Oh no…another lunar anomaly was discovered. Apparently. The secret video was uploaded and created by an unidentified individual. Did NASA forgot to delete or manipulate this footage? Let’s climb aboard our imaginary bottle rocket and blastoff to the Moon!
Is the lunar surface really littered with alien artifacts? The universe is
pretty very big, and there’s plenty of room for tiny green things lurking in some dark corner of space. Or skinny tall grey things. Take your pick. Big or small—these hypothetical intergalactic vagabonds need a spacecraft runway…otherwise how will they get off the ground, right? Makes perfect sense.
The magical red arrows point toward two popular lunar geological features: Plato Crater (left side of frame) and the Caucasus Mountains (middle frame). But…hold on. Wait a minute.
Do you notice something that’s not supposed to be there?
Take a look very closely.
There’s a straight line cut through the lunar Alpes (Montes Alpes / Vallis Alpes). The feature is unmistakable once you know where to look. Take a peak inside the center of the red circle. Yup. That must be the spacecraft runway…right?
Of course it is! The geological feature is unnaturally symmetrical compared to the immediate surroundings. Let’s take a gander at some more grainy imagery.
There’s no denying it—the spacecraft runway is not a digital artifact or some kind of momentary camera abstraction. The feature is real, and it’s worthy of closer inspection.