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There has been proof that NASA has pictures of structures on the dark side of the lunar surface.

Former military intelligence officials have claimed that there is more on the dark side of the moon than NASA is letting on.  

One technician named Karl Wolfe at the Air Force Tactical Air Command Headquarters said that he and his colleagues viewed artificial structures on the dark side of the moon, including radar antennas and structures made by intelligent beings.

There are  a few bizarre accounts of the crew of the Apollo 11 having potentially experienced UFOs.

One of these instances occurred on the last day of approach to the moon, which Edwin “Buzz”  Aldrin, Neil Armstrong, and Michael Collins have recounted. The two astronauts spotted what they, at first, assumed to be a stage of the Saturn V Rocket, called S-IVB. When the crew called Mission Control in Houston to ask if that was the case, Houston told them that the S-IVB had been detached a while ago and was 6,000 miles away.

Although Neil Armstrong said it was just  far enough away that he couldn’t make out the objects shape, the other astronauts said  it was shaped like a cylinder or an L-shaped, open book.

 

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