Moon landing anniversary: UFOs photographed by Apollo

By | July 17, 2009

Moon landing anniversary - UFOs photographed during Apollo missions

This anomaly shot by Neil Armstrong’s crew has never been clearly identified

Moon landing anniversary - UFOs photographed during Apollo missions

Apollo 12, 1969 – Video footage taken on the second Apollo mission to land on the moon appeared to show a bright disc about 100 miles above the lunar surface

Moon landing anniversary - UFOs photographed during Apollo missions
Apollo 14, 1971 – Were these lights photographed from the Apollo 11 lander reflections from the Nasa craft or something that came to the moon from somewhere else?

Moon landing anniversary - UFOs photographed during Apollo missions
Apollo 15, 1971 – Film fault or flying saucer? A strange blue disc is captured over the surface of the moon

Moon landing anniversary - UFOs photographed during Apollo missions
Apollo 15, 1971 – A bright object is pictured over astronaut David Scott on the slope of Hadley Delta

Moon landing anniversary - UFOs photographed during Apollo missions
Apollo 16, 1972 – This object on the Apollo 16 approach to the moon has subsequently been dismissed as part of a probe on the moon lander by Nasa

Moon landing anniversary - UFOs photographed during Apollo missions
Apollo 16, 1972 – A bright disc-shaped object is seen over astronaut Charles Duke during a walk on the lunar surface

Moon landing anniversary - UFOs photographed during Apollo missions
Apollo 16, 1969 – What are these blue points of light (top and right in the picture) taken in this high quality shot of a moon walk?

via Moon landing anniversary: UFOs photographed by Apollo – Telegraph.

5 thoughts on “Moon landing anniversary: UFOs photographed by Apollo

  1. Sepp

    “What are these blue points of light…” and of course, what’s the flag doing being ruffled by the breeze, if the moon does not have an atmosphere?

  2. Cole

    The bottom one is fake. I’ve seen the normal version. It doesn’t have those. Plus, if the camera can’t see the stars because of the brightness of the moon’s surface, how could it see those?

  3. mike3

    A good deal of these look like lens flares: #2, possibly #4, #5, and #7. Especially #5 and #7 — you can even seen the halo from the Sun’s glare in the film, indicating this was a crop from a shot with the Sun in it.

  4. mike3

    #2 also shows a pentagonal lens artifact, and the light appears to be coming from the direction indicated by the pentagon artifact and “UFO”, suggesting that the Sun was in this shot too and it’s been cropped out.

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