10 Mile Space-Craft

In 1968 a photo was taken on the mission of a Lunar Orbiter mission to the Moon which shows what seems to be a spacecraft that is at least 10 miles (16 km) long lying inside the Crater Manlius.

The photo was posted as a subject of a YouTube video listed below which was released on the 4th of October. It shows different close ups and light contrasts of the apparent spacecraft.

The object is mostly well illuminated by the sun, yet a part of it is in the shadows of the crater which is approximately 20 miles (34 km) in diameter, what seems to be a spacecraft cockpit is in shadows.

In reference to a blog post on UFO Sightings Daily, the object is a UFO that was being secretly studied by NASA, and the real target for upcoming Apollo Moon missions.

The Possibility of a Spacecraft and Lunar Highway.

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Source: Lunar Orbiter Photo Gallery (Frame 3073)

What seems to be a spacecraft was photographed by Lunar Orbiter III (frame 3073) that was sent in 1967 to map the moon for future Apollo missions.

Before its October 2014 “rediscovery,” the UFO in the photo was found in October 2007 and discussed on an online forum where the consensus was that it was a spacecraft of some kind.

A possible conclusion of the observed object is that it is an optical illusion based on a depression in the crater, yet not a space craft.

The contours of the object as it meets the shadow cast by the sun from the crater’s rim, however, appears to rule out such an explanation.

A more valid proof is the same Lunar Orbiter photo which appears to be the remains of a road that is approximately 60 miles (100 km) long on the moon’s surface.

The apparent road is surprisingly straight and covers the entire width of the Orbiter photo suggesting it is even longer. This suggests that it is not a natural depression on the lunar surface.

At least 10 miles long object captured by the Lunar Orbiter III does appear to be a huge spacecraft that is in static position on the surface of the Crater Manlius, rather than an optical illusion from a depression in the crater.

There can be artificial structures on the moon that is harder to dismiss which what appears to be the remains of an ancient lunar highway that is at least 60 miles long.

 

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