BIZARRE UFOs have been filmed crossing the lunar surface through a high-zoom telescope.
YouTuber Crrow777 has spent years trailing a high-definition camera through a telescope on the moon, and captured an array of objects passing the lunar surface.
They include a “boomerang” object, he says is made up of three interconnected discs, regular discs, and a strange unevenly-shaped object.
Crrow777, who narrates his own videos, claims after years of filming the moon through a telexcopic lens, he knows the UFOs are not satellites, or insects or birds that were flying much closer to Earth and created an optical illusion as to their size.
In a promotional blurb for the video, he said: “This is a compilation of unknown objects (UFO’s) transiting the moon.
“These objects were shot over the past couple years and represent a small portion of my captures. The also show some of the similarities I have documented.”
However, he is a major conspiracy theorist who believes the moon does not exist, and is actually a hologram, and claims the International Space Station (ISS) is a hoax.
These odd-shaped UFOs were captured by Crrow777.
Crrow777 insists he does not use misleading footage.
“I pledge that I will never run deceptive or misleading clips on this channel.” – Crrow777
Many conspiracy theorists believe the US Government has developed secret craft that can go into space that the public is not told about.
Many conspiracy theorists claim the moon is actually occupied by aliens, and this is why NASA has never returned.
One of the most far-fetched theories, whose supporters include former BBC Grandstand presenter David Icke, is that the moon is a hollow alien space station.
Objects filmed in front of the moon can appear much closer to it than they actually are.
Scott Brando, of debunking website ufoofinterest.org, said the objects featured in Crrow777’s videos had been shown to be satellites, birds, insects and standard aircraft.
he added that the “boomerang” and other oddly-shaped UFO in the video looked like helium balloons.
Crrow777 states on his website: “I pledge that I will never run deceptive or misleading clips on this channel.”