NASA takes a picture of 3 kilometers of UFO hovering above the moon crater.


A UFO specialist claims that NASA accidentally took a photo of a giant alien ship hovering above one of the craters on the moon. Based on the appearance of the UFO, the expert determined that it could be a biomechanical alien vessel.

Scott Waring of the ET database came across the photo after searching the images of Gigapan, a private company based in Portland, Oregon. It was founded through a collaborative project between NASA’s Ames Research Center and Carnegie Mellon University with the support of Google.

In the high-resolution interactive image of the Copernicus crater of the moon, Waring discovered a strange object in the middle of the photo. According to Waring, the object hovered above the lunar surface. This may mean that the object was still in use at the time of the photograph.

In contrast to earlier sightings of alien ships, Waring found that the object in NASA’s current photograph had no distinct shape. Instead, it resembled the various lunar rocks and hills surrounding it.

Waring speculated that the object might have been a biomechanical ship, which would explain its ambiguous shape. According to the UFO expert, biomechanical vessels are cultivated by aliens instead of being built. Due to its biomechanical nature, it is possible for the vessel to adapt to the appearance of its environment so as not to draw attention to itself.

Based on the size of the surrounding lunar features, Waring estimated that the object could be about 3 kilometers long.

In addition to the floating object, Waring also found a huge diamond-like structure on another photo of the moon. Like the floating object, the structure was located in the Copernicus crater.

According to Waring, the structure could have been a space station used for mining to extract valuable resources from the Moon. The UFO expert also saw glowing lights around the structure, which made him believe it was still functional.

Since both the floating object and the diamond structure were found in the same lunar crater and appear to be operational, it is possible that these two are related.


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Mette Frederiksen is a The Washington Newsday correspondent. With her coverage of general science, NASA and the interface between technology and society, Frederiksen has been in the Science Desk's Technology Beat since joining Washington Newsday in 2018.

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