A UFO expert claimed to have spotted a small cluster of alien buildings as well as a fleet of vessels in one of NASA photos of the Moon. According to the expert, the strange objects were docked in the Moon’s Dionysius crater.

Scott Waring of ET Data Base came across the photos of the Moon while browsing through the website for NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC). One of the posts on the website focused on the Dionysius crater.

While checking out the images, Waring spotted various strange objects scattered across the lunar surface. He claimed that some of these objects were structures or buildings used by extraterrestrials while the others were alien ships that landed on the ground.

According to Waring, the buildings and the ships all have the same silver metallic appearance, which suggests that they may have been made and used by the same alien race.

Waring said that the objects appear to be very old but since they are in space, many of their features are probably still intact.

For the UFO expert, the private aerospace industry could take advantage of the alien structures on the Moon by studying how their technology works. These companies, such as Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origins, could take over these structures and convert them into an operational lunar station.

“I imagine that one of these structures would easily be taken over by a group of humans traveling to the Moon and would make a great starting point for someone like Jeff Bezos space exploration program Blue Origins,” Waring wrote.

“The structures are right there, ripe for the taking, and waiting for new occupants and with the alien tech inside they should have power for hundreds of years,” he added.

The Dionysius crater isn’t the only location where Waring spotted strange objects. Previously, he claimed to have spotted an entire alien base on the Moon’s Tsiolkovskiy crater as well as a hovering alien ship on Plaskett crater.

Waring assumed that these structures on the Moon were mining facilities that the alien beings used in order to extract precious resources from the lunar surface.

Dionysius crater
Context image of Dionysius crater. NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University