During the Apollo missions, the crews were in charge of taking many photographs. In them, you can see strange bright and glowing objects that appear on or near the Moon.
The photographs show some strange images of these rare bright objects. They were captured on both the Apollo 11, 12, 13, 14 and 16 missions.
bright objects on the moon
During Apollo 13, the third mission to land on the Moon was to be carried out. An explosion in one of the oxygen tanks paralyzed the spacecraft during flight and the crew was forced to orbit the Moon and return to Earth without landing.
During the orbit of the Moon, the crew captured strange bright objects that were located on top and on the lunar surface.
Now, it seems that there is a kind of Lunar Industry, which has been maintained for at least the last 50 years in Plato\’s crater, since moving and flickering lights have been observed at the bottom of the crater.
Over more than 100 years, the British Royal Astronomical Society reported at least 1,600 similar sightings of bright objects in Aristarchus crater, at the eastern foot of the lunar Alps, in Mare Crisium, a series of dots and streaks were also seen of light. Likewise, there are long lines of light that were seen from the Eudoxus crater.
Possible electromagnetic ships?
These bright objects appear to be powered by some kind of electromagnetic energy. This energy would offer unlimited opportunities to build huge objects, as well as move and live in almost any environment.
These electromagnetic spacecraft emit a very pulsating glow under different conditions such as the density of the atmosphere, the humidity, the speed and the height of the spacecraft.
There can no longer be any doubt that many of these lights, especially the bright moving and glowing objects, are “electromagnetic spacecraft” that are remotely controlled.
It is not the first time that we have heard that there is an extraterrestrial civilization inhabiting the Moon since the different Apollo missions. From historical figures of space exploration, to former workers of space agencies.