Saturday, August 1, 2015

NASA Employee Leaves Secret Photos Of Base On Moon On Desk While Press Takes Photo 2012, UFO Sighting News.





PHOTO BELOW IS FROM NASA 2009 BOMBING OF THE MOON.
UPDATE on July 10, 2015: I found a similar structure in this moon photo from Apollo 11! The structure is at the bottom center of the photo, but must be enlarged 3X to view it better. The photo is here: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/apollo/images/print/AS11/42/6276.jpg The screenshot below shows you a close up of the building I'm talking about.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Date of discovery: March 2012 (although the photo if from 2009)
Location of sighting: Earth's Moon
NASA Photo!: http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/images/content/393894main_ACD09-0220-089_full.jpg

Update on Aug 2014: Anthony Colapret, the scientist for NASA with his arm on the photo still works for NASA today. Here is his bio at NASA. http://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/research/2007/colaprete.html

UPDATE: This building is located in the same crater that NASA sent a nuclear bomb to explode. This is in Cabeus crater! Click here to view 2009 bombing of moonAlso the names of the scientists in the photo are Anthony Colaprete and Karen Gundy-Burlet working at the Ames Research Center. 

Yes NASA did drop a small nuclear bomb on the moon in 2009, I personally watched it live on the internet with my students. Also the NASA Ames Research Center does get intel on such structures because one is being used by the USMC as an America base right now! Hacker Gary Mckinnon confirmed this when he got into USAF and NASA computers. THIS BUILDING IS NOW CURRENTLY INHABITED BY US MILITARY PERSONAL…THAT IS WHY THESE YOUNG RESEARCHERS (LEARNING) ARE LOOKING AT IT NOW. SCW

Person discovering it states: "Now that's a huge cat left out of NASA's bag. The smoking gun evidence that NASA knows about the presence of extraterrestrial bases on the Moon and ultimately bombed one these structures during the LRO/LCROSS mission in 2009, allegedly carried out to seek water in the crater Cabius."

 





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