This is an exclusive interview of Dr. Steven Greer with American Astronaut Gordon Cooper. Gordon Cooper was one of the first American astronauts. He died on the 4th of October 2004 at an age of 77. He was one of the original Mercury astronauts that spearheaded the space program. He entered the Marine corps after graduating from high school in 1945. In 1959 be became a Mercury astronaut after passing some though physical and mental tests. At the news conference naming the future of America’s space program, Cooper was joined by Alan Shepard, Gus Grissom, John Glenn, M. Scott Carpenter, Walter Schirra Jr. and Deke Slayton. In 1963 he piloted the Faith 7 spacecraft that concluded the operational phase of Project Mercury. 2 years laterhe set a new space endurance record during a 120 revolution of the Gemini 5 mission. After his NASA career, Cooper became a believer in UFO’s and claimed that the governement was covering up the knowledge of extreterrerstrial life. “I believe that these extraterrestrial vehicles and their crews are visiting this planet from other planets, which obviously are a little more technically advanced than we are here on Earth,” he told a United Nations panel in 1985. During this interview, he states that he knows that for many years the government was covering up radar readings of UFO’s, objects unknown to human kind. The political administration tried to figure out how they could cover up the knowledge of extraterrestrial life, visiting earth. “There certainly have been too many people, very qualified people and qualified groups of people, that have had interface of one type or another with extraterrestrial craft or beings,” Cooper said. “To really deny that something is going on and deny that they definitely exist…we need a little more explanation.” Did he spearheaded the disclosure movement? Related Articles READ MORE: http://www.disclose.tv/news/steven_greer_interviews_astronaut_gordon_cooper__confirming_ufos/139143
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