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1/20/2014 (1 year ago)

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Object has a mysterious array of lights, and is very large. NASA is mum.

A UFO hunter claims to have located a mysterious object on the moon and scientists remain unable to explain what it is. The object appears to have an artificial shape, leaving many to speculate about its origins.

This mysterious object hasn't been explained by NASA. It appears to be artificial in origin because of the pattern of light on its backside.

This mysterious object hasn't been explained by NASA. It appears to be artificial in origin because of the pattern of light on its backside.

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By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)

Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)

1/20/2014 (1 year ago)

Published in Technology

Keywords: Moon, UFO, spaceship, aliens, lunar, Google, bizarre, artifact


LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - A UFO spotter, known by the online handle "WowForReel" claims to have located a possible alien artifact on the surface of the moon, the Daily Mail reports. The object is located at lunar coordinates 22042'38.46N and 142034'44.52E. It can be seen on the Google Moon viewer.

The object -or whatever it may be, appears to be triangular in shape with seven bright spots arrayed in what appears to be artificial fashion. Some have speculated that it could be a lunar base, since the object is actually quite large.

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Others think it could be a partially buried spaceship.

NASA cameras have spotted bizarre objects on the surface of others world before, including the moon and Mars, which are among the most photographed. Mars was once thought to have the image of a human face on its surface, but detailed NASA studies conclusively proved the face to be an aggregation of sand dunes, which blew away in subsequent years.

In the lunar image, the most haunting aspect is the array of seven dots, in what looks like a precise "vee" formation. Precise arrays of anything are virtually nonexistent in nature. To see seven of anything arrayed in nature is unprecedented.

The object from a distance.

The mysterious anomaly from a distance.


It could be a crater, but it could also be a buried alien spacecraft, or a base from a time long before humans walked the Earth. The universe is nearly 14 billion years old, and in that time it is possible that an ancient, intelligent civilization could have passed our way, and perhaps written us off as a hopeless case, abandoning their lunar observation post.

Or, it could just be a crater with the seven points caused by reflections of boulders or by other surface features, in which case all of this could be chalked up to the human brain's predilection to see patterns where none truly exist.

In any case, the mysterious anomaly deserves a second look and we can be sure NASA is on the case, even if they haven't shared the images with Google yet -for some reason.

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