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Ancient Aliens on History: Is the Moon a space station?

Giordano Bruno crater on the Moon
Did ancient aliens constuct our moon including the Giordano Bruno crater? Pic credit: NASA/Goddard

This episode of Ancient Aliens on History looks at whether our nearest celestial neighbour, the Moon, is actually a space station.

It might have been a giant leap for mankind when the Apollo 11 mission landed on the Moon, but why have we not gone back? Following Apollo 17 in 1972, man has never again set foot on the Moon.

Some “Ancient astronauts” theorists postulate that there is a good reason we have not returned, and it is not about money.

Instead, they suggest that NASA has been keeping quiet about what they found on the Moon.

Some photographic evidence points to possible extraterrestrial buildings and perhaps hints at what lies below the cratered crust.

Commander Eugene A. Cernan holds the American flag during the Apollo 17 mission, the last time man set foot on the Moon
Commander Cernan during Apollo 17, the last time man set foot on the Moon. Image: NASA

Others go even further and believe the entire Moon is artificial…a Death Star type object placed in our backyard millenia ago by aliens.

One says that after NASA crashed an object into the surface “the Moon began to ring like a bell”, showing it could be hollow. Another follows on saying “a natural satellite cannot be a hollow object. That would suggest it’s artificial.”

Charles Conrad Jr. during the Apollo 12 mission in 1969, did they find something below the surface?
Charles Conrad Jr. during the Apollo 12 mission in 1969. Did they find something? Image: NASA

If you want to have a look yourself then check out these images of the Apollo sites from NASA.

Ancient Aliens: Space Station Moon aired, July 29, at 9/8c on History and the full episode is now available on their site.

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