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Monday, June 15, 2015

UFO Sighting: Plane-Shaped UFO Found on Moon in Soviet Lunar Mission

 
Since the dawn of man, UFO sightings have been reported. These sightings are being recorded with cave drawings that date back to 8000 B.C.E. as well as the first actual documented cases starting back in the 1600s. When the first sighting occurred will forever remain a mystery. Therefore, it comes without surprise when several UFOs were reported in 1988 on the lunar surface. The editor of UFO sightings daily named Scott Waring claimed that discovered weird craft appears as plane-shaped UFO parked on the Moon’s surface in age-old Soviet images. He admitted seeing the strange object in the photographs of the old Soviet Russia moon. 

The prominent researcher further claimed to have worn through Russian photos from 1950s to 1970s that he found online. Spots included resemble an attack ship from Star Wars trilogy, but the researcher examined the lunar version instead. Among other things, he highlighted the screw-like strange object, which appeared like a longer version of “tie-fighter” or “wheel” with poles running through it. He says that such anomalies are proof that the moon was occupied during that time, just before the Soviet and US Lunar missions. Unfortunately, the findings appear to be the same to the fake headlines by less than serious UK publication, including revelations of buried London bus at the South Pole.

On his website, he posted how he thought that he had seen it all, but when he further examined at the NASA site, at the bottom part, there’s a Soviet Moon Images. After clicking, he was directed to the mental landscape site. He saw a strange stuff, but he believed that such objects were legit. Waring admitted having seen the similar corkscrew object on Mars in NASA pictures. In 2010 pictures, many believed that it was a UFO in Swastika parked in a crater, but there are also people who suggested that it was a hoax. From 1959 to 1976, the Soviet Lunar Programme involved the sending of unmanned aircraft to the Moon for landings and orbiting to gather samples and pictures of the surface.

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