Did A UFO Just Passed By The Moon? And It Was Caught On Camera For The Nth Time!

Another mystery object has recently been caught on camera again as the Miami Observatory in Florida has streamed a feed of the lunar surface. Because of this happening, alien enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists are found to have been even more convinced that extraterrestrial life forms really do exist. UFO hunters  said that it is however unclear as to what the dark disc-shaped object is, but a renowned expert has claimed that it is a craft created by an intelligent species.

Another Evidence Of Alien Life, Exposed!

In one of his statements reported by Daily Mail, a renowned UFO hunter Scott C. Waring has claimed that the disc-shaped vehicle is not a typical man made object since there are not solar panel wings on it to gather energy. Waring explains that there are no antennas on it for transmitting, also the surface is not completely round, but has a rough edge to it. The UFO enthusiast has even likened the unknown object to be a bio-mechanically grown UFO.

Furthermore, The Sun has also revealed that a certain poster on YouTube refuted claims that it was an alien spaceship or even an object. On the other hand, experts have highly emphasized that this is definitely not the fist and they're certain that this will not be the last lunar-related UFO sighting or claims of an 'alien base' on the gray planet. Just recently last month, it was found that an "M-shaped" structure in NASA satellite photos is a base for extraterrestrials, while another weird object spotted in imagery from the space agency was dubbed as an 'alien antenna'.

Meanwhile, UFO enthusiasts believe that because of the video, it has given a clearer perspective of these spaceships going around and behind the lunar surface, which some think are stationed on the moon to protect it from humans; although some would even say that it could be nothing more than an optical illusion.

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