Over the years, scientists have noticed that the Earth’s Moon possesses some peculiar traits.
The Moon is the Solar System’s fifth largest natural satellite. It’s thought to have been formed by a massive collision between the early Earth and a Mars-sized planet.
After further investigation, it was discovered that the Moon is in the incorrect orbit for its size, based on its present presumed density. The core areas of the Moon are less dense than the outer regions, according to astronomical data, leading to the inevitable conclusion that it is hollow.
Some of these ideas are based on the fact that the Moon rings like a bell when meteors strike it. When the Apollo crew released the lunar module after returning to the orbiter on November 20, 1969, the impact with the Moon caused their seismic equipment to report a continuous echo like a bell for more than an hour.
Michael Vasin and Alexander Shcherbakov, members of the Soviet Academy of Sciences at the time, suggested the Spaceship Moon Theory in July 1970.
According to the pseudoscientific notion, the Earth’s moon could be an a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ spacecraft. The Moon, according to Vasin and Shcherbakov, is a hollowed-out planetoid made by unknown beings with technology far superior to our own.
Massive devices would have melted rock and created enormous voids within the Moon. The Moon would thus be made up of a hull-like inner shell and a metallic rocky slag outer shell.
After that, the “Spaceship Moon” was put into orbit around the Earth. The increased sightings and photos of U̳F̳O̳s taken by NASA on their moon missions are cited by proponents of this idea.
The moon’s surface is covered in tens of thousands of craters of varied sizes, but they all have the same depth. This suggests to scientists that the surface may be protected from damage by a metallic barrier beneath it.
Asteroids and meteors have been discovered to not only form shallow craters on the Moon’s surface but also to produce a convex floor to the crater, rather than the expected concave, confirming the hypothesis of a solid shell.
The moon is far older than previously thought, possibly even older than the Earth and Sun. The Earth’s oldest age is estimated to be 4.6 billion years, while Moon rocks have been dated to be 5.3 billion years old.
The chemical makeup of the dust on which the rest of the rock differs dramatically from that of the rocks themselves. This suggests that the lunar surface was transferred from another location and deposited on the Moon.
Although some of the Moon’s craters are believed to have formed internally, there is no evidence that the Moon has ever been hot enough to cause volcanic eruptions. Each year, hundreds of moonquakes are observed that aren’t caused by meteor strikes. Some of the quakes appear to be on a regular pattern.
The moon’s crust is significantly tougher than previously thought. It appeared that metal shavings were visible when NASA was videotaped drilling down a few inches into the Moon’s surface.
The only natural satellite in the Solar System with a steady, nearly-perfect circular orbit is Earth’s moon. How can one explain the fact that the moon is just the proper distance from the sun and has precisely the right diameter to totally cover it during an eclipse?
Professional astronomers have gradually been discouraged from looking into a lunar phenomenon that has been recorded for 1,000 years. Transient Lunar Phenomena are short-lived brightness, color, or other changes in the appearance of the lunar surface.
A unique combination of metals is also known to exist on the moon. It contains traces of metals that are not naturally occurring, such as brass, according to Ancient Code. The amount of titanium discovered on the moon is likewise ten times greater than that found on Earth. This ratio is described as “mind-blowing” by scientists.
The mysteries of the moon and the universe are yet unsolved, and what is beyond our planet’s atmosphere may never be found in our lifetime.
With each new thinking, technological innovation, and scientific discovery, the facts, and hypotheses that define the cosmos become more changeable. It’s only a matter of waiting to see what happens next.