Monday, April 12, 2010

The Real Reason Constellation Program Canceled

Washington- President Barack Obama's 2010 budget proposal plans to cancel the future moon mission, named Constellation Program, because of budgetary restraints. The real reason, according to unnamed inside sources is that the Secret Service and NASA informed the President at a top secret meeting held at the oval office that the original 1969 moon landing was in fact a hoax. The President was said to have yelled, "I knew it all along. You just can't get past that Van Allen radiation belt."  We have yet to confirm whether the President made a fist pumping gesture upon his exclamation.
 NASA officials said that they could fake another trip to the moon but thought the money would be better spent on a fake trip to Mars instead. Better to not got where no one has never been before, a NASA official was to have said.

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