The last mission of NASA’s Apollo program, which sent the first people to the Moon in 1972, was Apollo 17.
During the 12-day mission, the crew captured about 8,400 photographs of the lunar surface, which are now accessible on NASA’s website.
Years after the photographs were made public, UFO researchers discovered unusual objects in several of the photos that resemble spaceships but whose origins remain unknown.
Some individuals assume the strangeness is due to reflections or lens flares, however growing evidence swiftly disproves this theory.
No other astronauts have visited the Moon since 1972, making Apollo 17 the most recent human mission. Is it conceivable that this is just an accident?
The consistent number of days spent in space and on the Moon, as well as the fact that no subsequent human missions have been completed since then, have aroused many misgivings.
Is it possible that the Apollo 17 crew discovered an extraterrestrial lunar base? Were UFOs or alien vessels responsible for their discovery? If this is the case, did anybody try to block or limit human access to the moon’s surface?
Why did the Apollo 17 mission gather so many samples and snap so many photographs, only to never investigate its findings further?
Is our planet’s natural satellite so barren and insignificant that no more excursions are necessary?
While it is still impossible to establish that the astronauts were kidnapped by extraterrestrials, the appearance of UFOs throughout numerous phases of the Apollo 17 mission is a strong signal (at least to some of us) that NASA may be in favor of clandestine collaboration with aliens.