Extraterrestrial activity is becoming more common in our universe as of now. A UFO expert claims to find evidence of alien activity on the moon. The photos that NASA took during the Appollo 16 mission may just be evidence enough to prove the presence of alien life forms. However, this is not the only proof. Recently many researchers found signs of alien life in space which shows that it is all the more possible for aliens to stay in the moon.
UFO hunter Scott C Waring believes aliens are monitoring Earth just as we are trying to find them and claim to have an official NASA photo to back his claims. The prominent conspiracy theorist unearthed archival NASA photos were taken in 1972, which appears to show “glowing white clouds” on the surface of the planetary body.
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NASA UFO hunter claims aliens in Moon
UFO hunter Mr. Waring shared all these images on his website, ET Data Base where he claims finding an alien base in the south pole of the moon. While exploring NASA’s image atlas for the Apollo 16 mission, the UFO hunter Mr. Waring came across many images that have a glowing white cloud UFO on the far left of the panoramic image.
It is unknown if the cloud is a cloak for the craft or the cloud is the craft, but one thing is for sure, it moves fast and matched the speed of the Apollo module. According to him, the UFO or unidentified flying object was monitoring the Apollo 16 mission as it orbited the Moon.
The similarities to the Mars UFO seem to show it is a ship. However, not everyone was convinced, with one viewer suggesting the “glowing clouds” are simply a reflection on the spacecraft’s windows. This can very well be an explanation. However, we cannot be sure of the fact that there is no alien out there. Because recently NASA planned on sending robots to find aliens on Mars.
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Suryapratim Ray is an engineer, author, robotics hobbyist, and an active Quoran. Being a technical blogger, he covers the good, bad, and ugly of science on a regular basis at Sciencenews18. In addition to his passion for writing, he’s equally keen on learning classical music.