NASA Did It Again! UFO Hunters Accuse Space Agency Of Shooting Down Europe’s Mars Lander: U.S. Wants Monopoly Of Space, Does Not Want ESA To Find Alien Life On Mars

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Oct. 20 2016, Updated 12:17 p.m. ET

UFO hunters have accused NASA of sabotaging the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Mars lander that lost communication about a minute before landing on Mars on Wednesday.

According to UFO conspiracy theorists discussing the latest space incident on Scott C. Waring’s UFO Sightings Daily blog, the mission of ESA’s ExoMars Schiaparelli lander was only to take samples of Martian soil, snap photos, and record videos of the Martian environment ahead of a life-hunting mission in 2020. But NASA sabotaged it because the U.S. government does not want any other space agency to land on Mars and discover that it has been covering up evidence of advanced and intelligent extraterrestrial life on the Red Planet.

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NASA, according to conspiracy theorists, is struggling to cover up evidence of the existence of advanced and intelligent alien beings on Mars by ensuring that no other nation is able to land a spacecraft on the planet.

NASA remains the only space program that has successfully conducted missions on the Martian surface. The ExoMars mission, managed jointly by Europe’s ESA and Russia’s Roscosmos, had hoped to follow in NASA’s footsteps.

“ESA has lost communication with the Mars lander right before it was about to land on Mars,” Waring announced to his blog readers in the latest post to his UFO Sightings Daily blog. “Oh…I wonder how that happened… cough… cough… sarcasm here.”

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“NASA did it again! But this time they sabotaged our European neighbors, our allies, our friends. NASA has a choke hold on the world.”

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