• Rolling Cumulus - The Last Landing Missions

    Rolling Cumulus - The Last Landing Missions

    Elena Bartollini, the Italian astronomer and director of the Observatory of Trieste, Italy finished her watch in the 60 Inch Telescope at three A.M. and walked to her study wondering once more at what she had observed in one of the newest Moon craters.

    As she walked she kept thinking of the last two observing hours, she was convinced that her theory was correct--SOMEONE ARRIVED ON EARTH FROM THE MOON possibly millions of years YEARS! Now in March of 1939 she and YOU will fly on her expedition to the probable LAST LANDING of these mysterious aliens. Never has there been such a search and the outcome will surprise the whole world!

    Welcome Pilot...

    You are about to embark and fly a unique "RCS EXPEDITION". Get ready to put your detective talents to work in this incredible Mission that will need your talent flying in the outback of Bolivia...

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