A UFO expert claimed that an archive photo from one of the missions in NASA’s Apollo program showed a massive alien base in a crater on the Moon. According to the expert, the photo showed alien structures as well as disk-shaped UFO.

The latest alien sighting was made by Scott Waring of ET Data Base. The photo that he used came from the Lunar and Planetary Institute’s website, which uses photos taken during NASA’s various missions.  

According to Waring, the particular photo that he came across was taken during Apollo 15, which was the fourth crewed mission to land on the Moon under the Apollo program. In the photo, which focused on the Moon’s Tsiolkovsky crater, Waring spotted several anomalies on the surface.

One of the objects he spotted was a metallic structure in the center of the crater. Surrounding the structure were other strange objects such as alien vessels. This led Waring to conclude that the photo showed an entire alien base on the moon.

The UFO expert speculated that the alleged alien base could be the main reason why NASA is adamant on returning to the Moon.

“There are so many alien structures and disks in this photo it’s just unbelievable,” Waring wrote in a blog post. “Now we know why NASA kept going back again and again…it was to gather alien intel on the cities on the Moon and make a possible alien tech retrieval mission.”

A UFO conspiracy theory involving an Apollo mission is nothing new for NASA. Back in 1969, UFO enthusiasts swarmed NASA with questions regarding extraterrestrials after Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin claimed to have spotted a strange flying object during the mission.

Unfortunately for conspiracy theorists, it was later clarified that Aldrin simply saw a discarded spacecraft panel that was floating in space.

“I just talked to Buzz Aldrin on the phone, and he notes that the quotations were taken out of context and did not convey the intended meaning,” David Morrison, the director of the NASA Lunar Science Institute said.

“After the Apollo 11 crew verified that the objects they were seeing was not the SIVB upper stage, which was about 6,000 miles away at that time, they concluded that they were probably seeing one of the panels from the separation of the spacecraft from the upper stage,”  he added.