Amateur astronomer shows an “alien spacecraft” on the moon

An alien ship appears to be perched on the surface of the Moon, with the naked eye via Google Moon

How many things are there on our satellite, whether natural or artificial, that space agencies don’t talk about? From anomalies in different missions to astrophysicists capturing “stuff” on the Moon…

The moon, as such, to this day remains a mystery, because to date they do not agree on whether it formed with the Earth or came from another star system.

But a few years ago, the ufological researcher Giavedoni Eric discovered in a specific area of ​​the Moon an object that can be seen with the naked eye that is dark in color and that at the same time appears to be metallic.

The object is elongated and bright parts are perfectly differentiated that indicate that it is made of some metallic material, although it is not possible to know if it was really captured by the  lunar satellite  if when it was photographed it was perched or it was another accident.

Perhaps even from perspective we are talking about two identical objects or ships, since changing the position is what the image tells us, but that is if they are very close to each other.

The Giavedoni Eric channel also records the dimensions of the object, which is approximately 190 meters long by 40 meters high.

From his point of view, “he speaks of only one ship, perhaps because the impact caused it to split in two, because the ship seems to have impacted the surface.”

Without a doubt, we are dealing with an anomalous object, which in reality has nothing to do with a stone or a meteor or asteroid impact.

On the contrary, it seems to be one more proof of what they hide, and it may explain why they have not continued to visit the moon to this day.

The official version is that the budget ran out and that they already had everything they needed, but if they had continued to rise from the day they visited, today they would have a permanent base there.

 

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