Alien Ship Found On Moon In Lovelace Crater, Google Moon Map, May 11, 2016, Video, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: May 11, 2016
Location of discovery: Lovelace crater, Earths moon
Google moon coordinates:  82° 3'33.88"N  111°18'19.93"W

This UFO in Lovelace crater was found by a Emerson Caruana of Youtube. He looks like a kid in elementary school, but his curiosity about the unknown has led him to find a UFO parked on Mars. 

The young man made a video the best he know how, recording his discovery with his cell phone. I have to admire him for doing this. Lots of kids are too busy playing games, but not him. He is in search for alien life. Thats unique. 

Scott C. Waring


  1. Nice pic ! I have a question about the moon that I know the answer to but would like the input of the crewmates here..Why are most of the moon craters flat bottomed..what is so hard that it stops a meteor from forming a DEEP crater ??

    1. That's a great question. I found this article that makes sense to me. Kinetic energy. I suspect those craters are far deeper than they look as well.


  2. Hey Scott. Tried posting this but failed. https://cosmosmagazine.com/space/nasa-releases-most-detailed-close-pluto-yet
    On this massive picture in the desert region more toward the bottom there are what look like trails and i thought maybe they were being created by something. Then i saw it. There seems to be a Dragon/fish- like entity in the center of one of the trails. It's dark black please tell me if you see it and what you think. Thanks!

  3. Normally I would say Lava filling them, but after hearing that the moon rings like a bell when impacted, who knows whats underneath (or inside)

  4. http://target.lroc.asu.edu/q3/#

    with coordonates. Where is the ufo?

  5. Very convincing, particularly the high quality video. What could all those skeptics be thinking with such convincing images?

  6. The answer is simple but only leads to another question,What the hell is the Moon and why does it have life ? If only we had the colour photos !

  7. Compare with Mars moon. http://www.calpoly.edu/~rechols/astro101/astro101pics/Lab4pics/marsmoon.jpg


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