[FPSPACE] Is Russian "project SIRIUS" real or a scam?

JAMES E OBERG jameseoberg at comcast.net
Fri Sep 21 14:52:52 EDT 2018

Regarding that famous Nigerian scam,  recall that I personally verified nobody was stuck on Mir when Miles O'Brien and CNN had me 'reporting from aboard Mir' for CNN [actually, the hi-fi mockup in Wisconsin] live, during the final hours of the deorbit sequence. I took the opportunity to verify on air that "Mr. Obrien, be sure to beam me off in time."

> On September 21, 2018 at 12:54 PM Zeger Nuyens <dokter.nuyens at telenet.be> wrote:
> John Charles wrote:
> > And, also as Phil said, this might be a target for creative and attentive
> > scammers who have previously asked for money to bring home stranded African
> > cosmonauts from the Russian space station Mir.
> > John Charles
> > Houston, Texas
>    I think that African cosmonauts (if any) must be lying on the bottom 
> of the pacific ocean by now!
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