Over the years, Earth’s Moon has been scientifically observed to have some strange features.
The moon is the fifth largest natural satellite in the solar system. It is believed to have been caused by a massive impact between the young Earth and a celestial body the size of Mars.

Upon inspection, the Moon is clearly in the wrong orbit based on currently assumed density. Astronomical data suggests that the inner region of the moon is less dense than the outer region, leading to the inevitable speculation that it may be hollow.

Some of these claims stem from the fact that when a meteor hits the moon, it rings like a bell. More specifically, when the Apollo astronauts launched the lunar module on November 20, 1969, after returning to the orbiter, the lunar module’s impact with the moon caused their seismic equipment to record a continuous bell-like echo for more than a hour.

In July 1970, members of the then Soviet Academy of Sciences, Michael Vasin and Alexander Shcherbakov, proposed the Lunar Spacecraft Theory.

Pseudoscientific theories claim that Earth’s moon may actually be an alien spacecraft. Vassin and Shcherbakov’s argument is that the moon is a hollow asteroid created by unknown creatures with technology far beyond anything on Earth.

Huge machines will be used to melt rocks and create large cavities inside the moon. Thus, the moon would consist of an inner hull-shaped shell and an outer shell made of metallic slag.

The “lunar spacecraft” was then sent into orbit around the Earth. Proponents of this theory point to an increase in reports and images of UFOs captured by NASA during lunar missions.

There are tens of thousands of craters of various sizes on the lunar surface; however, all craters are the same depth. This suggests to scientists that there may be some kind of metallic barrier below the surface that protects it from damage.

Asteroids and meteors have been found not only to create shallow craters on the Moon’s surface, but to produce a convex crater floor rather than concave as expected, supporting the idea of ​​a rigid shell.

The Moon is much older than expected, possibly even older than Earth or the Sun. The oldest estimated age of Earth is 4.6 billion years, while moon rocks date to 5.3 billion years.

The chemical composition of the dust deposited by the rock is markedly different from the rock itself. This suggests that the lunar surface may have been moved from somewhere else and placed on the moon.

Some of the Moon’s craters originate in the interior, but there is no indication that the Moon is hot enough to produce volcanic eruptions. The hundreds of moonquakes recorded each year cannot be attributed to meteorite impacts. Some earthquakes seem to follow a specific schedule.

The Moon’s crust is much harder than initially assumed. When NASA photographed drilling a few inches into the lunar surface, it looked like shavings of metal could be seen.

Earth’s satellites are the only natural satellites in the solar system with nearly perfect geostationary circular orbits. How do you explain that the moon is at the correct distance and diameter to completely cover the sun during an eclipse?

Professional astronomers are increasingly reluctant to study a phenomenon that has been reported on the moon for 1,000 years. It is the appearance of light, color or other transient changes on the lunar surface known as transient lunar phenomena.

The Moon is also known to contain a unique combination of metals. According to the old code, it includes traces of unnatural metals such as brass. The amount of titanium found on the moon is also 10 times greater than that found on Earth. Scientists call the ratio “unbelievable.”

The mysteries of the moon and the universe are far from solved, and the possibility of things beyond Earth’s atmosphere will not be discovered in our lifetime.

The facts and theories that define the universe are malleable with each new idea, technological advance, and scientific discovery. It’s just the next question.

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