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Thursday, October 8, 2015

New NASA Photos Shows 3 Separate UFOs Watching Moon Landings

 
Do aliens exist? This inquiry is one of the most difficult so far. The main reason some people believed that foreign nationals and extraterrestrial creatures existed are because certain people are claiming to have testimonies about its existence. The mere fact that many people have already experienced witnessing the spacecraft be hovering in the sky leads to a more distinct evidence that an alien invasion is somewhat reasonable enough to be true. Though evidence such as video tapes and photos is escalating these days, people are still not sure about its authenticity.

NASA is a form of US government agency in charge of the civilian space program, aerospace, and aeronautics research. The prominent alien creature hunters launched a push to show aliens do exist by searching through thousands of freshly released NASA photos of the Moon landings. As a result, researchers claim to have seen three separate pictures showing strange humanoid creatures nearby the lunar surface following US space agency archive online.

Earlier this week, NASA released high-quality photographs taken from the Apollo missions. More than 8,400 were being uploaded to Flickr by the American space agency. One picture during Apollo 17 has become the breakthrough. According to the UFO spotters, it shows a strange triangular craft with lights on it. Whether the image is real or not is not a question as it was being taken from NASA. Triangle-shaped is a typical sighting seen by millions of people around the world. In fact, it occurred in Belgium and some other countries many times.

While many believe that they are secret military technology, there are those that think that they prove intelligent beings are visiting Earth. Another picture of Apollo 12 by Jason Hunter shows a glowing strange object watching the Apollo lander soar across the moon.

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