1968 MOON PHOTO REVEALS A HUGE SPACECRAFT AND A 60 MILE HIGHWAY
An incredibly unusual image captured by the Lunar Orbiter which took multiple pictures of the Moon in 1967 to prepare for the 1968 Apollo mission Moon landing has emerged online.
The picture depicts a very strange object that appears to be approximately ten miles long lying inside the Manlius crater. The object, which can be seen quite clearly owing to the illumination of the Sun, has baffled observers as it appears to be an artificially created object of some kind.
RELEASED NASA PHOTOGRAPH APPEARS TO SHOW SPACECRAFT AND HIGHWAY ON THE SURFACE OF THE MOON
This has led to some theorists suggesting that the object is a variety of alien vessel. They have even suggested that the spacecraft was the real intended object of study for the Apollo moon missions and that it has been extensively examined by NASA over the years.
Detractors of this theory have suggested that the image is nothing more than an optical illusion caused by a depression in the twenty miles long Manlius crater. However, this theory has come under heavy critical fire as the contours of the object which are illuminated by the rays of the Sun appear to be casting shadows along the rim of the crater. This would suggest that the object is indeed solid and is not a mere trick of the light.
What is perhaps even more unusual than the object in the crater is the extraordinary smooth portion of land lying close by to it which appears to resemble some form of road. From the vantage point of this image, this road appears to cover a space of approximately sixty miles, although it may be a great deal longer than that. This road is more difficult for critics to explain away. While it would be expected that one would see natural erosion on the surface of the Moon, no naturally occurring phenomenon could feasibly create such a huge, even and smooth road-like construction on the lunar surface.
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