Astronomer Finds Moon towers or edge of crater, Jan 2015, UFO Sighting News.

Date of sighting: January 2015
Location of sighting: Earths moon

An astronomer was looking at the moon and was fortunate enough to catch these two towers on the edge of a crater. There are a lot of alien artifacts on the moon. That much I promise, but many are difficult to see, but can be seen if you have an infrared camera looking through a scope. This guy doesn't, but still caught some megaliths. If you have an ir camera, please check out the moon sometime. You will be blown away. SCW

Eyewitness states:
1/7/15 Sylmar, CA 2 days after full moon. Captured footage with 12" Meade LX (no motor). Celestron zoom. Captured with Alpha 6000 at 60fps. Comes with a few fun moon facts. This looks like a huge megalith outside a football stadium. Just having fun looking at the moon.


  1. They do look quite eye catching in this video, but in fact these "towers" are an illusion, created by some well mapped features; at other times of the month when the lighting conditions are different, their origins are more clear.

    The crater between the two tower-like features is called Cleomedes. The large smooth area over which the white arrow is superimposed at 0:19 is Mare Crisium. Between Cleomedes and Mare Crisium is some very irregular terrain, within which can be found a long and quite straight "wall". The following page shows a nice image of this area - the orientation is different (Crisium on the right of Cleomedes) and the lighting conditions are also different, but it's clearly the same area. In this image the Sun is in a different direction so we see the shadow of the wall; in the video you posted, the wall is catching the light, and we see the linear feature which can look like a tower.


    On the opposite side of the Cleomedes crater are some other, smaller craters whose walls almost overlap Cleomedes. These also catch the light to produce the other tower-like feature. you see. In the posted video, you can see glimpses of this when the seeing is steady - for example, at 0:46, the right-side tower is seen to be the edge of a crater off the right side of Cleomedes. These some nice stacked imagery of this same area (slightly different image orientation) at the following link, and this makes the crater origin very clear:


    Seen at other times of the month these features look very different - part of the fascination of watching the moon throughout the month!


  2. What will I be able to see exactly by using an ir with a telescope? We've got a telescope but not an ir....

    Thanks so much, love your site! :)


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