• UFO expert Scott Waring claimed to have spotted an alien tower on the Moon
  • The photo of the alleged tower was taken by NASA's previous lunar mission
  • Waring believes the alleged tower was built by aliens at the center of a crater

A UFO expert claimed that NASA’s previous mission on the Moon captured a massive alien structure on the lunar surface. According to the expert, the alleged alien tower was built on a prominent crater on the Moon.

In his latest blog post, Scott Waring of ET Data Base referenced a photo featured on the website for the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC), a series of imaging systems mounted on NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Rover (LRO).

The LRO was a robotic spacecraft launched by NASA in 2009 to study the Moon from its orbit.

The photo that caught Waring’s attention was an image of the Aristarchus plateau, which, according to NASA, is one of the most geologically diverse regions on the Moon. It was created following a fairly recent impact caused by a large asteroid or comet.

According to the agency, the impact uncovered a cross-section of subsurface features that measure about 3,000 meters long. This includes the Aristarchus crater, which measures about 40 kilometers wide and 3.5 kilometers deep.

In the image captured by the LRO, a dark object can be seen at the center of the crater. According to Waring, this mysterious object could be a massive tower that was built by aliens on the Moon.

Based on the size of the object in relation to the crater, the UFO expert estimated that the alleged alien tower could be about 4 kilometers tall.

“Aristarchus crater is 40 kilometers in diameter, according to NASA,” Waring stated in a blog post. “The tower at the center stands about 1/10th or 10% of the crater’s diameter. That means although the crater floor is deeper than the surface of the Moon, this tower stands a whopping four kilometers tall.”

Waring claimed aliens may have used a combination of the Moon’s gravity and their technology to construct a massive structure on the lunar surface.

Although Waring cited LROC and its images as the sources for his latest blog post, NASA and the team behind the LRO mission have not released a statement acknowledging or confirming his claims about the alleged alien tower.

Aristarchus Crater
Sunrise lighting enhances surface texture on Aristarchus crater (40 km diameter). Northwest (upper left) of the crater is the mysterious Aristarchus plateau, to the east, southeast, and south lies the edge of the vast mare Oceanus Procellarum. Small white arrows indicate approximate corners of the NAC panorama, vertical line on right shows the LRO orbit ground track when this NAC panorama was acquired. LROC WAC mosaic. NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University