ʝʊdɛօ-Masonic controlled NASA moves to pocket a nice 39 billions to put a woman on the Moon.
Their Michoud green screen warehouse facilities pocket a lot of money too.
Some years ago there was that Mars initiative that siphoned off billions ... even though they had no intention (much less ability) to send men to Mars. It's been a racket since the beginning.
Just a little secret here about NASA, since I worked there from 2001-2005 (Glenn Research Center in Cleveland). 90%+ of the "civil servants" (takes a lot of nerve to refer to themselves as servants of the public when they were literally leeching off the taxpayers ... as I'll explain later), actual government employees (as opposed to contractors), are absolutely and utterly incompetent. By the time I was there, it was literally impossible for a white male to land a job as a "civil servant". If you were not a female and/or a minority, you need not apply. They basically told you that openly. These were coveted jobs because once you got them, you were set for life and there was nothing you could do short of criminal activity that would get you fired.
NASA is a welfare state for people with science and technology degrees. They had a free daycare facility (which people in the private sector have to pay thousands a month for) and cafeteria, a bank, a Post Office, and a health center (gym) on the facility ... and people used a good part of their day when they were supposed to be working to do personal business. There was one guy named Klaus, who spent literally all day at the gym. He was a joke around Glenn, but of course nothing was ever done. So they spent their entire day on personal stuff, and that's when they bothered to show up at all. Some of the civil servants would disappear for weeks at a time and obviously were not working. On top of that, they had incredibily generous vacations (some of them disappeared for the whole summer every year), amazing government pension programs, and simply could not get fired. That's not to mention that their rate of pay was about 20% above private sector for the same jobs, and most of them who work there are unemployable in the private sector. There was one woman (their salaries are public due to being government) was making $140K, and this was 10 years ago, to be a software engineer, and this idiot literally could not write a single line of code if her very life literally depended on it. She had a double-digit IQ and laughed at meetings about being incompetent. She literally did nothing there. Because the civil servant crew are all incompetents, affirmative-actions jobs, etc. ... they have to hire tons of contractors do to all the actual work. That's where I came in. WE wrote all the software because these clowns couldn't code their way out of a wet paper bag. All they did was show up at meetings and pretend they were managing the project even though they usually didn't say two words in these meetings.
Speaking of not being able to get fired short of criminal activity, there was a group at NASA Glenn which became a joke. It was called the "wind tunnel advocacy group". NASA Glenn had one of the few large scale "wind tunnels" in the world, for testing aerodynamics. It's been falling into disuse since software is so good now it can simulate aerodynamic conditions. So this group wrote letters to various industry advocating (i.e. advertisizing) for them to make use of the wind tunnel. Well, those who were so inept and incompetent (the bar was incredibly high, you basically had to rub someone the wrong way), those people would not be fired but got sent to the "wind tunnel advocacy group".
On top of that, you had to have certain political opinions there. I was working there right after 9/11, and there was one guy on a NASA message board (yes, lots of people who "worked" there spent half their day on these boards or surfing the web, except most conspiracy sites were blocked by their firewall), and I gently disagreed with a guy who claimed we should "turn Afghanistan into a sheet of glass". I objected because the people there had nothing to do with what happened (didn't even mention my beliefs about it being an inside job ... as I knew to keep those to myself). So one day two jack-boot thugs (from security) bust into my office (that I shared with my manager) and ripped into me in front of my boss for my comments on the message board. I asked whether there's freedom of speech in this country, and they basically said "not when you work for the government". My boss later told me that "everyone" wanted me fired and that I was lucky to still have a job. That helped inspire me to find something else.
These people were absolutely insane too, inflated with their own sense of self importance. They once evaculated the place because one guy had dropped some powdered sugar on a table from a donut and they decided it could be anthrax. I kid you not that shortly after 9/11 one woman misplaced her purse and claimed it was stolen, and they were treating it as a potential act of "terrorism". On another occasion, there was a disgrunteld employee who cut some wires on a piece of hardware (it was because his software didn't work so he wanted to blame the hardware for the failure in testing) ... and they made a terrorist investigation of it. During this investigation, they called every person who worked in the building in and interrogated them. They called out this one guy (a friend of mine) for being a member of the NRA (they evidently did thorough background checks on each person) and were basically threatening to get him fired for being part of the NRA, implying that meant he was a potential terrorist. They checked everyone's picture IDs at a gated entrance to the facility and always acted like it was some top-secret military base ... just to inflate their sense of self-importance.
And the "scientists" were no more competent than the software people ... with all the same things above applying. They were jokers who couldn't get a job teaching High School science if they hadn't gotten their welfare jobs at NASA ... and spent most of their day supervising contractors (or pretending they were supervising), surfing the web, occasionally writing some paper about something, and doing their personal business all day on the taxpayer clock. Oh, and doing training. That was another huge joke there. NASA was constantly paying for free "training" for their civil servants, to the point that they probably spent half of any given year in "training", where they took classes about this, that, or the other thing, often in areas that had nothing to do with their job. These software engineers (so-called) should have been software geniuses given all the training they took, but it was just an excuse for them to blow off even attending meetings, and they paid no attention and learned nothing, nor were they capable of absorbing any of it.
I've already addressed how compartmentalized the place was. We had teams of a dozen people working on the hardware and software for a box that was literally the size of a bread basket. NOBODY there had any idea of how the little thing they worked on fit into the bigger picture. So, no, it doesn't take 10,000 genius people to all lie in order to cover up NASA lies. Of every 10,000 people who worked at NASA, you probably had 5 who know anything about any kind of bigger picture, and probably only a subset of those knew about the larger cօռspιʀαcιҽs and lies. NASA is as corrupt as any government institution.
So when someone asks me how I could have worked at NASA and have such a poor opinion of it ... please see above. Very few people outside of NASA have any clue and are propagandized to consider anyone who worked at NASA to be some kind of genius "rocket scientist". In fact, every job I've gotten since then, the hiring mangers were impressed by my having worked at NASA. I didn't want to burst his bubble about what a clown show that place is ... plus, hey, if it helps me get hired, so much the better. NASA spent a HUGE amount of their obscene budget on PR and propaganda, have visitor centers and lots of media that they put out. Some of us believe that even more money than they'll admit is spent on video productions. And the people who worked there walk around with their noses up in the air and will mention to every random person standing in line at McDonald's that they work at NASA. And that helps them buy into the crap at NASA even more. One could write a an entire book about how corrupt and incompetent NASA is.