The crashed “Flying Saucer” on the surface of the Earth’s satellite

Mankind has long gazed into the vast expanse of the Universe in search of intelligent civilizations, but often does not notice what is very close by. One such example is the Moon, the Earth’s satellite, which is still an understudied object. Why is this the case and what can we learn from studying this celestial body?

Studying the Moon can bring us a lot of new knowledge about our planet and the Universe as a whole. First, the Moon is the closest celestial body to Earth, and studying it can give us insight into how our planet was formed. Second, the Moon may contain useful resources that could be used in the future to build space bases or to mine resources.

In addition, the surface of the Moon may contain traces of past life. Some scientists believe that the Moon may have been inhabited in the past, and studying its surface may help us understand what conditions were necessary for life to emerge.

But for some reason, mankind is fed fables about the imminent flight to Mars, while next to the Earth is no less interesting space object – the Moon, but no one is in a hurry to develop it for some reason.

The answer lies on the surface – the Moon may be a satellite of the Earth, but it, like the Earth itself, is not “ours” at all.

One of the most interesting artifacts on the surface of the moon is a UFO that crashed near the crater Giordano Bruno. About this object became known thanks to photographs taken by the automatic interplanetary station LRO. In the photos can be seen clearly pronounced shape of the object, which resembles the shape of the classic “flying saucer”.

The resolution of the satellite image taken from a height of 1450 meters is 0.60 m / pixel, respectively, the diameter of the object – 12 meters.

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