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NASA Shows A Rocket Like Object Launching Out Of The Moon

A big amount of images captured of the surface of the Moon were unveiled recently by NASA. These photos were taken by the astronauts and scientists during Apollo missions. After detailed analysis of these exclusive footages UFO researchers and space enthusiasts have found very unusual and interesting anomalies on the lunar surface. 


This specific photo was captured during the Apollo 11 mission on the 20th of July 1969 by either Neil Armstrong or Buzz Aldrin. A group of UFO hunters have spotted a curious detail: vessel looking object is rising out of one of the many craters that scatter the lunar surface.

There are few theories exist suggesting the Moon was once colonised or perhaps even created by advanced civilization of extra-terrestrial beings. The pictures, taken from the Lunar Orbiter satellite, appear to show two large structures on the moon’s surface.

These rectangular objects are buildings, one man claims, and are ‘undeniable proof’ of extra terrestrials. The claims come from UFO hunters secureteam10 which reports ‘alien activity’ on its YouTube channel.

strange-alien-structures-captured-on-lunar-orbiter-circling-the-moonThe three huge 'structures' on the moon. Photo:Secure Team

The moon is much older than Earth and is comprised of a huge quantity of highly surprising materials such as precious metals used for the construction of space travel technology and uranium enriched to a quality practically unheard of by scientists here on Earth.  The image depicting kind of alien vessel in take-off mode has encouraged the researchers and added fuel to their theories. However, others believe that this is a missile that was launched by NASA themselves, or even NASA may use this missile to destroy evidence of alien habitation on the Moon.

source: disclose

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