NASA Admits Van Allen belt Orbital Limit For Astronauts – How About the Moon Trips? – Orion VDO

Starry News Taiwan - Paradise Post

Published on Aug 25, 2015

On December 5, 2014, NASA sent the Unmanned Orion spacecraft to a destination of 3,600 miles above the Earth, to promptly u-turn and return. What is at this important altitude? The “Van Allen” Radiation Belts, a 25,000 mile thick band of Lethal Radiation which surrounds the Earth, beginning at an altitude of about 1,000 miles. (The space station and space shuttle orbit at about 250 miles, safely below this dangerous radiation.)

The purpose of the Orion mission was to send two Geiger Counters into the Radiation Belts and then return them to earth, to see if Radiation Shielding could be developed IN THE FUTURE to protect crews from this Lethal Radiation Exposure, if they wished to SOME DAY travel FURTHER THAN THIS POINT INTO SPACE. When Bart Sibrel asked NASA to provide him, as a Journalist, with the Radiation Readings from the Geiger Counters onboard…

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