people to the Bible through the flat earth facts.
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