Astronaut confirms seeing several UFOs on the Moon
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin said: “I saw this light moving and it wasn’t like one of the stars. We were smart enough not to say, “Houston, a light is following us!” “So technically it becomes an unidentified flying object.”
Buzz Aldrin, American engineer and former astronaut, Apollo 11 lunar module pilot and one of the first two humans to land on the Moon, has made some incredible claims about UFOs.
This is not a surprise, however, because in recent years many people – former astronauts, military officials, former NASA employees, etc. – made revelations about UFOs and extraterrestrial phenomena.
Neil Armstrong is also said to have said: “They are there, they are posted on the side of the crater, they are watching us! “. Besides Buzz Aldrin, Armstrong also talked about UFOs.
During an interview about the Apollo 11 mission, the former astronaut is said to have said that the occupants of the UFO had clearly expressed their displeasure with the arrival of humans on the surface of the Moon:
Armstrong: “It was amazing…of course we always knew there was a possibility…the point is, we were warned. There was never any question of a space station or a lunar city. »
Interestingly, Eugene Cernan, commander of Apollo 17, said in a 1973 Los Angeles Times article:
“…I was asked questions (about UFOs) and I said publicly that I thought it was someone else, another civilization. »
One of the best quotes to support these claims comes from Scott Carpenter, an American naval officer and aviator, test pilot, aeronautical engineer, and astronaut:
At no time when astronauts were in space were they alone; they were constantly watched by UFOs.
“On Apollo 11 en route to the moon, I watched through the window a light that seemed to move beside us. There were many explanations of what it could be, other than another spaceship from another country or another world, it could be the rocket we parted ways with, or the 4 panels that split off. were moving away when we removed the lander from the rocket…”
“So in the immediate vicinity, going away, there were four panels….. And I’m absolutely convinced that we were looking at the sun reflecting in one of these panels. Which ? I do not know. So technically, the definition could be “unidentified”.
As the Huffington Post notes, Aldrin said the “UFOs” were “very, very angry” with him upon his return and refused to confirm his suspicions that he had seen an alien.
“There may be extraterrestrials in the Milky Way, and there are billions of other galaxies. The probability that there is life somewhere in space is almost real. It was not so remarkable, so special, so unusual, that life here on earth evolved gradually and slowly to where we are today. »