A UFO expert claimed that a damaged alien structure in a crater on the dark side of the Moon was captured in a photo taken by NASA’s orbiter. According to the UFO expert, the alleged alien structures may have existed before human life on Earth began.

The claim regarding the existence of alien structures on the lunar surface was made by Scott Waring of the blog ET Data Base. According to Waring, he came across the image while browsing through the images taken by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), which was officially launched in 2009. It has been orbiting the Moon ever since its launch to take photos of its surface.

As indicated on the LRO website, the photo features the Giordano Bruno, which is a massive impact crater located on the dark side of the Moon. Reports indicated that this crater has a diameter of about 14 miles.

After zooming in on the photo, Waring claimed that he spotted several structures inside the crater. He noted that many of these have geometrical shapes and may have functioned as hangars for alien spaceships.

“The objects seem to be very reflective, but have dark black areas that have a lot of right angles and appear to be structures,” Waring wrote in a blog post. “Some of the objects were white reflective roofs or buildings that had openings that allow ships to come and go.”

Based on the appearance of the structures and the vessels inside them, Waring speculated that the objects may have been damaged during a sudden unfortunate incident within the crater, such as an attack by an opposing faction or an asteroid impact. He also assumed that the structures may have been built millions of years ago due to their appearance.

“Some of the ships in those structures are hanging halfway out, which makes me think some tragic event happened that stopped them from exiting fully,” Waring stated. “Everything is old, broken and abandoned. The structures all look millions of years old, not thousands, not hundreds. These were around far before human life on earth began.”

moon with two dark sides
Although it is no longer uncharted land, the origin of the dark territory of Cassini Regio on Iapetus remains a mystery. The view looks down onto the northern hemisphere of Iapetus and shows terrain on the moon leading hemisphere NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute