UFO Spotted: Alien Hunters Found Evidence Of Extraterrestrial Spaceship

First Posted: Dec 16, 2016 03:00 AM EST

A disc-shaped UFO found moving across the Moon early this month convinced alien hunters that it was an evidence of extraterrestrial life.

Fox News reported that the flying object captured in the lunar feed of Miami Observatory in Florida on Dec. 3 left a mystery among space fans. While some argue that it was just a play of shadow and light, alien hunters believe that what they saw was a sight of an alien-made spaceship.

In a video uploaded on Dec. 6 by YouTube user UFOVNI UFO Sightings, the black circle-shaped object was found hovering the lunar surface. It crossed the frame for about 2 seconds and was replayed for a closer look.

"It's not a man-made object, because there are not solar panel wings on it to gather energy," said Scott C. Waring of UFO Sightings Daily. "There are no antennas on it for transmitting, also the surface is not completely round, but has a rough edge to it. Looks like a bio-mechanically grown UFO."

While others believe it was an alien sighting, other comments on the video range from people believing it to people saying it was just a shadow of a satellite to space debris up to a lost Frisbee. Some even just had to spoil the mystery, saying it was Donald Trump's wig.

A similar disc-shaped object was found in the International Space Station's (ISS) stream last month. While this prompted alien hunters to believe it was an ET sighting, the ISS cut the stream immediately, apologizing they were having technical issues.

Does this mean that NASA was hiding the existence of aliens? That is what some alien hunters believe.

Nevertheless, since the existence of alien life is yet to be 100 percent proven, ET fans may just have to deal with skeptics until a real alien appears to introduce himself.

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