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Author`s name Alex Naumov

Recent studies show that the Moon could be inhabited

Beginning in the XV century many scholars have been observing inexplicable glowing on the surface of the Moon. This glowing is especially noticeable during the various eclipses.

At times the glow comes in the form of singular beams of light, but at other times entire craters full of shining can be seen from afar.

For the longest time the initial cause of this anomaly could not be established. However, there have been attempts to catch a glimpse of these lights on camera. The first photograph was produced only in 1988.

Yesterday, on August 31, 2006 , American scientists once again had the chance to witness the highly unusual phenomena. Now there are suggestions circulating that the planet may have extraterrestrial bases along its surface.

Ufolog.ru

Translated by Natalia Vysotskaya

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