On May 19, 1961, the Soviet Union succeeded in sending Venera-1, an unmanned probe, on a relatively close pass of the planet Venus. Sort of. The probe succeeded in its mission, was able to fly within 100,000 kms of the planet and even enter a heliocentric orbit in relatively close proximity to Venus, and, it seems took valuable surveys of the planet, its composition and the conditions in space in the immediate proximity. It even managed to do this despite the failure of several systems related to its automated course-guidance mechanisms.
The reason it wasn’t a complete success — and is, instead, widely regarded as a failure — is that all the data it accumulated proved useless. For some reason, the probe lost its ability to broadcast its findings back to Earth, meaning that while Venera-1 appears to have completed its mission admirably, none of its data made it home.
Or so they say.
We know, of course, that the data was all received here on Earth, and the findings put to good use by the Illuminati who form the secret world government in the sub-levels of the Denver airport, and even now they are planning secret terraforming missions to turn Venus into a secret tropical paradise for the world’s wealthiest and most powerful. You’ll see. Just you wait.