The prophecy of the last man on the moon
The last mission to the moon, Apollo 17, was carried out on December 7, 1972 and its landing was reported on December 11, 4 days after the spacecraft took off. For 22 hours, Eugene Cernan and Jack Schmitt took a moon tour, at least 35 km of walk, in which they managed to collect 110 kilos of lunar samples that would be studied once they reached the earth. The mission was successfully completed and when he returned to the planet on the 19th of that same month, an ABC columnist, in the midst of his narrative of the events, fulfilled a prophecy that is now to be fulfilled.
“There will be no more Americans who can make a trip to the moon, at least not in this century” and his words made sense years later, because after Apollo 17 there were no more missions to the natural satellite that merited astronauts and now, 45 years after that historic trip, it is possible that the first NASA expedition to the moon will be sent, ending the prophecy and changing history.
Trump will send man to the moon and fulfill the prophecy
Nobody expected that the president of the United States, Donald Trump, would be interested in sending the man to the moon after a 45-year abstinence, since not even Barack Obama, former president of the United States, had any intention of planning space trips in which astronauts would be needed. Trump said that not only did he want humans to set foot on the moon again, but one of his projects was to colonize Mars.
Eugene Cernan, in an interview in 2009, said that no matter how many years passed, the man had to return to the moon and on that occasion it would be for a longer time and not just hours. “It doesn’t matter if it’s 2015, 2018 or 2020, we’ll go back to satellite and continue to make history.