‘UFO’ Spotted on Moon in Apollo 15 Mission Photo
A YouTube uploader claims to have found a UFO near the surface of the moon during the Apollo 15 mission.
According to UFO Sightings Daily, “This UFO was found by Streetcap1 of Youtube. It shows a rock-like craft which could easily hide on the surface of the moon (drone or AI) and fly after any intruder to their airspace.”
It adds: “This one is a solid. I mean, think in terms of a 3D printer making a USAF drone…but making it solid to give it strength. That would make it 1000X stronger and if its a drone or AI, it will last much longer if its tech is all inside of the metals.”
The image of the alleged UFO was sourced from a photo taken during the Apollo 15 mission–the ninth manned mission, which started July 26, 1971.
The “UFO” in question has an odd shape and could just be an asteroid or a piece of space debris.
The original YouTube uploader says that the object is a “large vehicle,” and added: “I have not seen this before and did a thorough check on Google using the full link. Apologies if this has been posted before by someone else. Looks like this link has been removed already.”
People have been claiming to have spotted UFOs or alien objects in NASA photos of the moon for decades.
In mid-October, a Huffington Post blogger claimed to have spotted “strange objects zipping across the moon.”
“In early October, Crow Tripplehorn — a frequent moon observer who shoots high definition videos through an 8-inch telescope — captured intriguing footage of a seemingly unusual object flying above the lunar surface,” the blogger said.
“I see nothing to indicate that the object was computer generated. Having said that, the video also lacks anything that would have me believe the object is something other than a conventional satellite,” said ex-FBI Special Agent Ben Hansen of the recent finding.
“The sun’s reflection off the moon backlights the object, and we would expect it to look silhouetted, which it does,” Hansen added. “Regarding the ‘halo’ light the videographer mentions, a video artifact called ‘pixel bleed’or ‘color bleed’ is quite common, especially when the video is compressed in editing. The result is more noticeable with magnification and appears as if the edges of objects are blurry or extend beyond the boundaries of each pixel.”