50 years have passed since humans walked on the moon for the very first time. But, according to more theories someone might have been there ahead of us.
The past week marked the celebration of half a century since we first set foot on the moon.
Mirror.co.uk writes that Neil Armstrong won the space when he stepped out onto the lunar surface and declared “that’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”.
As you already know, he was together with his fellow astronaut, Buzz Aldrin and they spent several hours walking on the surface of the moon.
Michael Collins was also a part of the mission and he remained in the command module while it was still in orbit. The Apollo 11 mission had taken off from the Kenndy Space XCenter in Florida back on July 16, 1969.
Eight days were required for the crew to be able to reach its destination.
There have been tons of images and clips of this historic moment which have been beamed around the glove and these helped mankind to get a glimpse at the lunar scenery.
Since this important moment in history, there have been lots of conspiracy theories floating around and claiming all kinds of things regaring the dark side of the moon, the one w2hich is not visible to us.
An ancient alien city lies on the dark side of the moon
This is the most interesting theory, claiming that there’s an alien city on the side of the moon which is not visible to us.
The online publication mentioned above also notes that there are some NASA images which have been fueling this theory.
“Some of the pictures show square-shaped rocks and alien-hunters have claimed these could be buildings,” Mirror.co.uk writes.
They continue, saying that “the structures look to have been abandoned millions of years ago, which has lead them to believe a “tragic incident” is the reason aliens no longer live on the moon.”
Scott C Waring wrote about his wild theory on the ET Database: “Some of the ships in those structures are hanging halfway out which makes me think some tragic event happened that stopped them from exiting fully.”
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